Informational Guides

If you’re new to scuba diving, you’re about to be introduced to a range of different terms and phrases that you might not have heard before.The word “thermocline” is probably one of them, but don’t worry if you have no idea what this means - we’re about to explain it

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For any person who avidly takes part in any activities which include open water, a wetsuit is an essential piece of equipment. They make an experience which would, in normal circumstances, be cold and uncomfortable, an enjoyable experience. They allow us to take part in watersports all year round and

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A wetsuit is a really important part of the kit of any water sports enthusiast or diver. There is a lot of debate over whether a front zip wetsuit is better than a back zip.Truth is, both have their benefits and your favorite is likely to depend on your needs.

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The Red Sea is a body of water that can be located between Africa and Asia and is an indentation off of the Indian Ocean. The Red Sea can reach incredible depths but it also has plenty of shelves which is where all of the amazing sights can be found.

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Ever had that debate about whether Fahrenheit or Celsius is the superior measurement of temperature? No? Well, either way, both are used commonly, and each is favored for different reasons. A similar conversation is happening with divers. For scuba enthusiasts, knowing the difference between Bar and PSI, both of which

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The bends might sound like a dance move or a  cool hangout. The reality is much less fun, I promise you. The bends is a common term used to refer to decompression sickness. It’s a condition that primarily affects deep sea divers but it can also happen at high altitudes to

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The ocean is filled with all manner of weird and wonderful creatures. Often it is the enormous monsters that capture the minds and imaginations of filmmakers and writers. And for good reason! Whales, sharks, and giant squid are awe inspiring creatures. However, the ocean is also home to tiny animals. Some

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Snorkeling is one of the most popular swimming activities to partake in across the globe. Snorkeling is most effective in beautiful, tropical countries with ocean waters filled with sea creatures and fish.  Many people enjoy snorkeling as you can get up close and personal with sea turtles, fish, dolphins, sharks

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At some point in our lives, we’ve probably all bought one of those cheap snorkel sets from a beachside shop. They usually consist of an eye mask and a breathing tube.  With your trusty snorkel, you’ll no doubt have spent the day laying face down in the sea marveling at

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There are 2 main types of diver down flag in use currently. These are incredibly important flags and it is vital for you to recognise both if you plan on sailing.  Diver down flags are also known as scuba flags. They appear on the surface of the water to alert

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The term scuba octopus simply refers to two regulators, a dive gauge, and an inflator hose being set up together and working alongside each other. The function of a scuba octopus is to help you breathe easily underwater - so we’d say that it’s pretty important!  A diving octopus helps

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Scuba diving gear is always being added to the market and you need to keep up to date with all of the new inventions and updates. With every passing year, we get better features that make our diving experiences more pleasant and safer.  However, the diving community does not always

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If you enjoy diving, you may have considered cave diving. If you have seen videos or documentaries on this, you will have seen how interesting and beautiful cave diving can be.  However, cave diving is not something anyone can just do and it does come with a lot of safety

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Offering us humans the chance to hang out with fish, turtles, even whales and sharks in their natural habitat, the snorkel is a small but mighty piece of equipment with several different iterations for various purposes. Unlike scuba diving, snorkeling has no need for tanks, breathing regulators or other heavy

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Today we’re looking at the answer to a question that has puzzled a lot of people for many years: ‘what is the difference between a wetsuit and a drysuit?’ The terms are often used interchangeably, with drysuits often being mislabeled as wetsuits, but as any avid watersports fan will know,

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