I live in the Midwest. After the first snowstorm in December, I decided to book a trip south for some sun and fun. My neighbor had just returned from a scuba diving trip to Roatan, Honduras and showed me the photos one afternoon after we both had shoveled our driveways for the second time that [...]
The information provided here is based on questions from non-divers wishing to take the plunge. Do I need to know how to swim? Short answer = no. Long answer = you do not need to be a swimmer to dive. You should feel comfortable being in water. You will have the equivalent of a life jacket (called [...]
Scuba Diving Made Simple If you don’t know how to scuba dive, are uncertain of scuba diving, have a short time for vacation, or just want to check out what it is like to dive, you should take a Try Dive, Discover Scuba, or Resort course (same concept, different names). This is a great way to get the experience [...]
There are several ways to adjust your diving buoyancy once underwater. Many novice divers confuse buoyancy with adding more weight. The lungs are the most important part of controlling diving buoyancy.