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What is a Safe CO2 Level in Our SCUBA Tank Breathing Air?

scuba compressed air tank on boat. Ready for diving. When discussing SCUBA tank breathing air, people typically focus on oxygen levels for their tanks. The amount of carbon dioxide in your SCUBA tank is something divers should consider as well. Depending on the depth or location of the dive your oxygen and carbon dioxide levels…
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How to Clean your SCUBA Gear

Proper Maintenance extends the life of SCUBA gear. If you SCUBA dive often, you know servicing your gear should occur after about 100 dives for equipment longevity. You should also clean their gear after each dive. Find out the best way to clean your SCUBA gear.       Wetsuit, Drysuit, Booties, and Gloves Care Wetsuits, dry suits,…
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How To Stay Warm During a Cold-Water Dive

      Divers who are intrigued by the "Polar plunge" or ice dives are willing to push the limits of their bodies to experience the beauty of underwater diving. Beautiful icebergs and macro life make for unique diving experiences. If you anticipate a cold icy dive, take these steps to ensure you don't develop hypothermia,…
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6 Beautiful Locations to SCUBA Dive through the Ice

Have you ever fantasized about diving below the surface of the Arctic Ocean or swimming amongst the icebergs? The open ocean seems vast, mysterious, and dangerous. Diving in Polar regions seems impossible, and the dark waters seem lifeless once macro life has passed through. However, macro life is not the only form that passes through…
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Do you need a SCUBA certification to Freedive ?

Sperm whale and Freediver Freediving immerses you into the underwater world without a tank or scuba gear. Freedivers, such as Marina Kazankova, known for breath-holding, Guillaume Néry from the short film One Breath Around the World, and Herbert Nitsch with the deepest dive depth, are well known by National Geographic and aquatic sports audiences around the…
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