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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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Things to Do for the Non-SCUBA Divers in Cozumel

Kick back and relax. There is plenty to do in Cozumel.      Imagine this. You have planned a wonderful SCUBA excursion for the day in Cozumel, Mexico. You have planned to dive for a couple of days in the afternoon. Your significant other, friend or family member has decided to accompany you on the…
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SCUBA Diving in the Raleigh, NC Area

View of Lake Johnson, a popular city park in Raleigh, NC With its large wild outdoors, urban industrial architecture, and rich history North Carolina is an attractive temperate state on the East Coast that offers almost anything to the adventurer. It is the perfect place to explore different periods of American history, scientific discoveries, modern…
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Do I Need to be Scared of Sharks while Diving?

Face to face with a Great White.  From the depths of the ocean, the worst feared creature is the shark. Whenever we think of sharks the first image that plagues our minds is Jaws or Great Whites. Shark experts have said there is no need to fear the shark since we are not its natural…
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Can You SCUBA Dive in the Red Sea?

Red Sea coastline in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, Sinai Many people question the safety of Egypt’s Red Sea. It holds some of the hottest salt springs in the world. Also, the color changes from the cyanobacteria from blue-green to copper-red. Cyanobacteria is toxic to humans. However, these things should not intimidate people from ever SCUBA…
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