Dry Suit Diving – Getting Started Diving in a dry suit can be a little intimidating (and expensive), but it is an incredibly rewarding experience…View More Should You Consider Dry Suit Diving?
Dive planning I recently came across John Chatterton’s blog. You might know him as the host of Deep Sea Detectives. For the last several weeks,…View More The Importance of Dive Planning
Scuba diving specialty certifications every mountain diver should have. As much as we all love to get into the deep blue, warm water of the…View More PADI Altitude, Drysuit and Enriched Air Specialties
Any time of year, Lake Tahoe is a great place to dive. We brave the cold water to experience Lake Tahoe’s amazing visibility, and fabulous…View More PADI Deep Adventure Dive, Lake Tahoe
Last week, after literally thousands of dives in drysuits, I decided to buy myself a little something for my birthday; dry gloves. Specifically, I bought…View More DUI Dry Gloves, Zip Glove Review
SCUBA diving in Lake Tahoe is very popular. The water is clear and generally calm, although it’s a very big lake and can be pretty…View More PADI Altitude Specialty Course, Lake Tahoe
For many, Fall means hanging up the swim fins until warmer months next Spring. Sure, you can always take a vacation, but even that leaves…View More Cold Water Diving Tips
I just finished with a PADI Altitude Specialty Course in Lake Tahoe earlier today. It was a spectacular day at the lake. The water…View More PADI Altitude Specialty Certification, Lake Tahoe
The subject comes up in every class we teach, at dive sites and on boats. That is, which regulator to tank fitting should I choose?…View More SCUBA Regulators: DIN vs. Yoke?
Now that Summer’s finally here, I’ve been doing a lot of teaching, which I love. Even better, I am generally able to adjust my schedule…View More Altitude Specialty Diver Course: Lake Tahoe
Of all the issues I encounter as a dive instructor, one stands out above them all. It is widely known that perfecting buoyancy control adds…View More SCUBA Diving Top 10: How to Achieve Neutral Buoyancy
Summer is finally here and if you’ve ever considered learning to SCUBA dive, now is the time to do it. If you live in or…View More Learn to Dive in Reno
When I originally created the JoeScuba blog, I had several informal goals. First, managing a blog is a fun way to stay connected between dive…View More Join JoeScuba
In an earlier post, I mentioned that most, if not all, dive boat operators would support and encourage any diver wishing to perform an adequate…View More Resort Operator’s Opinion on Buoyancy Control
If there’s one thing divers know that our land-locked friends and neighbors don’t, it’s that the world looks a whole lot different after you’ve experienced…View More Try SCUBA Diving with a PADI Discover SCUBA Diving Experience
Photo source: http://www.diversinc.com Of all the skills a diver learns, achieving neutral buoyancy stands out in terms of safety and enjoyment of the sport, and…View More SCUBA Diving Neutral Buoyancy – It’s a Zen Thing
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I read something recently that fits in well with everything I’ve been doing and thinking lately regarding SCUBA diving. I don’t remember where I saw…View More When it Comes to Air, Sport Divers Should Think Like Tech Divers
SCUBA diving is unlike a most other activities in terms of accessibility. By that, I mean that it really isn’t that hard to jump in…View More SCUBA Diving Fitness
It has been said that the most dangerous thing in the water is… the water. I thoroughly believe that. As I mentioned, I’ve been increasingly…View More Out of Air Emergencies
Lately I’ve been obsessing over decompression theory, safety and diving accident data. When everything goes right, diving is a pretty easy activity to take part…View More SCUBA Diving Safety
By it’s very nature, SCUBA diving imposes a lot of limits on those of us who choose to explore underwater. From the ascent rate to…View More Why is recreational diving limited to 130 feet?
For years I was considered somewhat of a rogue in the recreational diving community. Having made decompression dives beyond 200 feet many times, I believed…View More Deep Diving on SCUBA
Chamber Day 2011 Catalina Chamber Day is Wednesday, May 4. All proceeds support the Catalina Hyperbaric Chamber. ivermectin dosage for humans in hindi Cost is…View More Support the USC Catalina Hyperbaric Chamber