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  1. recreational solo diving, Pros and Cons.

    As a recreational diver, sometimes i find myself in places where there are good dive locations, but they are somewhat remote, and few if any people are willing to or even know how to dive. Thus I'm left to look to diving solo. I know this is the subject of much debate, so I want to get opinions from as many divers as possible, and to share this information with other divers who may happen to find themselves in similar situations
    Tags: safety, solo Add / Edit Tags
  2. Always, always double double check!

    Today I went for an evening dive at a local rec center. Hastily organized my gear and headed out, eager to get in the water. After arriving, changing, and getting on deck to kit up, I realized i left my Aeris Atmos AI on my dresser! I decided it was not worth the trouble descending not knowing how much air i had left to breathe and aborted the dive. All that excitement drowned out as walked back to change. Thankfully the staff were nice enough to reimburse me for my own shortcoming. Always make ...
    Tags: gear, preparation Add / Edit Tags