PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider course helps individuals recognize a diving illness and treat with emergency oxygen until help arrives.
Safety stops are an important part of scuba diving as they slow down a divers ascent to the surface, allowing bodies time to off-gas.
Whether you’re scuba diving in cold or warm water, in the sunny tropics, or the icy Arctic, being chilly on a dive is never fun.
Becoming a PADI Rescue Diver is a great way to further your knowledge and give yourself the tools to stay safe on a dive.
Everybody loves the idea of scuba diving, but the aspect of post dive cleanup is a much different story. It’s long, it’s tedious and it almost impossible to do it without getting wet - yet again.
As a diver, sometimes you get hit with seasickness. Here are our solutions to dealing with seasickness before and during your dive.