How To Pick Your Type of Snorkeling Fins

The main Purpose of snorkeling fins is to increase our speed, efficiency and maneuverability while kicking our legs. Although snorkeling unaided is possible, it’s definitely harder and more tiring. Using snorkeling fins will free our hands, which tend to tire faster, allowing us to use them for other activities like snapping underwater photos.

Henderson Thermoprene Pro Wetsuit Review — Scuba.com

Scuba.com is proud to present the NEW version of the Henderson Thermoprene Pro Wetsuit. It comes in 3mm, 5mm, and 7mm and has increased stretch ability, making it even easier to get on and move aroun

Challenges Will Reward Your Longterm Scuba Diving Goals

Challenges Will Reward Your Longterm Scuba Diving Goals by Matthew Mandziuk  In life nothing good comes easy without a fight or working to earn it, unless you win the lottery.  The same can be tru

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Diving Dry with Doubles

Diving Dry with Doubles by Matthew Mandziuk Have you ever noticed that the most active divers on the dive site are the one’s who are Diving  Drysuit with Doubles?  Quite often its the same 10-12

Sherwood Brut Pro Regulator Review — Scuba.com

Scuba.com is proud to present the brand new version of the Sherwood Brut Regulator. Environmentally sealed, and with a dry-sealed first stage, the Brut will last longer with less maintenance than oth

Henderson Thermoprene Dive Boot Review — Scuba.com

Scuba.com is proud to present the latest version of the Henderson Thermoprene Dive Boot. The difference between this boot and others is its puncture-resistant sole, making it one of the most durable

Anouncing the Tovatec Mera: Hybrid Dive Camera and Light

Scuba.com presents the new and one-of-a-kind Mera by Tovatec. It houses a Camera, Video Light, and 1000 Lumen Dive Light for a triple-threat on your next dive!You can find more information on the Tov

Henderson 8/7mm Thermoprene Pro Semi-Dry Wetsuit

Scuba.com is proud to present the NEW version of the Henderson 8/7mm Men’s Thermoprene Pro Semi-Dry Wetsuit. This attached hood wetsuit features a purge valve vent on the hood to let out air and no

7mm Super Stretch Wetsuit - From $199

Mens and women's Ocean Quest 7mm Super Stretch Wetsuits. So easy to don and doff. Yes we have your size; XSmall through 3XLargeMens wetsuit - http://scuba.com/go/1410Women's wetsuit - http://scuba.co

Sherwood SR2 Regulator Review — Scuba.com

Scuba.com presents the Sherwood SR2 Regulator, a high performance and compact regulator that is easy to use and long-lasting. You can find more information on the Sherwood SR2 Regulator and order you

Sherwood Oasis Scuba Regulator Review — Scuba.com

Scuba.com presents the Sherwood Oasis Regulator, the end of dry mouth diving. This latest innovation in regulators is a must addition to your scuba gear.You can find more information on the Sherwood

Snorkeling Fins Tips, Reviews and Comparison

Learn how to find good snorkeling fins and how to maintain them. Use our snorkeling fins comparison to make an educated decision when buying.

Nautilus Belle Amie Dive Trip - Socorro Island, Mexico

Scuba.com what an amazing time on the Nautilus liveaboard Belle Amie. It’s a first-rate operation and we had the good fortune of diving with dozens of giant manta rays, hammerhead sharks and even a

Sherwood Sage Computer Review — Scuba.com

Scuba.com presents the Sherwood Sage Computer. Full of features and easy to use, the Sage is a great value that is user-friendly with an ultra bright, high-contrast color screen that is very easy to

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Spring Is In The Dive Air – Spring 2018 DDS Newsletter

Spring Is In The Dive Air – Spring 2018 DDS Newsletter Our latest DDS newsletter is online now have a peak at all the upcoming trips, charters, new gear and some great promotions. 2018 promises to

Wednesday Night and Local Diving Schedule for 2017

Wednesday Night and Local Diving Schedule for 2017 The Wednesday Night and Local Diving Schedule for 2017 is well underway.  Get involved and get diving some of the best dive sites in the area this

Winter Travel Tips

Winter Travel Tips Repost from The Businesss Link Niagara Planning a little underwater getaway this winter? Dan’s Dive Shop can help you enjoy the water to its fullest. By Matt Mandziuk A popular

Canada Day Cleanup 2016 Another Great Day For The Environment

Canada Day Cleanup 2016 & September 18th Cleanup There was a light drizzle and dark skies flew overhead of the dive site, DDS divers had a happy Canada Day this year.   Eventually though, the d

Truk Lagoon DDS Divers In A Wreck Diving Paradise

Truk Lagoon DDS Divers In A Wreck Diving Paradise A little over three years ago DDS Divers booked a trip of  a lifetime to Truk Lagoon in Micronesia, a pre-war Japanese territory which housed their

Dive Destination: Scuba Diving In Belize

Ahhh Belize. There sure is a lot to do in this one of the smallest countries in Central America. From diving flourishing reefs and the iconic Blue Hole to exploring ancient Mayan ruins and trekking t

Oceanic Dive Computers: Are they worth it?

Whats the hype with Oceanic dive computers?! On several of our last scuba diving trips we noticed quite a few of our fellow divers were sporting Oceanic dive computers. They tend to be eye catching b

Costa Rica: PADI Open Water Certification Part II

Read part I here The sleek white bow of the boat cut through the choppy waves of the pacific ocean as the early morning sun danced across the surface. A cool breeze made the blazing sun bearable as

Gear Review: Best Scuba Mask of 2015

The Epitome of Luxury…The Best Scuba Mask of 2015… I winced as I punched in my credit card number. I will be candid, $200 for a mask is pretty steep, especially seeing as it didn’t come with a

Inspiration Between Scuba Diving Trips

  Since this video was posted 6 months ago, I have loaded it up every few days to receive a constant stream of motivation to further my scuba skill set into a full time passion. PADI is always putt

Costa Rica: Open Water Diver Certification Part I

The plane’s wheels bounced off the cracked tarmac of the runway as we touched down with a jolt on the San Jose landing strip. I looked out the window and off into the thick jungle surrounding the

Why I Became a PADI Certified Scuba Diver

Ever since I was young I have always been fascinated by anything to do with exploring the ocean. Most of my Lego sets were some form of underwater base, I was in love with the Lotus that transformed

Mares Matrix Dive Computer Review at a Glance

Mares Matrix Dive Computer Review: Compact powerhouse? Read our in depth Mares Matrix Dive Computer Review here. The Mares matrix has a boatload of features packed into it’s compact unit. Our fir

Ontario Scuba Diving Trips and Events 2015 with Dan’s Dive Shop

Ontario Scuba Diving Trips and Events 2015 with Dan’s Dive Shop It’s that time of the year again where the weather is warming up, the birds are singing in the morning as the sun kisses the earth

Diving a Backplate is the Best Option for New Recreational Divers – They Don’t Tip You Facedown

Diving a Backplate is the Best Option for New Recreational Divers – They Don’t Tip You Facedown by Matthew Mandziuk There is a common misconception in the world of scuba diving that backplates  

Australia’s shark cull program

In February this year thousands of people gathered on a Sydney beach to protest the Western Australian shark cull, while a few hundred metres behind them our own dirty secret lurked in the ocean. With

10 tips for night diving

Descending into the inky darkness of the night to experience the nocturnal underwater world can certainly be a surreal experience. Many new divers find the thought of diving at night rather scary. How

Drinking and diving – the facts

For those that know me, they will know how much I love a drink! Indeed, divers in general are a fun-loving bunch and we love nothing more than to re-live our diving stories over a beer …or 6! Diving

Diving Komodo National Park

The azure waters and vivid reef failed to grab our attention. As we gazed into the crystal clear abyss, the mayhem slowly unfolded before our eyes. Perhaps a sensory overload? The grey reef sharks now

Fishing in marine protected areas in NSW

An open letter to Barry O’Farrell, NSW Premier, and Katrina Hodgkinson, Primary Industries Minister for NSW We have been diving for over a decade in Australia and there is nothing quite like it. T

Why a shark cull is not a solution to beach safety

A recent move by the Western Australian Government to introduce a shark cull program has invoked public outcry globally. Under the program, the government has allocated more than $20 million over the

Mola Mola Madness – The sunfish of Nusa Penida

Crystal Bay, Nusa Penida, Bali Hovering motionless, gazing into the blue abyss. Praying for Lady Luck. Hoping. We waited. Under more normal circumstances, the vibrant reef life, pristine corals, deep

Dive community contributes to Philippines relief effort

In the wake of the devastation left by the passage of Super Typhoon Haiyan through the central Philippines, liveaboard dive boat operator Worldwide Dive and Sail (WWDAS) was quick to weigh into the re

Poor eyesight and diving

Are you new to diving? Perhaps you have less than perfect eyesight? Are you wondering what your options are for seeing underwater or indeed whether you can dive at all with less than perfect eyesight?

Are you fit to dive? Diver fitness

As divers, we all know the risks involved in diving. That said, with appropriate training and the application of safe diving practices, diving is a safe sport. Like any sport of course, accidents do h

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