By Paul Wagenseller, Co-owner of Scuba Professionals of Arizona
When I started scuba diving at the mere age of nine I loved it. The feeling of being underwater exploring, breathing, and floating was overwhelming. When I experienced my first shipwreck and coral reef, I was hooked!
The frustration of being low on air
I always felt limited with my dives with a bottom time of 20 to 45 minutes. When I had to return to the surface because I was low on air, I was frustrated!
As regulators improved the efficiency of a scuba dive increased by approximately 15 additional … Read More…
Diving at night means excitement, adventure and fascination all at the same time!
The underwater world is a new and mystical world for us. While diving at night you can discover a different side of this world and you can experience it from a completely different view. On this monthly Scuba Girls meeting, we all got in the pool, turned off all the lights and practiced Night Diving.
Watch this short video as our Scuba Girls are playing around in the pool and getting comfortable night diving.
It is an unbelievable feeling to discover the mysteries held … Read More…
By Giselle Aguiar
A few months ago I decided that for my 60th birthday this year, I would tackle one of the items of my bucket list – getting my scuba certification. I wrote about my background and why I never finished my certification 35 years ago in this … Read More…
Whether you’re part of a scuba diving couple or you want to convince your sweetie to become certified, there are several options for having the perfect scuba diving romantic getaway.
Couples can relax at a resort in Caribbean, get hitched underwater with sharks in the Bahamas or just go for a private dive in Hawaii.
Relax at a Resort
Couples who want the resort experience may want to consider the Caribbean where they can stay at Couples Resort in Jamaica. Exploring the Jamaican reefs while admiring dolphins and sea turtles is available for certified divers in the morning and the … Read More…
Do you rent scuba equipment when you go on a dive trip? Well, you should have your own mouthpiece that attaches to the scuba regulator. In this video, Paul Wagenseller of Scuba Professionals of Arizona, explains why.
So, if you don’t want to get … Read More…