Both subjects have been the cause of much discussion and argument of late. Can`t do much with Brexit, but lets discuss buoyancy control.
There has been a real dogmatic undercurrent by various contingents of the scuba training industry, you would think that the millions of divers who happily play underwater on a worldwide basis are lucky to have survived with the…
After returning from our last trip of 2016, a tour around the best Plymouth wrecks, just reflecting on how many people miss out on some of the spectacular sights to be had around our shores.
It is not just the diving that makes the trips, though this is obviously important. Great boats and skippers ( we use only the best boats…
An uplifting experience this week with a PADI ReActivate diver, Steven Storey.
Steven was stricken with Muscular Sclerosis which deteriorated his health at such a rate that he was paralysed and needed 24hour care.
After pioneering stem cell therapy, he has made an amazing recovery, still uses a wheelchair but is mobile.
Steven is using scuba as a superb form of rehabilitation and…
Sat basking in the warm afterglow of another PADI Instructor Development Course.
It is a real privilege to play a part of the growth and creation of a PADI scuba professional, hopefully influencing them a little along the way.
This course saw Mark Bray, Chris Brown and Jen Parry take the step up from PADI Divemaster to Assistant Instructor.
During a four…