53. Wet Notes – a new bi-weekly segment and Your Next Dive takes you on a dive trip to Nassau



In this premier segment of Wet Notes – Scuba Shack Radio’s bi-weekly news segment we talk about using corn starch to dust your dry suit seals, resorts offering Covid testing, big news in the scuba tank business and more. For Your Next Dive we are going to tell you what it is like to go … Continue reading 53. Wet Notes – a new bi-weekly segment and Your Next Dive takes you on a dive trip to Nassau


52. Underwater Navigation, Turtles Fly Too and Sea Hunt – It’s Still Alive in a Flooded Mine



We all use our GPS devices to help us navigate. Great if we are driving our car or looking for a specific location, but right now using GPS to navigate underwater is a bit of a challenge. While there are technologies on the horizon that use GPS for underwater navigation, they are not yet practical. … Continue reading 52. Underwater Navigation, Turtles Fly Too and Sea Hunt – It’s Still Alive in a Flooded Mine


51. PADI Pro Night, the Grouper Moon Project, and U.S. Divers



A PADI Pro Night is a time to get together with a PADI dive shop to learn more about what it takes to become a leader in the scuba diving community as a PADI Professional. It doesn’t matter if you are a seasoned diver or just starting out. A PADI Pro Night will give you … Continue reading 51. PADI Pro Night, the Grouper Moon Project, and U.S. Divers


50. PADI Equipment Specialist course, the Paris Agreement of 2015 and Where Will Your Next Dive Be?



The PADI Equipment Specialist course is a combination of electronic learning and classroom that can be either in person or virtual. This course is not a service technician course. Rather it is designed to give you the knowledge of how and why certain pieces of gear work. You will learn the benefits of owning your … Continue reading 50. PADI Equipment Specialist course, the Paris Agreement of 2015 and Where Will Your Next Dive Be?


49. Maintaining your BCD, Oceanographic Magazine and Sea Hunt – It’s Still Alive at the Point of No Return



One of the ways you can ensure that your buoyancy compensating device (BCD) is operating properly is to  make sure that you properly clean and inspect the BCD after diving. First you will want to clean out your bladder. If you’ve been diving in salt water it is important that you drain and rinse out … Continue reading 49. Maintaining your BCD, Oceanographic Magazine and Sea Hunt – It’s Still Alive at the Point of No Return