In this episode we discuss boat diving etiquette, the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972, and Sea Hunt – It’s Still Alive – the Aquanettes. Boat diving is fun and convenient. Boats however are small and move around a lot and can present some challenges. With a little common sense and etiquette you can make … Continue reading 26. Boat Diving Etiquette, Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972 and Sea Hunt – It’s Still Alive – The Aquanettes
Monthly Archives: February 2020
The report titled On Using Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus was written by Walter A. Hahn and Christian J. Lambertsen in 1952. A really interesting read from the early days of Scuba Diving. They cover the swimmer, the physics and physiology of diving along with training in both open circuit and closed circuit scuba. They are … Continue reading Where did the term SCUBA come from?
In this episode we have our first interview with Ron, discuss the PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider course, and Your Next Dives takes us to Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas in Nassau. From the very first day I started Scuba Shack Radio, Ron Weller – one of our dive instructors has been talking about getting guests on … Continue reading 25. Our First Interview, Emergency Oxygen – are you prepared, and Your Next Dive travels to the Bahamas to dive with Stuart Cove