In this episode we discuss dive lights, the Plastic Redesign Initiative, and Your Next Dive takes us to Turks and Caicos where we will dive with Dive Provo. If you are going to do night dives you will need a good dive light. My choice for a primary dive light is the Light and Motion … Continue reading 29. Dive Lights, the Plastic Redesign Initiative, and Your Next Dive takes us to Turks and Caicos where we’ll dive with Dive Provo
Monthly Archives: March 2020
As scuba divers we are a very fortunate group. We are able to travel to some fantastic diving locations and experience an environment that too few people have the opportunity to see. The location and environment can be outstanding but you may not get the experience you desire. There are a number of factors that … Continue reading How does Scuba Shack Radio rate a dive destination?
This is a special edition of Scuba Shack Radio. We took the podcast on the road to the Boston Sea Rovers 66th International Ocean Symposium and Film Festival where we had the opportunity to connect with some old friends and meet new folks across the dive industry. I want to thank my guests – Rob … Continue reading 28. Boston Sea Rovers Special Edition
Your first glimpse of the ocean as you arrive at your dive trip location can be like a weight being lifted from your shoulders after what may have been a trying journey to get there. Even when travel goes smoothly, it still can be stressful with tight security ad even tighter connections. You may feel … Continue reading Start your dive trip right
In this episode we discuss SAC rate, the state of solar power in the US, and Voit – an early scuba equipment company. Your surface air consumption (SAC) rate is an important consideration in planning and executing your dives. Your SAC rate tells you how much air you consume at the surface and when you … Continue reading 27. What is SAC rate, the state of solar power in the US and Voit – an early scuba equipment manufacturer