41. Scuba Air Quality, Project AWARE Week 2020, Your Next Dive – Coco View Resort, Roatan

Scuba air quality is imperative in diving. Scuba grade air must adhere to the Compressed Gas Association (CGA) standards. The standard for scuba is Grade E and outlines the limits for contaminants in that air. Ensuring that your air meets these standard uses a three prong approach. The compressor must have routine maintenance, proper filtering and periodic testing.

The third annual Project AWARE week runs from September 19 – 27, 2020. This year PADI has teamed up with Project AWARE to jointly celebrate the power of the global community. This year’s theme is that one person can make a difference. One way to make a difference is to become a PADI Torchbearer. Torchbearers are committed to the health of the planet and taking steps to heal the environment. Become a PADI Torchbearer and Seek Adventure, Save the Ocean.

Coco View Resort is located on Roatan in Honduras. When you arrive at Roatan International Airport you will be greeted by the resort staff and make your way to the small key where the resort is located. You’ll have 24 hour a day, seven days a week to dive their “Front Yard” where you can explore Coco View Wall, Newmann Wall, or the wreck of the Prince Albert. Their 50 foot custom configured boats get you a wide array of dive spots quickly. You can have an over-the-water bungalow or choose a cabana or ocean front room. All your meals will be in the clubhouse restaurant. The clubhouse is also a great gathering spot for your favorite beverage, entertainment or games.