Category Archives: Scuba Training

34. Let’s talk about save-a-dive kits and Healthways – an original scuba equipment provider



Every diver should have a save-a-dive kit and your kit should be tailored to your gear and your configuration. Every diver should have o-rings in their kit. Tank valve o-rings and hose o-rings are very important. You should have a spare mask strap but make sure it fits your mask. If you have replaceable fin … Continue reading 34. Let’s talk about save-a-dive kits and Healthways – an original scuba equipment provider


32. Emergency Action Plan, MarineBio and Your Next Dive takes you to Sunset House on Grand Cayman



Your Emergency Action Plan is an important part of your preparedness in the event of something going wrong. It consists of information regarding where you will be diving. Things like the location of hospitals, hyperbaric chambers, or other facilities. Your plan also should include equipment. Do you have a first-aid kit and is it up … Continue reading 32. Emergency Action Plan, MarineBio and Your Next Dive takes you to Sunset House on Grand Cayman


28. Boston Sea Rovers Special Edition



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


27. What is SAC rate, the state of solar power in the US and Voit – an early scuba equipment manufacturer



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