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Trim and Buoyancy

Trim and Buoyancy

Divetalking posted a new article under Learning on the subject of Trim and Buoyancy. If this is a subject which you want to learn more on, follow the link by clicking HERE The article highlights the challenges of trim and buoyancy and offers suggestions on how to overcome the challenges. … Read entire article »

Filed under: Adv. Open Water, Article, Buoyancy, Buoyancy, Education, Featured, Open Water, Performance, Specialties, Training, Trim

Understanding Enriched Air Nitrox

Understanding Enriched Air Nitrox

Let me start the article with stating what you are about to read is NOT a substitute for training from a certified Enriched Air Instructor. What you read here compliments that instruction. It may be used to prep before you participate in instruction or as a refresher. Enriched Air Certification is earned only through a certified Enriched Air Instructor. Do Not attempt to dive Nitrox without being certified. If you are interested in becoming Enriched … Read entire article »

Filed under: Adv. Open Water, Article, Dive Planner, Divetalking, Education, Enriched Air, Featured, NItrox, RDP, Recreational Dive Planner, Reference, Report, Specialties, Training

Advancing your Scuba Skills and Rating

Advancing your Scuba Skills and Rating

Divetalking added under the Learning Tab an offer to Advance your scuba skills and rating. Looking to up your knowledge and skills while earning certifications? Reach out to me and together we will organize a plan to fulfill your goals. Click here to read more and to contact me to talk about your opportunities. … Read entire article »

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Submit news worthy event for 1000’s to see

So you believe you have something that is publishable? Are you privileged to new that is currently happening or worthy event occurring in your area that you would like to share? Send your story or news to story@divetalking.com Our Master Editor will review your submission. Candidates submissions of events and news are reviewed my the Master Editor and any submission chosen is then sent to the Chief Editor. If the Editor in Chief likes your submission, we may contact you for further details and publish your story/news on divetalking.com Subjects submitted should be related to ocean awareness, conservation or local events yet can be any subject if related to water, fresh or salt. For example: Diver finds lost ship, or whales found offshore, turtles begin breeding, and so on. They can be a long time … Read entire article »

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Understanding the Recreational Dive Planner, RDP

You are searching on the subject of the Recreational Dive Planner also known as the RDP. You found a good source for that information here at Divetalking. In this session, various ways to use the Diving Science & Technology Corp recreational dive tables supported by PADI will be displayed. From here on the Diving Science & Technology Corp recreational dive tables sanctioned by PADI will be called, RDP. Let us first understand that what you are about to learn here is NOT a substitute for proper training. Proper training may only be acquired through an accredited organization, with reputable Instructors. Divetalking strongly advises you seek professional guidance and instruction before attempting to use what you learn here. What you are learning here is an introduction to the ways the RDP may be used. … Read entire article »

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Digital Photography Session being offered

  An opportunity to attend a Digital Photographic Specialty course has opened up and this email serves both as an announcement as well as an invitation to attend.  Course is being conducted in Jacksonville Florida.   Your investment:   *  JRRT Members and Students for certification is  $ 95.00 *   Non JRRT Members/students for certification is $120.00  * Non JRRT Members/students no Certification is $ 75.00 * Non JRRT Members on Active Military Duty pay JRRT Prices for certification   The certification course includes the classroom sessions, 4 hour field study, materials and certification card.   Two dives required to complete the certification (You are required to cover all your expenses for the dives). The date and location of the dives will be announced during the July 17 class. One followup session where we will review the photographs taken below the surface.   Requirements: Camera, Understanding of the … Read entire article »

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Cozumel September 2011

In September 2011, a team of divers visited Cozumel Mexico. Our goal was many fold. We all arrived Saturday the 3rd except for one diver who arrives Sept. 1st and departed on the 5th, while the remaining departed Sept 10, 2011. Our first full day was dedidcated to vsiting and hopefully getting into the water wih Whale Sharks. Our Second day (9/5) was spent hunting and harvesting Lionfish and the evening consuming them, ceveche style, kabobed and fried. The ceveche style was my favorite. Had a slght reaction to the toxin which made my throat swell slightly. The feeling was like the tiny bones found in anchivies. I recovered a few days later… Wednesday Afternoon I spend diving with the Marine Park Services hunting and filming lionfish for a documentary, separate from … Read entire article »

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Scuba Extreme Adventure Sports & Travel

Scuba Extreme Adventure Sports & Travel It is the second annual Small Business Saturday, come show support for your local dive shop and remember everyone who comes in gets a FREE gift from us to show our appreciation! We will be in the store until 3:30 this afternoon. … Read entire article »

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