Archive for the ‘Dive Safety’ Category

Making Oneself a Better Diver by Instructing

Thursday, June 23, 2011 22:00 1 Comment

I was thinking about my dive training evolution the other day. I was in the water with some students and guiding them around. As I was swimming around, trying to find different points of interest and making sure they were okay, it dawned upon me that I was becoming a safer and better diver as […]

This was posted under category: Dive Safety, Dive Training

What Do I Buy or Bring to NC When I Dive?

Thursday, May 26, 2011 12:27 1 Comment

There is a list of equipment that you will want to make sure that you have when you dive the North Carolina coast. Some of this you may already have. Also, I have mentioned much of the gear in some of my previous posts. This equipment will help to make your dives much more enjoyable […]

This was posted under category: Dive Equipment, Dive Safety

Overconfidence Always Leads to Trouble

Monday, May 16, 2011 18:06 2 Comments

I know you have heard this before.  Don’t be overconfident.  You will get bit in the rear one of these days.  Overconfidence leads to intentional lapses on quality control standards and unintentional lapses with safety guidelines.  In the world of diving, avoiding overconfidence is critical to having fun and being safe.   I was headed out […]

This was posted under category: Dive Safety, Dive Training

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