10 Things Scuba Divers Need To Know It doesn’t matter whether you have done 5 dives or 500 dives, these 10 Things Scuba Divers Need To Know apply to everyone. When underwater, there are some important rules and guidelines you should follow that keep you safe. But you are not the only thing that needs […]
Top Reasons To Learn To Scuba Dive Here is a list of our top reasons to learn to scuba dive. As scuba divers, we get asked this question a lot. Why learn to scuba dive? And to be fair, it’s a really good question. Each diver will have their own reasons for learning to scuba […]
Since becoming a PADI Professional I often get asked from both divers and non-divers alike, “why do you teach?” and “what is it like to try scuba diving then?”. To be honest, both questions can be answered using the same course – the PADI Discover Scuba Diving Program (DSD).
As a new or regular diver you hope that you will never need a back up air source. However, if your buddy or any other diver approaches you and signals out of air, or even your own second stage not functioning, you will be able to take action. This is because you, as I do, will always be diving with an alternate air source.
Why PADI Tec 40? I’m a diver who would like to dive to 40m. Why should I complete the PADI Tec 40 course when I already have the completed the PADI Deep Speciality? What are the prerequisites To complete the PADI Tec 40 course in addition to being a deep qualified diver you will need to have […]
Rebreathers: Just A Little Bi Curious Rebreathers: Just A Little Bi Curious by Greg Wilkinson I’m 30m underwater, I’ve been down for over an hour. Still got loads of gas left. It’s warm, vis is great, fish are swimming right up to me. And I’ve not got any bubbles! None! I’ve been learning how to […]
Twinset Diving for Recreational Divers For most recreational divers, when they dive to their computer, the limiting factor is the amount of air they have in their tanks. A twelve litre tank filled to 220 bar holds 2,640 litres of air and a fifteen litre cylinder holds 3,300 litres. A sidemount system using Ali 80 […]
Maths for Divers Maths is an absolute science and there are a few sums that will help you as a diver. · How much air do you have in your cylinder? · How long will my air last? · How much air do I need to have a third left at the end of the […]
Why Choose Scuba Leeds? Scuba Leeds takes a revolutionary, sector leading approach to diver training. Drawing on advances and techniques from the world of Technical Diving, we work within the world’s most successful diver training system – the PADI system – to develop confident, safe divers who end their introductory training ready to take their […]
Am I Ready for the PADI Advanced Open Water Course? Being a Divemaster with Scuba Leeds, I talk to a lot of students. During these conversations I have realised that the PADI Advanced Open Water course is often misunderstood. It seems that the word ‘Advanced’ often results in new and inexperienced divers backing away from […]