Decompression Sickness (DCS) is a scary, and fortunately an uncommon event, in recreational diving. Most divers will never experience or know someone that will ever have DCS. And, even though it is rare, every diver should learn about it. A great way to start is by talking with your Academy of Scuba dive professional. As your guide to the Scuba world, your dive professional can help educate you on the number of factors that can influence the likelihood of DCS, and great ways to avoid it.
By Tom Kardys, Master Scuba Diver Trainer at the Academy of Scuba Find Tom on Facebook By nature, all of us want to be the…Read More
If you are looking to spice up your relationship, have an amazing adventure, and spend time with your favorite dive buddy, the Academy of Scuba Romance Package is a great value and tremendous opportunity to take your relationship to “new depths”.
You’ve heard the term “Nitrox” but not sure you know exactly what it is. Check out this article and the links at the end
Wondering about the whole Nitrox thing. Enclosed are five quick reasons every Scuba diver should be Nitrox Certified.
Academy of Scuba, Phoenix Arizona’s leading PADI Five Star Instructor Development Center, is here to help you replace your PADI Certification Card. And, now you have some great choices.
Divers Alert Network (DAN) has always been and always will be dedicated to the safety and education of the diving community. One way DAN continues…Read More
The 2013 Long Beach Scuba Show Continues to be the Premier West Coast Scuba Showcase Long Beach, California – Monday Morning – June 10, 2013…Read More
Real world practices for everyday people When it comes to protecting the environment, everyone wants to be politically correct and do the right thing. However,…Read More