Posted by Scuba Butch on May 21, 2013 | 0 comments
There are three KEY reasons you should be in the Rescue Diver Class. Some scuba instructors would insert the Rescue Diver class immediately after the open water diver class because it is such a confidence builder. Watch and learn what those Key reasons are. ScubaButch.com
Posted by Scuba Butch on May 20, 2013 | 0 comments
Why Take The Advanced Open Water Diver Course
ScubaButch.com – The Advanced Open Water Diver Course Increases your skills, comfort level and safety on every single dive for the rest of your life. The skills will allow you to enjoy scuba diver so much more.
Posted by Scuba Butch on May 14, 2013 | 0 comments
ell the quarries are open here in the Chicago and Northwest Indiana area. Haigh Quarry is open for visitors and water is nice and clear. About 40 foot of visibility last time I was diving there. Problem is that the water was less than 50 degrees Fahrenheit. So as you can tell, without some sort of thermal protection those dives would not last long.
So one of the more important features of...
Posted by Scuba Butch on May 13, 2013 | 0 comments
Something sparked your interest and now you are a certified to go scuba diving anywhere in the world for the rest of your life. The next step is to keep on diving, right? Of course it is. However, we reach a point with anything that we still need additional guidance to gain right experience in order to maintain a certain standard of safety and comfort underwater while scuba diving. This is where...
Posted by Scuba Butch on May 9, 2013 | 0 comments
This weekend we will be getting the gear together and taking a dive into the local waters here in the Chicago and Northwest Indiana area. This weekend will find LeeAnn looking for a new certification and myself being a dive master again. I always have fun as a dive master.
What are we doing this weekend? Well LeeAnn and some others are taking their first steps into becoming “Technical Scuba...
Posted by Scuba Butch on May 3, 2013 | 0 comments
Talking with one of my good friends the other day and they were making the remark that a potential student turned them down because he was not part of a shop and wasn’t qualified to teach them. This concept has festered with me a bit and then when I was reading an article in Crain’s, about social media last night a couple of points in there brought this idea back up.
Two of the points in the article...