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Descent Checks – Vital on Every Dive

Periodic checks with your dive buddies while diving is always a good thing.  Things can start to develop in a negative way, and fast.  Just because you met your dive buddies on the hang line from the boat, or the edge of the cliff before descending into the abyss, does not mean something did not change....

Video Eber Ward Shipwreck: Chicagoland Divers Dive The Eber Ward in the Straits of Mackinac

Eber Ward Shipwreck: This was a great trip up to straits of Mackinac.  Good group of divers.  Check out the video.  Credit: Dan...

Video Cederville Shipwreck: Chicagoland Divers Dive The Cederville in the Straits of Mackinac

Cederville Shipwreck: This was a great trip up to straits of Mackinac.  Good group of divers.  Check out the video. Credit: Dan...

Video Maitland Shipwreck: Chicagoland Divers Dive The Maitland in the Straits of Mackinac

Maitland Shipwreck: This was a great trip up to straits of Mackinac.  Good group of divers.  Check out the video. Credit: Dan...

My Scuba Regulator Does Not Supply Enough Air: Part Two

Some scuba divers will experience breathing problems with a scuba regulator that is not related to over-breathing a regulator as I mentioned in a previous article.  Some of which can be equipment related.  However, most of the equipment related issues are, for the most part, preventable.  Your experience...

Too Much Equipment | ScubaShea.com

There is one thing about it, scuba diving is an equipment intensive hobby and lifestyle.  When you get into Technical Scuba diving, that amount of equipment goes up astronomically! So why do you want to get into Tec Diving and start your exploration that way?  Maybe the better statement is that you don’t...

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