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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...

Video: There are no “elevators” in Scuba Diving

Your BCD is not an elevator to get to the surface.  Some people have a tendency to use it to get to the surface.  This will cost problems you do not want to deal with.  It could lead to rapid ascents and injuries.  Get proper training on buoyancy control and you will be able to kick yourself to the...

Video: Common Mistake – My Scuba Regulator Does Not Supply Enough Air

Technology has advanced a lot for scuba divers and the equipment they use in the last fifty-years. When some scuba divers go a little deeper or find themselves working harder, such as into a current, they feel the regulator is not supplying enough air. For most recreational diving, just about all regulators...

A Pioneer to us all | ScubaShea.com

On June 11, 1910 one of the greatest pioneers of the scuba industry was born.  Jacques Cousteau was born and it would only take him about 30 years to start making changes to diving of an Underwater Breathing Apparatus (UBA). For underwater filming, Cousteau created the first Aqua-lung in 1943.  This unit...