A Scuba Diving Marathon Chicago

As a scuba instructor it can be a pleasure (as well as a curse) to dive and teach to share your scuba knowledge of the world of scuba diving. A couple of weekends ago I was out at Haigh Quarry teaching several Open Water Scuba Divers and Advanced Open Water students. Due to everyone’s schedule, I...

Add Awareness By Taking The Scuba Training Wheels Off

Everyone who takes a scuba class is looking for more knowledge and experience. During each class, following the entry level scuba course (the training wheels) you expand in areas of interest, tailored to the individual that is taking the class. Nothing could be better to pick each class you want to take...

Scuba Diving Refresher – For All Dusty, Rusty Scuba Divers

Our Dusty, Rusty Scuba Diver event was a success. The pool was packed with divers. My only question is where were you? The divers who participated were so glad that they jumped in the pool to get wet. We have more comfortable divers in the water thanks to the Dusty, Rusty Scuba Diver event. There were some...

Life Is Short – Dive A Lot!

Some say they might be interested in Scuba.  Many claim it is on the ‘Bucket List’.  They are just too busy to work on it now.  A small percentage of people actually end up doing it.  This is common with many things, not just scuba diving.  Some talk the talk – some walk the walk.  Life is too...

Scuba Diving in Chicago/Midwest

I earned my PADI Open Water Certification in April of 1995. I’ll never forget that it was April. I was doing the four dives that are required to receive the certification. In the spring, Midwest diving has a chill to it. I tell divers today it’s only ‘slightly brisk’. I can admit,...

« Older Entries