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Jun
19
2013

Diving Without Safety Equipment Leads To Disaster

Struggling against a strong current Steve cuts short his dive and surfaces alone. Neither he or his buddy were equipped with emergency dive flags so they couldn’t see each other amongst the waves and worsening conditions. Suddenly Steve sees a motorboat bearing down on him. Without a signal flag the boat, which could have rescued [...]

Jun
16
2013

Boat Diving in Safety

Though boat diving is generally a safe activity there are a number of precautions that a scuba diver would be wise to take we take a look at boat diving safety. An alarming trend seems to have developed amongst the international diving industry as more and more divers are being reported missing. In order to [...]

Jun
13
2013

A Divers Guide to Getting Rescued After Drifting

It is widely acknowledged that the majority of scuba diving incidents actually occur on or near the surface. As such it is vital that divers carry a signaling device like a safety sausage or dive flag to alert boats and other potential rescuers to their position. Whilst working in the Red Sea I took a [...]

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