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You can be the best, but always take a buddy. #diveaccident #safety ... More
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The importance of navigating underwater and staying together with your buddy. Read the story of a couple that got lost after surfacing. #safety #buddies... More
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"100 feet underwater is the last place you want to be with a fractured tooth" Making sure your teeth are in good order before starting a dive can save you a lot of pain. #teeth #health #safety #pain... More
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Carrying a surface marker buoy is good practice and can help you avoid dangerous situations and injury. #scuba #safety #smb... More
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This story should serve as a lesson the next time you think about leaving your buddy. Even if it is for sunken treasure! #scuba #wreckdiving #safety #training... More
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Divers Alert Network, the diving organization always looking out for our safety, have released their 2016 Anual Report, where they list their "Ten Most Wanted Improvements in Scuba." #scuba #DAN #safety #training... More
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Your dive buddy is much more than just a person to share your experience with. He/she is your lifeline in case anything goes wrong beneath the surface. #scuba #buddy #safety... More
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Safety stops: a lot of divers tend to skip them in favor of a few more minutes underwater. Are they really that important? #safety #decompression... More
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Tempted to go into a nearby cave? Read this report before you go. TL;DR: Don't do it unless you have the right qualifications. #cave #safety #accident... More
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Lessons for life: always dive within your limits! #scuba #safety #cavediving #training... More
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Best proof that coral is very much alive: it bites. Here is what to do when you're accidentally bumping into a fire coral. Also, please watch out next time. #coral #stings #treatment #safety... More
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Diving with asthma can be dangerous. It's important to know your limits. #scuba #safety #asthma #danger... More
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