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Florida is well known for its beautiful beaches and amazing scuba diving locations. From the crystal clear waters of the Florida Keys to the adventure of scuba diving in caves, there is something for everyone who loves scuba diving. In this blog post, we will explore some of the best dive sites in Florida and…
Do you know how a wetsuit works? Most people don’t give it a second thought, but the science behind how wetsuits keep us warm in the water is actually quite fascinating! In this blog post, we will discuss how wetsuits work and what materials are used to make them. We will also explore some of…
If you’re heading to Hawaii and are wondering if there are sharks in the waters, you’re not alone. Many people are curious about what types of sharks can be found near the islands. While it’s true that sharks can be found in Hawaii, it’s important to remember that they are not typically a threat to…
Latest Posts: Dive Sites
- The Ultimate Guide to Scuba Diving in Cozumel
- Casa Cenote Dive Site in Tulum
- The Best Dive Sites in Playa del Carmen – A guide for scuba divers
Latest Posts: Fish ID
- Sharks of Puerto Rico: What You Need to Know
- Are There Sharks in the Dominican Republic?
- Which types of sharks are in Florida?
Latest Posts: Wiki & Knowledge Base
- Everything You Need to Know About Commercial Scuba Diving
- Conduct a Simple Health Check before any Scuba Dive
- An Introduction to Recreational Scuba Diving