The hardest skill to master as a SUCBA diver is buoyancy control. That mid-water, floating-in-space, horizontal body position may look effortless, but learning to do it can be tricky and confusing. Buoyancy control is also the most important diving skill; in fact, it is the essence of diving, and a diver without buoyancy control is

There’s nothing a diver parent wants more that for his little kid to join him / her underwater. If you’re like most parents, most likely you didn’t have as much time to actually go diving since the little angel was born. Let’s face it, they’re quite a handful. So I bet you have this whole

In my years as a dive instructor, I have encountered many cases of divers, both experienced ones and less experienced, whose diving technique was, to put it gently… disturbing. I decided to share with you a few methods that I picked along the way, which might come in handy and save a Sea Horse or