Sunday October 20 2019

Instruction

  • October 15, 2013

    10 Golden...

    Scuba diving has some potential risks just like every other outdoor activity does. However, these risks can easily be minimized by obeying a couple of rules. DiveWithSeaman.com already has a “Rules For Diving” page but here in this post, I wanted to give the most important rules one by one...

  • October 1, 2013

    Best Breathing...

    It is obvious that we should all breath underwater from our air sources. But what should be the frequency and/or duration of each inhale and exhale while scuba diving? Most common mistake is to breath just like you do on land. There are some points in breathing through an apparatus. If...

  • September 12, 2013

    Decompression: Sickness...

    I am always asked about these two terms when I meet non-divers or in my Open Water Diver classes. It is known that “decompression” is something bad and related to diving. It is one of the topics everybody is familiar, however minority of them really know what decompression is. In...

  • September 8, 2013

    Go Deep:...

    Have you ever thought about diving in extreme depths like 100 meters? Let’s make it 200 meters? The deepest dive approved on the world was made to 318.25 meters (1044 ft) by Nuno Gomes. You can read my article about this dive from here.  But how diving to these depths can...

  • August 19, 2013

    A Diver...

    I’ll tell you an extreme dive accident story today. We have all heard about different kind of dive accidents but I am sure you haven’t heard such a dive accident story like this one. I want to tell you this story because I want all the divers on the world...

  • July 18, 2013

    Ear Pressure:...

    Especially potential divers who are making “try dives” without scuba in a pool or in shallow water, has the fear of “hurting ears“. When I meet with people and tell them that I am a professional scuba diver, their first question is “don’t your ears hurt while diving?” This is...

  • May 14, 2013

    Buoyancy Underwater:...

    Non-divers who want to be a scuba diver one day naturally don’t have any idea about the buoyancy underwater. Because when we swim, we don’t need any balance or buoyancy, our body does it all! But this changes when we use a scuba diving suit, a tank, weights and a...

  • May 8, 2013

    Using Less...

    This is the topic that especially beginners in scuba diving ask frequently. We dive, because we want to see underwater habitat and to feel the freedom. The more we stay underwater, more time we have for these. Having a good air usage underwater is a mixture of several parameters. And...

  • May 6, 2013

    Rescue Diving...

    Last weekend, I had the Rescue Diving Course (SSI Diver Stress and Rescue). Recue Diving Course in every dive agent (system) requires a little bit endurance. It was a hard and tiring weekend for my new rescue team. For two days, starting from the saturday morning, all we have done...

  • April 22, 2013

    Open Water...

    Okay, last week i didn’t have my best week in my office. In fact, it was some of my worst weekdays in my career. However, on 17-18-19 of April, I was making the academic sessions of SSI Open Water Diver Course with my new students from Izmir University of Economics,...

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