diveotagoshop

diveotagoshop

diveotagoshop has not set their biography yet
25
Nov

Graduation - Diploma in Professional Scuba Instruction (Feb 2015 Group)

Posted by on in Career Courses

Congratulations to our February Diploma of Professional Scuba Instruction students for achieving their Diploma in Professional Scuba Instruction and National Certificate in Medic First Aid Instruction. We are so proud of you all and wish you the very best in your careers! Now go see amazing things, meet amazing people and do amazing things - we can't wait to here all about it! 

... Continue reading
Hits: 17543
0
22
Nov

Tides and How They Affect The Dive Site

Posted by on in Dive Education

Tides and How They Affect The Dive Site

Tides affect our dive sites in many different aspects. They are caused by the Earth's rotation and the gravitational interaction between the earth, moon and sun, causing large masses of water to shift around the globe. Tides are generally arranged into two types, low tide where the water level is lower and high tide where the water level sits higher.

... Continue reading
Tagged in: Dive Environment
Hits: 20382
0
11
Nov

Mouthpieces - What is the difference?

Posted by on in Dive Equipment

As technology advances we have seen the evolution of better, more sophisticated equipment. However, in all this time, the mouthpiece's basic design has remained relatively unscathed by the evolving development of scuba diving. The mouthpiece can be seen as just an accessory to your regulator, however, it is so much more! The mouthpiece is the critical piece which bridges the gap between the second stage of your regulator and your mouth. Without it, not only would you struggle to create an efficient seal to breathe air, it would be terribly uncomfortable trying to keep it in your mouth with the pressures of current, wind and surge surrounding you.

... Continue reading
Tagged in: Equipment
Hits: 16316
0
28
Sep

Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty Course

Posted by on in Dive Education

Imagine trying to take an epic photo of that Mantis Shrimp carefully poking its head out of its hole at Weller’s Rock... you frame it up perfectly but as you’re concentrating on taking the picture you start dropping towards your subject, eventually coming to rest on the sediment kicking up a cloud of silt and frightening your favourite Stomatopod subject back into its lair.

... Continue reading
Hits: 5905
0
27
Aug

Diving at Altitude

Posted by on in Dive Education

We get a lot of customers from out of town that come to us to do their Open Water course and become certified divers. They live in areas such as Queenstown and Wanaka that have beautiful dive locations right on their doorsteps such as Lake Wakatipu (310m Above Sea Level - ASL) or Lake Wanaka (300m ASL).

... Continue reading
Hits: 10789
0

 

Tags


 

Archive