Downward Facing Fish?

{Guest blog post by OM Diver} I am a yoga teacher, PADI Divemaster and Assistant Instructor in free-diving. For me these three aspects of my training fit perfectly together to improve my diving ability and time underwater (with and without tanks!). The jigsaw all came together during a course in Dahab, Egypt, where we trained […]

Dive Doctor?

How many of you have a doctor? OK… Pretty much most of you. Now, how many of you have a dive doctor? What is the difference? Why does this matter? We mention this because we are always influenced by other forces and sometimes we limit our ability to dive because of various appliances we are […]

Diving Into 2000 Years of History

Back in June, we jetted off to Europe for a quick vacation. As we sat at the airport in Brussels, Belgium, with standby tickets set up to go to Lisbon, Portugal, we looked at the dreary weather that was blanketing much of that country and with a swift decision, we changed our plans to a […]

Sea Shepherd Visits Los Angeles Dive Center

What better way to spend a Tuesday night than with a great group of fellow divers at a local dive shop. Thanks to Eco Dive Center, we had the unique opportunity to spend time with the Sea Shepherd Organization and learn what their conservation efforts are really about. (To those of you in the Los […]

Customer for {Sea}Life!

Guess who has their SeaLife back in their hands? This girl! I won’t bore you with the details, but let me sum up my experience in three sentences. Initial customer service contact was a little shaky. After all was said and done, and the camera was in their hands, their communication was fantastic. They handled […]

No One Likes a Flooded Camera

Here we were, getting ready for our dive trip to Puerto Rico. We couldn’t have been more excited. This was going to be the 2nd time I would be using our Sea Life DC1400 Duo and the 1st time we would ever be diving in the Caribbean Sea. It was kind of a big deal to […]