The whole diving process is an amazing adventure with a neverending amount of beautiful moments you’d like to remember and important details you need to keep in mind. There is a saying: a simple pencil is more dependable than the sharpest mind. Certainly, it is not meant to underestimate the greatness of our intelligence. The matter is that we humans tend to forget things. As our brain functions within certain limited resources, it naturally filters out so many little details even of the most beautiful experiences. Thus, if diving is not just a one-time thing for you and you want to improve your skills or even become a professional, it is highly advisable to keep track of your practices, hence the need for a logbook.
While you’re finishing your Halloween preparations, we’ve come up with something creepy as well. Our world’s ocean is full of mystery and unexpected dwellers. Unlike all these demons and ghosts that are supposedly cracking into our dimension on the last day of October, the eerie creatures you’ll see in this article undoubtedly exist in reality. Some of them look like an absolute nightmare! As the saying goes, don’t dive too deep without a buddy, for the waters are dark and full of terrors.
Shearwater Research, a Canadian brand known for designing and manufacturing high-tech computers, targeted mostly towards professional divers, has recently released a new computer model - the Peregrine. This time, the device was manufactured with the needs of the everyday diver in mind. It is simple, user-friendly, and easily accessible with a very keen price point.
Every year, thousands of divers and snorkelers travel great distances to enjoy the extravagant beauty of the coral reefs. Indeed, the stunning tones and intricate patterns of its inhabitants are fascinating. But have you ever wondered why reef fish are so colorful? As it turns out, this question is more complex than one might think.