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Divers Digest of This Spring

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The spring is almost behind us, but before we jump into the fun summer season, let’s take a moment to look back at some of the most exciting diving-related news from the past three months.

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Aston Martin Confirmed The Design of Its Exclusive Submarine

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Last fall, Aston Martin - the British luxury automaker, has announced an unexpected collaboration. The company revealed its plans to team up with Triton Submarines to create a sleek and luxurious compact sub. Called Project Neptune, the submarine has now been revealed in its final production format. The new exclusive underwater craft looks equal parts speedboat and lunar rover. Its design, dominated by a clear bubble pressure hull, permits near 360-degree visibility. The sub gets an acrylic canopy and iridium coating. There’s also Aston’s hallmarks of hand-stitched leather and carbon fiber.

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Are You Properly Weighted?

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Diving is, at heart, about control. Only when you are in control of your movement, air, and level of confidence, you can enjoy a great dive. One particularly important factor that influences your dive experience is how well you are able to manage your weight and control your buoyancy. When you are properly weighted, you will glide through the water naturally, like a marine creature. Furthermore, you will not spend your precious air fiddling with the BC valve controls to find a balance.

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Posted in: Scuba Skills

A Shipwreck Discovered in Lake Erie May Be 200 Years Old

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The National Museum of the Great Lakes has recently announced the discovery of a shipwreck off Kelleys Island in the western end of Lake Erie. The staff first learned about the find in 2015 and has since narrowed down the possibilities to three ships, with the 200-year-old shipping schooner, Lake Serpent, being the most likely answer.

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Surface Signaling Devices For Scuba Divers

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Surface signalling devices (SSDs) can be categorised into four types: visual, audible, electronic, and night-use. Depending on surface conditions, each type brings its own advantages, so it is best if you carry at least two different types of signaling devices. Most are quite small and can fit neatly into a BC pocket or clip comfortably to a D-ring.

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