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Monthly Archives: December 2014

Ear Barotrauma. Causes, Symptoms, Preventions

Everyone knows that you aren’t supposed to dive with a cold — it’s one of the tenets stressed most heavily during entry-level training. But it’s a rule that divers often ignore because sometimes we just can’t resist getting in the water.

Learn some tips on how to prevent barotrauma in scuba diving from this post!

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Eight tips to help with your Open Water Course

Listen to and watch your instructor. When he or she is demonstrating a skill, pay attention. They’re doing so for your benefit, and hopefully they have already mastered the skills themselves.

If you have other experiences do share us some tips! We would love to hear from you and how did you do while taking the first ever scuba class.

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Padang Dive Trip

No other places to dive in Malaysia since it’s monsoon season? Let’s explore Padang Indonesia for a short weekend getaway!

24/1/15 – 26/1/15 short weekend trip to breathe some compressed air 🙂

Either you’re looking to advance your diving adventure – or totally new in this sports, we’re here to assist you! email us at fun@divekl.com for more information.

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How can i prevent sea sickness?

As a diver, you’ll generally spend more time on boats than you will exploring the underwater world. How do you prevent sea sickness? As a diver, you’ll generally spend more time on boats than you will exploring the underwater world. Feeding the fish, mal de mer, seasickness — call it what you like, but most divers will experience this very uncomfortable feeling at least once in their diving careers. Here are a few tips on how to stop seasickness from spoiling your fun.

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