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Tag Archives: scuba diving

baby pool

i was just showing the student who came to sign up yesterday, our facility as well as the pool area. then i said we will be starting the skills training in shallow water then gradually proceed to move to the deeper end. knowing that he's quite afraid to be at the deep end of the pool, i was expecting some 'standard questions' like how deep is the.
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Dive Health: Why do we pee in our wetsuits?

Since dehydration can increase the risk of decompression sickness, it’s important that divers fully understand the science behind why this urge to pee happens when they submerge.

Remember to keep well hydrated when diving and don’t let the urge to pee put you off drinking plenty of water. If the urge hits on your dive (and it will), you’ve got our permission to go with it. However, if the urge to pee persists long after you’ve surfaced, or symptoms such as burning and stinging when you go appear, this could signify a water infection and you should seek medical advice.

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Tioman Dive Trip @ May’15

Start the diving season with our trip to Tioman Island! Tioman Island (Pulau Tioman) is a small island located 32 km off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia in the state of Pahang, and is some 39 km long and 12 km wide. The densely forested island is sparsely inhabited, and is surrounded by numerous coral reefs, making it a popular scuba diving spot. There are also a lot of resorts and chalets around the island which has duty-free status.

Wanna learn how to scuba diving and explore underwater? Talk to us today! Email fun@divekl.com for more info

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Layang-Layang Dive Trip

Dive Layang-Layang this April 2015! WHERE IS LAYANG-LAYANG? Layang-layang is an oceanic atoll of the Spratly Islands situated approximately 300 km northwest of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah Malaysia. It is a wall diving mecca - the ocean floor drops to an amazing 2000 metres from the edge of the atoll. This combination of deep water, pristine walls and healthy coral gardens means that you'll see varied sealife from pelagics to colourful tropical.
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Dive Equipment: Scuba Mask.

When buying a mask, don’t skimp. Get a good one specifically designed for scuba diving that fits you properly. If you think about it, in warm water you can have a lot of fun with ONLY a mask, but if you had every piece of dive gear BUT a mask, there’d be no reason to get in the water. So.. your mask is important!

What are the features to consider while selecting a mask that best fits you? Read more to find out some useful tips.

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