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Tag Archives: scubadiving

Pulau Weh, Indonesia Dive Trip! Jan’2018

Indonesia offers some of the world's most famous scuba diving, but theres also hidden Dive pearls.Pulau Weh is world class diving, ready to be explored! Scuba diving is the number 1 tourist attraction in Pulau Weh, with some of the best dive sites in all of South- East Asia. We have just came back from a dive trip from Weh Island, Indonesia and here are some pictures to share.. more

Perhentian Dive Trip @ April’16

Dive Perhentian this April 2016!
  • Location: Perhentian Island (Arwana Resort)
  • Package: 3d2n (5 dives)
  • Transportation options:  Car: carpool to Kota Bharu (+-5hours), Fly (airasia, malindo, fireflyz)
    • Price: RM1500/pax @ PADI Advanced Open Water Diver
    • Fun Diver RM850/pax (twin share)
Inclusive of:
  • 3d2n twin share (a/c room, hot shower) ROH
  • open water dives with equipment, all PADI materials and registration fees.
  • AOW: 5dives.  Fun Diver: 5 dives
  • Refresher course for AOW students in pool (prior to trip)
  • Speedboat transfer from jetty-resort-jetty
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Redang Dive Trip @ March’16

Dive Redang this March 2016!
  • Location: Redang Island (Redang Pelangi Resort)
  • Package: 3d2n (4 dives)
  • Transportation options:  Car: carpool to Kuala Terengganu, Fly (malindo, fireflyz, airasia)
    • Price: RM1650/pax @ PADI OPEN WATER DIVER
    • Fun Diver RM899/pax (twin share)
Inclusive of:
  • 3d2n twin share (a/c room, hot shower) ROH
  • open water dives with equipment, all PADI materials and registration fees.
  • OW: 4dives.  Fun Diver: 4 dives
  • Pool confined water training in PJ prior to trip (OW course student)
  • Speedboat transfer.
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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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