Category: Scuba Diving

‘Should I be a d*ck?’ The armchair divers guide to commenting on someone else’s social media post.

You stand poised at the keyboard full of righteous indignation- I mean have these guys even heard of horizontal trim?! But wait- how do you… Read More

What’s involved in a trimix course?

Having just completed another excellent trip out to Malta I thought it might be useful to write a short post about what’s involved in completing… Read More

How to get the Sitech Antares dryglove system to work or how I learnt to pass on the #dryglove lurgey.

Before any young japester comes along and comments that the way to avoid problems with the sitech system is to use KUBI, I am well… Read More

Your Scuba Horoscope

Could the date of your birth and the relative positions of stars and planets somehow influence your personality and future? The answer, as anyone over… Read More

Kit review: Bare Drysuit Expedition HDC

A little pre-amble: I recently got the privilege of a bit of a VIP visit to the Bare factory in Malta organised by Mike Reynolds… Read More

How will Brexit Affect the UK Dive Industry?

As the date looms and the debate rages across social media one thing has become clear, very few people actually know what the EU does… Read More

Trydives: Sidemount vs Backmount, the Return.
Trip date: Mar 26/27

After the success of last year’s try dives there was only one problem: The results were a tie meaning that we still don’t know whose… Read More

Things you’ll only know if you dive in the winter

Rubbish comedians like Michael Mcintyre and Peter Kay, who get paid millions of pounds to remember things on stage, regularly make jokes about how wearing… Read More

‘Insert Inspirational Quote Here’

January is either a great time or a bad time to work in the UK dive industry depending on your perspective. It’s less busy which means… Read More

Do you keep things simple?

Here’s a link to my latest article for Sport Diver Australasia: MASTER CLASS DO YOU KEEP THINGS SIMPLE SDOP Issue 6 2015