English, Español tras el texto en inglés I know this post is about something quite straight forward but, for some reason, I have seen too many people doing just the opposite. I do not actually get it, it seams that some people think that if there is a wall, you should go as deep as … More Diving in walls / Bucear en muros
English, Español sigue tras el texto en inglés I have been diving in low visibility environments for quite a good number of years, having done too many dives there. The biggest risk you may face when diving in very low visibility is loosing your buddy. For that reason, the dive team should always be composed … More How not to loose your buddy in limited visibility/Cómo evitar perder a tu compañero en visibilidad limitada
English, Español sigue tras el texto en inglés Mapping, finding hazards and entry points, penetration techniques, using lines… Lots of things to learn in your wreck diving course (recreational)… and soon most divers (and dive guides) forget those rules: who has never been in a recreational wreck in a vacation spot that doesn´t have fixed … More Recreational Wreck diving / Buceo recreativo en pecios
English, Español tras el texto en inglés I have already written why I consider important to do a DPV course prior to getting one. However, a student recently asked me… ok, yes, I should do the course but… why should I get a DPV? For me it´s was so evident how nice is diving with … More Why diving with DPVs? / ¿Por qué bucear con un torpedo?