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In scuba diving there is training and there is certification. Certification has always been the holy grail of every scuba course. But at Unified Team Diving we are redefining how scuba training works. Our UTD instructors are coaches and our students are clients and our process is to make you an awesome, badass diver. https://utdscubadiving.com
 
The Under Pressure Divecast is the SCUBA diving podcast dedicated to making SCUBA fun, entertaining and accessible! Join me SKuba Steve as I go over topics related to recreational SCUBA diving, discuss gear and provide easy tips that make your diving more enjoyable, comfortable, safer or more memorable.
 
For the world's best scuba diving you need to go to Asia - and there's so many amazing places to dive, it can be hard to know where to start. Each episode of Dive Happy helps you get acquainted with a particular dive hot spot, explaining what makes it so special, what you can hope to see and some practical notes on how to get there and what to think about when planning a trip. divehappy.substack.com
 
The BiG Scuba Podcast is a new, independent podcast dedicated to all things diving and ocean related. Its hosted by two friends, Ian, and Gemma. Our aim is to provide a light hearted podcast for all levels of divers and also non-divers with a view to encouraging the non-divers to consider entering the water. We hope to bring you current dive and marine related news and information with the added BIG twist. Give us a listen and get inspired about all things scuba.
 
It’s hard to keep up with everything going on in the diving industry. To be a successful dive professional you need to be in the know. Join industry leader Tec Clark every week as he explores the latest in diving industry resources that make you excellent at teaching techniques, risk management and the business of diving. If you want to succeed as a dive professional this is the podcast for you.
 
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We are back home and recovering from a long week at the DEMA scuba trade show in Las Vegas and, we think, it was a very successful show. Jeff and Ben sit down for a short podcast where we lay out our thoughts about the show, the future, and answer the one remaining question from the live "Obscure Questions" episode we recorded at the show. For thos…
 
Gemma and Ian chat to Dave Conlin. Dave was born and raised in Boulder Colorado and knew early on he wanted to be an underwater archaeologist. He is part of National Park Service’s Submerged Resources Centre dives on shipwrecks around the USA and around the world. Landmark projects include work on the B-29 Superfortress that crashed into Lake Mead …
 
Gemma and Ian chat to Daniela Ceccarelli who is a marine biologist who is based on Magnetic Island. She works for the Australian Institute of Marine Science as the Fish Ecologist on the Long-term Monitoring Program on the Great Barrier Reef. She arrived in Australia in 1995 from Switzland and always knew she had a connection to the ocean. https://w…
 
Recorded live at the DEMA show in Las Vegas, Jeff and Ben answer your questions with a standing room only live audience: Does the color of an SMB matter? Can you use an uncompensated regulator on your argon bottle? Why is the long hose on the right post? When should you ditch your weights? This, and much more, live from Las Vegas!…
 
Gemma and Ian have reached 100 episodes! They both chat about the BiG Scuba Podcast Journey. They do a lucky dip and talk about three episodes. Episode 37 Mike Valentine https://oembed.libsyn.com/embed?item_id=16633451 Episode 76 Cristina Zenato and Kewin Lorenzen https://oembed.libsyn.com/embed?item_id=18941666 Episode 26 Phil Short https://oembed…
 
Ben Bos, UTD Training Director, on the current state of side mount in recreational diving, presented in the Technical Diving Resource Center at the DEMA show in Las Vegas, November 16, 2021: Side mount has taken the scuba industry by storm over the past few years. At UTD we saw the potential of including this cave-born way of diving into our open w…
 
Jeff Seckendorf's presentation on Scuba Coaching in the Technical Diving Resource Center at the DEMA show in Las Vegas, November 16, 2021: Great scuba training does not have to be focused on the outcome. It can be about the process. If we take a page from coaching in almost every other discipline, coaches make athletes better. It is not just about …
 
Gemma and Ian chat to Elaine Whiteford. Elaine learned to dive in 2002 and qualified as an Instructor (Master Scuba Diver Trainer) in 2005. She is based in Scotland and dives all year round in the North Sea and the sea lochs of the Scottish west coast. A photographer before she was a diver, taking pictures underwater was a natural development for E…
 
Because what happens in Vegas, shows up on Facebook. For the first time since Covid became our new normal, we're going back to the DEMA show. DEMA, or the Dive Equipment and Marketing Association, is an annual trade show for all things scuba. It alternates between Las Vegas and Orlando, so this year it's in Las Vegas. We will be talking about coach…
 
Gemma and Ian chat to Samantha Falcucci. Samantha Falcucci is a technology professional in New York City, STEM mentor, and ocean and space exploration advocate. After studying Information Systems & Marketing at the University of Texas at Austin, she launched into a business-technology career and has worked at Microsoft for six years guiding enterpr…
 
Preventing and Handling Missed SCUBA Dives ;( Hey Under Pressure Dive Buddies! I want you to think back to a time when you were really looking forward to something. Maybe you were looking forward to a specific outcome on a project at work. Maybe it was an upcoming holiday. Maybe it was your next dive trip. What happens when things don't work out as…
 
Gemma and Ian chat to Chris Jewell. We are on location in Cheddar Gorge, a limestone valley in the UK recording on the Ford Custom Transit Nugget. Chris is a cave diver and cave explorer and as a member of the British Cave Rescue Council was one of the British cave divers who played a leading role in the 2018 Tham Luang Thailand cave rescue. Chris …
 
Gemma and Ian catch up with Gabriel Pineda, Director of Sales and Marketing at Shearwater Research and Simon Morris who has been appointed as a Sales Manager for Shearwater. Both Gabriel and Simon are previous guests and its lovely that Simon has become part of the Shearwater organisation. We also hear from German Arango who speaks about BonaireTEK…
 
Gemma and Ian chat to Luke and Penney Evans. They are son and mother. Luke is just fifteen and is a very keen diver as is his mum! Mark Evans, Editor in Chief of Scuba Dive Magazine is husband to Penney and they are Lukes parents. Luke and Penny tell us about their scuba journey so far. https://www.instagram.com/lukeevans2006/ https://www.facebook.…
 
Snorkeling vs SCUBA Diving What if I told you that there is a way to enjoy the reef when SCUBA diving isn't an option or if you're a diver traveling with non-divers? Snorkeling is an underestimated supplement to SCUBA and unless you've actually taken a class there are skills and techniques that would allow you to get much more out of your snorkelin…
 
Gemma and Ian chat to Hamna Hussain, also know as Humpty! Hamna is one inspirational young lady that has found the magic in diving. Her enthusiasm is endless. Listen to her conversation with us and all about her journey into the underwater world. https://www.instagram.com/sanfagedhiya/ https://www.instagram.com/oneislandatoll/ https://www.instagram…
 
Gemma and Ian chat to Emma Keen. Emma is based on a 74 foot sailing boat called Wildberry .. it’s a Sunreef Catamaran. Emma is currently in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines but sails all over the Caribbean taking guests diving and kitesurfing. Emma has a Masters in Science, Marine Biology and Oceanography and passionate about all things ocean relat…
 
Avoid Running Out of Air SCUBA Diving One thing we can count on when we're on land is that we don't run out of air. When we're diving though, this becomes a possibility with serious consequences. The good news is that an out of air emergency is very preventable before the dive and air issues in the water can be successfully managed by following bas…
 
Gemma and Ian chat to Ryan and Nicole Levinson. The couple are also known as “Two Afloat” and live on a catamaran in French Polynesia. The are content creators and have fun on and under the water. https://www.youtube.com/c/TwoAfloatSailing https://www.instagram.com/twoafloat/ https://www.facebook.com/TwoAfloat/ https://www.patreon.com/twoafloat New…
 
What makes a Great Dive Buddy? If you've been diving for a while you've probably already been on a dive with a great dive buddy! You've also most likely been on a dive with a buddy that was well, not so great. What makes one dive buddy great and what makes another give you the urge to embrace the cancel culture? How can you make sure that you are a…
 
Gemma and Ian chat to Alyson Tyler and James Fletcher from Blue O Two. Blue O Two is an ward-winning luxury scuba diving tour operator, offering liveaboard and shore-based holidays around the world. Alyson is a Managing Director and James (aka Fletch) specialises in sales for the company. The BiG Scuba Podcast have chartered a vessel for a Red Sea …
 
In our last episode – "The Most Obscure Questions in Scuba Diving, The Tech Episode," we specifically left out the questions about diving doubles. So now Jeff and Ben devote the whole episode to doubles...the good, the less good, and the really good. Lots of facts, and lots of opinions. If you dive doubles, or are considering it, this is your episo…
 
It's definitely an 'uncomfortable' topic but we're going to talk about SCUBA diving and managing motion sickness. I started diving here in Colorado in 2002. I never had any trouble with motion sickness and SCUBA diving until I went on my first dive trip to Cairns, Australia later that year on a liveaboard. I was so sick that I had to cut my time on…
 
Gemma and Ian chat to Rosemary Lunn. Rosemary is a well-known Dive Industry Professional from the UK. In this episode Rosemary talks about her recent dives in the Shetland Islands and answers some of our listen questions that include methods used to equalise and choosing whether to use a wing or BCD set up. https://rosemarylunn.wordpress.com/about/…
 
When I first started diving the tag line around SCUBA was that it was a 'gear intensive sport'. I honestly think that singling out SCUBA like that is a mistake. If you look at any adventure sport there is a lot of gear that you need to stay safe and get the most out of the experience. That said... there is some gear involved and if, like most of us…
 
Samantha Howlett is a PhD student based at the Lancaster Reefs Lab. Her research covers how climate change effects coral reefs and their future. Prior to that she volunteered for a marine project in the Caribbean. This involved learning to dive and lots about coral reefs. She found her love for scuba diving and has travelled around the world on cor…
 
You love SCUBA, but life happens and you haven't been in the water for a while. How do you know when you need a SCUBA Skills Update? Let's dive into how often we need to refresh our diving skills! In episode 008 we're going to talk about... 1. What is a SCUBA Skills Update 2. Time Limits on SCUBA Certification 3. When MUST a certified SCUBA Diver g…
 
This is Part 2 of our conversation with Leigh Bishop. Leigh is one of the most accomplished and well-known technical divers in the world. In this episode we discuss under water artifacts and find out that dishes from 1880 are dishwasher proof! Leigh has a book in the pipe line that details over 30 years of wreck expedition and diving stories. There…
 
Are you losing your mind... on SCUBA? Have you ever been completely ready for a dive, listened to the briefing and knew what you needed to do only to submerge and realize you have no idea what's going on? Let's dive into why we forget what we just heard and what to do about it! In episode 007 we're going to talk about... 1. Losing Your Mind on SCUB…
 
Leigh Bishop is one of the most accomplished and well-known technical divers in the world. He first began diving during the late 1980’s in the English Channel, a virtual museum of over 5000 known shipwrecks. Being one of the first sport divers in England to adapt to using mixed, gas he was in a position to explore countless virgin deep shipwrecks a…
 
Chris Foiesy is a professional Scuba instructor and certified in cave diving and technical decompression diving techniques. He has been in the dive industry for over 10 years selling, maintaining and educating divers on modern day scuba equipment. He has been all over the world including deep cold-water lakes to see 200 year old shipwrecks, warm tr…
 
Even though taking care of a SCUBA mask is easy, proper and thoughtful care will help you get the most out of all your SCUBA gear and your diving mask is no exception. Let’s break it down and find out why! In episode 006 we’re going to talk about how to prepare a SCUBA mask for its first dive and general SCUBA mask care and maintenance. Dive into t…
 
Jeff and Ben take on four obscure questions in technical scuba diving: Why nitrox 50 from 160ft/48m but oxygen from 130ft/39m? Why are all the deco and stage cylinders on the left? Why do we only carry one bottom timer? Why do we use SPG's, not electronic transmitters? This, plus dozens of tangents and shiny objects. Although the topics are founded…
 
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