Have a look a the stunning images imagery to come back from our recent trip to Palau. Perhaps the most beautiful of all the places I’ve been, the islands of Palau offer some of the most spectacular drift diving in the world.
Checkout the photos on Flickr.
In the early 1990’s, nitrox or “voodoo gas” as it was often referred to was the exclusive domain of the expedition or technical diver. Today, with education and aware nitrox has become a common, safe and affordable gas that is considered standard in many parts of the world. Contrary to popular misconception, nitrox doesn’t allow you to go deeper but instead limits your maximum depth limit. What it does do exceptionally well is extend no decompression limits (NDL), meaning you can stay down longer. Read More
If you take away one fact, it should be that not all dive cylinders are created equal. Second should be that the way we colloquially refer to cylinder size is misleading. Choosing a cylinder is like choosing a car, there are many to choose from a most will do the job fine. Getting the best one for you money however is a little tougher and requires a good understanding of the characteristics of each. Read More
Damien Siviero & Fil Gray diving Fishrock on what they called a “bad day”! Damien shot the footage as a test of the Canon 7D’s video capabilities in shallow water. Let us know if you’re keen on a Fishrock weekend as we’re thinking of organising a trip after seeing this video.