Here’s a few tips that just might save you some time and money along the way.
Take it slow
There’s no rush to move up the diving ranks once you become a certified open water diver. Take your time, dive lots, get experience and practice, practice, practice. That doesn’t mean you have to take lots of dive trips, it could simply be diving locally with your dive buddy or find a club or pool to attend. Most big cities have dive clubs that offer a dive night where you can practice your skills and try out any new gear you buy in a calm, confined pool before taking it out “for real”. Read more!