ReActivate Scuba Review

[space height=”20″] Interested in trying one of our guided dive tours, enrolling in a PADI course, or maybe taking a trip with us, but it’s been some time since you last went scuba diving? While many times our standard dive site briefing and dive gear orientation is enough, some divers would prefer a more structured…

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PADI Master Scuba Diver Rating

PADI Dry Suit Diver

PADI Master Scuba Diver Rating The PADI Master Scuba Diver rating is a path towards perfecting your diving skills. Earning the rating means that you have spent significant time underwater learning and practicing your dive skills in a variety of dive environments. To get the most out of your experience, I always recommend charting a…

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Easy ways to Peak Performance Buoyancy

Easy ways to Peak Performance Buoyancy [space height=”20″] The dive starts off well enough, your descent starts off easily but then you start to find yourself sinking too quickly and adding air to your BCD to compensate. You still crash to the bottom and stir up a cloud of sand and silt around you. Once…

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February Advanced Open Water Certification Becomes a Snow Dive

We took a break from our regular dive tours in mid-February to teach the PADI Advanced Open Water certification course, and even had a rare Seattle snowstorm in the middle of the course. Our divers for the weekend were Mike, taking both the PADI Advanced Open Water certification and Dry Suit Diver courses, and Eric, taking the…

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Peak Performance Buoyancy in the Northwest

  As all divers know, one of the most important aspects of a great dive is being able to float effortlessly underwater while not feeling as if you are constantly drifting downward or floating upward. Seattle Dive Tours puts a lot of time and effort in making sure our divers have a comfortable and relaxing…

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