I am putting together a series of videos on buoyancy control dive tips. These are video tips that will be short and sweet - about 1-2 minutes in length.
I am hoping that that way the information will be easily digestible and, even more importantly, easily remembered and implemented!
I will put links to other video dive tips I have done for different aspects of diving (air consumptions, equalization, etc.) on the bottom of the page as I create them.
I hope you enjoy these quick tips. Please let me know, I would love to get your feedback! You can use the comment section on the bottom of this page or you can let me know what you think via our Contact Page.
Thanks in advance for your input! Any and all is greatly appreciated.
I hope you have enjoyed these short scuba diving video tips and that they will help you on your very next dive.
Here are the links to additional videos we have done on other aspects of diving:
I hope you have some wonderful dives!
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