I am glad you are enjoying our video series of beginner scuba diving tips.
There is a lot to remember when you are first starting out diving and I hope these quick actionable tips will make it easier to digest the information and, most importantly, easier to remember so you can put them into action on your very next dive.
Please grab your free report above - 3 quick tips to make that air last longer. When we first start out diving, air consumption is a big issue. Generally, new divers go through their air more quickly than more experienced divers. This report will help close that gap - and help you stay down longer.
In addition, I have weekly actionable tips for you that will have you acting and feeling like the seasoned divers you meet on the boat. No one will know that you don't have 500 dives under your (weight)belt.
So come and join us in the Coco Zone Dive Club (that's what we call all the divers that receive the weekly tips - we are having fun here, right?) and start improving your diving on your very next dive with our beginner scuba diving tips.
Looking forward to seeing you there and please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Once you click on the photo above and fill out the form, your free report will be on its way. So please come join the other members of the club and get the most out of your scuba diving experiences.
OK, so where does the name Coco Zone come from?
Picture yourself after a day of diving in the Caribbean. You head to the beach with a cold one in hand and find a nice comfortable hammock under the palm trees to chill out in.
Look up. What do you see?
Coconuts ready to bop you in the head.
You are officially in a Coco Zone. Welcome to your Dive Club.
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