Boat Diving Tips

Quick  Video Lessons For Beginner Scuba Divers

Quick video of boat diving tips for new scuba divers.

This is another installment on our series of boat diving tips for new divers. I aim to make each of these video trainings to be about 1-4 minutes in length. In other words, short and sweet.

I am thinking that this way you can easily watch the video tips and, hopefully, easily remember it and implement it! And of course, that is the most important part - the implementation part.

Once you put to practice these training lessons, you should see improvement on your very next dive. Which is the whole point of this website - helping new divers gain confidence and improve their diving sooner rather than later. That way, those expensive dives can be enjoyed much more quickly.

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.


Boat Diving Video Tip
Tip #2 - Organized & Compact



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Boat scuba diving video tip

Boat Diving Video Tip
Tip #1 - Ladder



For more actionable tips from me (and a special bonus to help make your dive last longer), just click here to get started. I hope to see you there!

Hopefully these video boat diving tips will help you have a safe and fun dive. And help you become a better and more confident diver on your very next dive. We have even more boat diving tips here.

And here are the links to additional videos we have done on other aspects of diving:

Quick Video Tips on Air Control

Quick Video Tips on Buoyancy Control

Quick Video Tips on Boat Diving

Quick Video Tips on Ear Equalization

Quick Video Tips on Night Diving

Quick Video Tips on Dive Travel

Quick Video Tips on Dive Safety


Click here for a list of all our scuba diving tips

Boat diving infographic tips for the beginning scuba diver


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