Do You Know the History of Scuba Diving?

Do You Know the History of Scuba Diving?

Scuba diving may be a trendy activity these days, but did you know that this popular sport has a long history? Breathing underwater has been important to humans for centuries, as our ancestors sought ways to collect food and gather artifacts from beneath the surface of the sea. The ancient Greek writer Herodotus told of… Read More »

SPE Dive School listing @ + GIVEAWAY!!!

Attention fellow scuba divers! Today we are happy to announce that our Grand Cayman Island Diving Tour has been nominated as an Unordinary Trip of the Month by , the #1 travel portal on the Internet specialized in the out-of-ordinary , special interest adventures. Every month, SPE Dive School leads a SCUBA travel and… Read More »

How is Scuba Diving a Good Workout?

How is Scuba Diving a Good Workout?

Are you looking for a way to get a great workout that comes with beautiful sights and the chance to get your feet wet? Well, scuba diving might be for you! Read on to find out how you can achieve your fitness goals and satisfy your sense of adventure at the same time. You’ll tone… Read More »

Common Scuba Diving Problems and How To Overcome Them

Common Scuba Diving Problems and How To Overcome Them

Are you beginning to scuba dive? If so, it should be an amazing experience. Some people like the sense of freedom and discovery that comes along with diving, but for others, the transition to life underwater is not too easy. Divers who are just beginning often experience difficulties during training or the months after training.… Read More »

How to Make the Most of Your Dive

Scuba diving can be an extremely rewarding and thrilling experience, but whether you’re new to diving or a veteran, there are a few tips you should follow to help you make the best of your dive. Find a buddy Scuba diving is always better as a shared experience. Surrounding yourself with like-minded people who share… Read More »

When Should You Call Off Your Dive?

Scuba diving is an exhilarating experience, but it can quickly become a dangerous one with bad conditions. So how do you how when to call it? Here are some of the top reasons to postpone your dive. Bad weather If the weather forecast is bad, there are many variables that can make diving unsafe, so… Read More »

What to Expect During Your First Scuba Class

Although scuba diving takes a little getting used to, it’s definitely worth the effort!

Congratulations! You’ve signed up for your first scuba diving class. You’re probably excited by the prospect of the crystal-blue water, the possibility of seeing stunning tropical fish and coral and the thrill of trying something new. But likely, you’re also a little bit nervous about the idea of going so far underwater for the first… Read More »

Planning a Cruise? Check Out The Top Ports for Scuba Diving

If you’re a fan of scuba diving and you’re traveling to some of the best scuba diving ports in the world, then you should definitely take advantage of this relaxing, fun and exciting opportunity.

If you’re planning a cruise soon, it’s time to start thinking about all the fun excursions that you and your family can do while you’re on the ship. If you’re a fan of scuba diving and you’re traveling to some of the best scuba diving ports in the world, then you should definitely take advantage… Read More »

Unusual Ideas For a Unique Scuba Diving Experience

Scuba diving is a relaxing, fun, and exciting sport that seems to be attracting a younger crowd looking for adventure! The number of young adults who participated in scuba diving has been on the rise, increasing from 275,000 in 2011 to 567,000 in 2015. When you think of scuba diving do you immediately think of… Read More »

Scuba Training: Air Sharing Basics to Master

Whether you’re a certified scuba diver or you’re still in scuba training, it’s crucial that you master the basics. And one of those ever-important basics is air sharing. Here, we’ll discuss how to air share and a few precautions you should take while practicing. Sharing Air: The Basics Like the old adage goes, practice makes… Read More »