How to minimize Motion Sickness

How to minimize Motion Sickness

Motion detection relies on integration of touch and pressure, what our eyes perceive, and signals from the balance organ in our middle ear.

Motion sickness occurs when we detect motion that is unusual or where the input from the above receptors does not agree. read more…

 FAR NORTH QUEENSLAND 2017 TRIP REPORT 

 FAR NORTH QUEENSLAND 2017 TRIP REPORT 

 FAR NORTH QUEENSLAND 2017 TRIP REPORT  The Great Barrier Reef (GBR) is the largest living thing on Earth, and is even visible from outer space. The 2,300km-long ecosystem comprises thousands of reefs and hundreds of islands. The reefs off Cairns and Port Douglas are...
Buoyancy Control – A Crucial Skill

Buoyancy Control – A Crucial Skill

Buoyancy control refers to the compensation of positive (rise) and negative (sink) buoyancy by a diver. The objective is to be perfectly balanced – called neutral buoyancy – in all situations, whether in motion or at rest, at any depth underwater. read more…

Magic nights of coral spawning

Magic nights of coral spawning

On certain nights, around full moon, corals have their tryst of love. Diving on such a night is a lifetime experience and this is not overstated at all! Starting your dive, you are immediately aware of the crackling and rustling all around you. read more…