"Good Divers are always Learning" even if they are just diving:
ALTITUDE &/or PEAK PERFORMANCE DIVER: September 3-class, September 13 & 14 Dives.
Bring the family for an enjoyable fun weekend, you get to go diving and they get to enjoy the beautiful, secluded, relaxing Lost Lake Resort, check out the resort to see what it's all about at: http://www.lostlakeresort.orghttp://www.lostlakeresort.org their will be a potluck dinner Saturday evening for everybody to enjoy.
* Potluck Dinner * Underwater Carving * Ping Pong Ball Hunt * U/W Clean-up * Prizes * Fun
Good way to work towards PADI's Master Scuba Diver Rating, two specialties in one weekend.
ADVENTURES & DIVING (Advanced): September 24 - Class, October 4 & 5 Dives.
This course will broaden your awareness of the underwater environment and improve you underwater diving abilities.
Take that NEXT STEP this is for divers who have already been certified as an Open Water Diver.
Advance Course Info: http://www.pacifich2osports.com/dive/class_advancedopenwater.php
OXYGEN &/or NEUROLOGICAL (DAN courses): September 27 (Saturday)
Oxygen First Aid for Scuba Diving Injuries, did you know that less then 33% of injured divers receive O2.....
Did you know that 2/3 of divers with DCI have evidence of damage to the nervous system......
Special if you take both courses together and Non-Divers Welcome.
FUN DIVE & BOAT DIVE: October 11 - Fun Dives & October 12 - Boat Dives
All level of divers is always welcome, not necessary to bring a buddy, just a group of divers getting together.
CPR & FIRST AID & AED (American Heart): October 18 - Saturday
Realistic training aids are used throughout the course. This certification meets the pre-requisite requirements for the Rescue Diver Course. NON-DIVERS ARE WELCOME
CPR/First Aid & AED Info: http://www.pacifich2osports.com/dive/class_medic.php
WRECK DIVER: October 15 - Class, October 25 & 26 - Dives (One Spot left)
WHY do we dive wrecks????? Because we can, it's exciting and different; diver's are curious what's inside them.
Wreck Diver Info: http://www.pacifich2osports.com/dive/class_wreck.php
September Light Special:
A dive light is a must have for day or night diving especially for Northwest Diver's. If you are diving and don't dive with a light you are really missing out. Once you try it you will never want to dive without a light again, ask any diver that uses one. Here is your chance to get a light at a great price. Get one while they last........
UK D-4 light, ready to go diving: MSRP $89.95.....NOW...$67.95
Great for the not as active diver.
UK D-4 light rechargeable, ready to go diving: MSRP $249.95.....NOW...$187.95
Great for the more active diver and a brighter light.
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(Limited to stock on hand, no other discounts apply.)
Back in Stock - Moisture Muncher Capsules:
I am sure some of you are saying, what are moisture munchers??? If you have an underwater camera system this could be in your cameras best interest to have.
check them out at: http://www.sealife-cameras.com/accessories/moisture_munchers.html
"8 Dives verses 80 Dives" who is the better diver:
Divers will talk about how many dives they have done; like it means that they have lots of experience and are great divers. Ok this could be true but then again maybe not. So you are thinking where is we going with this. I had gone diving with a couple divers that only had 8 dives, as we were diving we came across two other divers. I watched to my amazement these other 80+ dive divers negative, kicking up the bottom, arms flailing, lots of air bubbles expelling through their regulator as they are on their underwater sightseeing adventure. So here I am neutrally buoyant, arms clasped in front of me, relaxed breathing as well as my dive buddies looking back and fourth thinking to myself, 8 dives verses 80+ dives...hummm) The moral of this story is many of us think "Practice Makes Perfect" that's what we have been told "Perfect Practice Makes Perfect". So the next time you go diving please work on your diving skills, especially buoyancy control is so important. When I see people who have trouble with buoyancy and on the bottom I sometimes think that many divers are over weighted, when was the last time you did a weight check and do you know how much weight you need with what type of tank you are using.
Maybe consider the Peak Performance Buoyancy Course.