The SCUBA Life

SCUBA equipment, SCUBA diving, tips, and training 

Weight For It: Weighting and Descent Techniques for Perfect Buoyancy

Descending and ascending are often overlooked as critical diving skills, usually outshone by the need for perfect trim and buoyancy once the dive is underway. However, being able to descend and ascend slowly and safely, while maintaining good positioning, is something that new divers can struggle with, and should be practiced just like any other skill. Use your logbook to keep track of how much weight you’re using on each dive, and whether it was salt or freshwater. It will also help to keep an

How to Prepare for your Open Water Diver Course

So you’ve been thinking about learning to dive for a while, and you’re finally ready! What’s next? Finding a PADI dive centre for your PADI Open Water Diver course and getting booked in is the next logical step. But with all the choice out there, how do you prepare for the course? Think about where you would like to go diving, and when. In some parts of the world the water is warm all year round; others, less so. Learning to dive in colder waters will provide excellent training and diving exper

The Check-Dive: What It Is and Why You Need It

We all know it can be hard keep up the diving regularly once you’ve certified – travel, time, money, and other commitments often get in the way, just like they do with anything else. If you got certified on holiday and then returned home where the diving is less accessible – or appealing – then it might not be until your next holiday that you’ll have the chance to get underwater again. This is par for the course – not everyone can live on a sunny island with immediate access to boats, dive char

Discover Scuba Diving and Open Water: What's the Difference?

As a PADI professional, I am often asked by non-diving friends and family about the best way to start their underwater adventures. With thousands of PADI dive centres, resorts, and facilities across the world, and lots of different courses to take, understanding the entry-level programmes on offer can help you choose what’s best for you. The PADI Discover Scuba Diving programme is a short try-diving experience for adults and children aged 10 years and older. This introduces you to the basics of

I-Dive Venom 38 Video Light

With 3800 lumens, the I-Dive Venom 38 packs quite a punch as one of the more powerful lights out there: also falling into the categories of compact, lightweight, and easy to use, this dive light surpasses most of the competition! Just two buttons is all it takes for you to control light colour (choose between white, red and UV LEDs) and light intensity (use the adjustable power modes for spot, flood, or battery-saving functions).  A multi-functional all-rounder, the I-Dive Venom 38 is su

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Language School Brighton

While Brighton is famous for its nightlife, there are plenty of activities and places to visit during the day, too. One of the main attractions is the Brighton Palace Pier, which regularly hosts parties and music events and is home to a theme park combining traditional fairground rides with more contemporary roller coasters. The Pavilion Gardens offer a wonderful day out, and the Royal Pavilion is a rare chance to see Chinese and Indian influences on the traditional British Palace style.

Language School Cambridge

The University of Cambridge is made up of 31 colleges, which are open at various times throughout the year for visitors to look around their grounds. There's no better way to understand the history of Cambridge than wandering the beautiful halls and gardens of its famous university! For something special, take a traditional punt tour along the river and see a different side to the city. There's also the picturesque market square in the very heart of the city, selling everything from handmade soa

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Business English is aimed at students who want to add a more specific focus to their language learning. If you already know you need English for a professional environment, or are thinking about entering into an international workplace, this Eurocentres course gives you the edge that you need in a 21st century business world. Using specialised course materials, your teacher will guide you to not only improve your English level, but also to develop vocabulary, skills, and knowledge relevant to th

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