The Big Scuba Podcast – Episode 67: Have you got your dive checklist ready?

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Ian and Gemma chat among themselves and are also are joined by Rosemary Lunn who answers some scuba diving questions and brings us some interesting news items.

A new member of the team is Rosemary Lunn and answers some scuba diving questions.

Roz brings us news about a campaign being launched by the Rebreather Training Council   https://rebreathertrainingcouncil.org/  Its encouraging all rebreather divers to use a checklist every time they ht the water.  A checklist is probably the cheapest piece of life support equipment a technical diver will own, but it will look after you, dive after dive.  We talk about how a recreational diver can prepare a similar checklist too.

AP diving is a UK based company https://www.apdiving.com/en/ and has recently developed and manufactured a new rebreather strap.

We talk about physical dive fitness and the mental fitness too.  Roz is involved in https://www.facebook.com/groups/timetosurface.  It’s a Facebook group that is a safe space for exploring ideas above and below the surface.  There will be some free workshops so do take some time to register to take part. 

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We have a new link up with a clothing company called  Dark Tyde.  https://darktyde.com/

Their mission is to make affordable, sustainable divewear. All the diving T-shirts and hoodies are:

  • Ocean-friendly, made with certified 100% organic cotton.
  • Made with entirely renewable energy and eco-friendly inks.
  • Delivered in zero-plastic packaging (with free, no-quibble returns)

Contact Gemma and Ian with your messages, ideas and feedback via The BiG Scuba Bat Phone  +44 7810 005924

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The BiG Scuba Podcast, a new UK based podcast. We discuss everything to do with diving and the ocean and hope to promote scuba diving to more people including women.

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