Category Archives: Monthly Blog Posts

Traveling to Russia in the middle of winter...worth it

May 30, 2019

Traveling to Russia in the middle of winter...worth it

“Hey dad do you want to go dive Orda Cave in Russia with me and Nick?” “Sure, when?” “December!” “What is wrong with you? No one goes to Russia in the middle of the freezing []

Surface GF and Other Teric Musings

May 8, 2019

Surface GF and Other Teric Musings

Powerful yet Small

Imagine having a tool that would give you a numerical percentage value of the decompression stress you would encounter if you were to instantaneously ascend to the surface. Not all dives are []

Fear and Loathing of Sharks

May 3, 2019

Fear and Loathing of Sharks

“His entire form is fluid, weaving from side to side; his head moves slowly from left to right, right to left, timed to the rhythm of his motion through the water. Only the []

Gardens of the Queens - Marine Protection done right.

April 11, 2019

Gardens of the Queens - Marine Protection done right.

It’s 5:30 am in Havana Cuba, my alarm clock is buzzing. Slowly my eyes adjust to the breaking daylight, today is the day I’ve been waiting for all year.

Gardens of the Queens holds []

Adventure Awaits - Evolving into a Technical Diver

February 26, 2019

Adventure Awaits - Evolving into a Technical Diver

I never thought I’d become a technical diver let alone a technical diving instructor. I never thought I’d be ice diving in Antarctica, cave diving in Mexico or exploring 300 feet deep wrecks in []

Exploring Cenote Antares

January 25, 2019

Exploring Cenote Antares

Ten years ago, I met a skinny French guy named Vincent Rouquette-Cathala for a beer at a bar called Le Fey in Playa del Carmen. I'd only known Vince for a few months, but []

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Upcoming Dive Shows

Shearwater Research will be at the following dive shows:

DEMA SHOW 2019 (Orlando)

Read More / Nov 13-16 Booth No. 2537

DRT HONG KONG 2019

Read More / Dec 13-15 Booth No. 232