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Getting the most out of your mask

By |February 17th, 2017|

While a new BCD or regulator set are key to SCUBA, nothing tops a well fitting and comfortable dive mask. You can still enjoy a dive with a BCD that doesn’t fit perfectly, or a reg set that doesn’t breathe quite the way that you want it, but an ill fitting and uncomfortable dive mask […]


3 Ways to be a Safer Diver in 2017

By |December 29th, 2016|

Whew, 2016 was surely a year for the books! I’m sure that quite a few of us are really looking forward to the new year. Of course, we all have to make it through the calorie laden holiday season first before we start to really dig into our new year’s resolutions. As divers, most of […]


Make Your Drysuit Zipper Last Longer!

By |December 27th, 2016|

It’s no secret that a drysuit isn’t a small investment. However, that investment often pays for itself in added comfort and an extended dive season. Going beyond the initial investment in your drysuit, undergarments, and added options, there is the ongoing cost of maintaining your suit and keeping it diveable. With that in mind, there […]


5 Pieces of SCUBA Gear You Should Check Out

By |December 5th, 2016|

In the last few months, things have been buzzing here at Dive Right In Scuba. With helping our awesome customers, wrapping up another epic dive season, and making improvements to our customer’s experience, we’ve all been making moves around the shop. With that in mind, we wanted to take an opportunity to highlight a few […]


Dive Computers Are Nice, But They Don’t Substitute Training

By |November 14th, 2016|

In recent years, technology, as it relates to dive computers, has grown leaps and bounds. From simple single gas, air only computers with fuzzy displays to the current multi-color, crisp, mixed gas computers any anything in between. The current crop of dive computers has the function and form to stand up to any type of […]


3 Ways To Increase Your Diving

By |November 12th, 2016|

If you’re like me, your chief complaint about being a diver is the simple fact that you don’t do it enough. Unless you’re one of those who is lucky enough to live in many parts of Florida or a tropical destination, you’re just not diving quite as much as you would like to. Having said […]


Working Together To Make SCUBA Safer

By |November 9th, 2016|

The most recent diver fatality in Florida had friends and family calling and emailing me asking my opinion on what I thought happened. While they thought that they would get an earful from me, I’m sure it was disappointing when I replied with a simple “I don’t know” followed up with a “I don’t care […]


Unboxed: The Nomad LS and SMS Katana

By |October 26th, 2016|

When I first began diving sidemount in 2011, there were only a couple of commercially available units on the market. Since then, sidemount diving has grown leaps and bounds and has become more accepted in the mainstream diving community than many ever thought that it would. Having said that, nowadays, new sidemount harnesses seem to […]


When Analyzing for CO Hits Home, By-Michael Angelo Gagliardi

By |October 19th, 2016|

I am writing this account with the full approval of the dive shop’s owner.  I am however, writing this account of my own accord in hope that it is of service to the cave diving community.  I am not a medical professional; I am an artist and a cave diver.  It is my intention to […]


Cool Dives: The U-85

By |September 26th, 2016|

In our time as divers, we all have that one dive site that will always hold a place in our hearts. To me it’s the U-85. After working as a Divemaster on a charter boat and over 100 dives on this wreck, I have yet to, nor think that I will ever tire of diving […]