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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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


5 Reasons You Should Take a Night Diver Course

By |September 19th, 2016|


Are you considering adding some training to your dive experience? If you’re like most divers, you surely are. With that in mind, what courses should you take? Certainly, course like nitrox, navigation, and rescue diver are always good ones to pursue. However, there is one course that is overlooked by most divers that provides a […]


5 SCUBA Certifications That You Should Really Have

By |May 11th, 2016|

In my time as a diver and my tenure working here at Dive Right In Scuba, there is one question that I get regularly when discussing training with a diver. It is the question of what SCUBA certifications should a diver get? Well, I will start by saying that I’ve never been a “card collector” […]


The Air Down There-A Guide To Analyzing Your SCUBA Gas

By |April 5th, 2016|

The sport of scuba diving has always attracted the adventurous and casual vacationer alike. Given that it is a sport that delves into alien environments that require life support, it’s track record for safety is unparalleled. Of course, the exemplary safety record that the sport enjoys does come with a few caveats. First being that […]


5 Dive Gear Essentials For Safe Divers

By |December 22nd, 2015|

We see you, we’ve been there…you recently got certified as an open water SCUBA diver and are pulling the plastic off of that shiny new set of dive equipment. Yeah, all of us here at DRIS are also active divers and have been there. It’s a pretty cool feeling huh? Well, before you strap that […]


Should You Take A Drysuit Course?

By |June 30th, 2015|

With so many dive specialty courses being offered nowadays, it is often confusing to a diver on whether or not taking a specialty course will help their diving or simply be a waste of time and money. There is no one single specialty where this rings truer than the decision of whether or not to […]


There’s No Coupon For Safe Diver Certification!

By |June 8th, 2015|

You get a notification on your phone from that new coupon app that was just downloaded. The notification tells you that a local dive shop is offering a “Learn To SCUBA Dive” special for 99 dollars. Wow! What a deal, you quickly call up your friend who is a diver and excitedly inform him of […]