Is it summer yet?!!
Not quite yet, so this is a perfect time to
get in the pool or classroom and take a refresher course
or a course to help you be a better diver and dive buddy!
Be a Better Diver
Check out the PADI tab for information on courses
you can take to make you a better diver.
Be a Safer Diver, take care of your equipment:
Check out the Equipment page (under the Fun and Information tab)
for equipment maintenance tips.
Check Boise Scuba Center out on our Other Links Page.
From Project AWARE Foundation
To help underwater photographers improve their technique and protect underwater environments,
Project AWARE Foundation has introduced a code of good practice designed for novice and pro photographers alike -
CPR Guidelines -- Safety Courses
Don't forget to update your "safety" courses. Keep yourself refreshed and up to date with the courses you need to have in case of an emergency.
**Remember, you need to update your emergency skills at LEAST every TWO years! If you are a dive professional it's a good idea to update every year!
Check out the Emergency First Responder Course on the PADI page
What do you think when you think about Sharks? Sharks seem to be a fear/fascination with most people. As divers we have learned that they are not the monsters they are typically portrayed to be. You can find some interesting information about Sharks
by clicking on the Fun and Information tab at the top of the page.
Hammerhead in the Galapagos
Spotted Eagle Ray
British Virgin Islands
Click on the
Our Photos tab at the top of the page to see some of our trip photos.
You might find your next dive trip!
We have links to various websites and lots of information for you on our website. Please let us know if any of the links aren't working so we can correct, or remove, them.
Explore, enjoy and let's all learn more, get prepared and do more diving!
You've purchased your scuba gear - yea!!!
Now you're ready for that tropical dive trip!
Do you know how to take care of your brand new "scuba toys?"
Salt water, especially, is very hard on dive gear. Here is a brief overview of how to care for each piece.