Posts Tagged: adventure

Is Diving Dangerous? How Do Experienced Divers Find Themselves in Trouble?

In a recent discussion, a group of instructors and I were talking about an article recently published by the BBC (Link to BBC Article) where a group of instructors went diving together to find nudibranchs at 40 metres. The questions kept coming up: Is diving dangerous? How do experienced divers find themselves in trouble? In... Read more »


Orca-eco Conservation Team

Ron Maclean is Canadian and holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science. Ron already had some scientific lab research and “in the field” experience in marine conservation with the Barbados Sea Turtle Project, working mostly with endangered Hawksbill sea turtles before he joined our team almost half a year ago. At the age of 22... Read more »

New Orca Scuba Divers

Orca Scuba would like to give a big shout out to everyone who gained a PADI scuba certification with us these past few months. Congratulations to you all!  We had people certifying at all levels. Open water, advanced, rescue, wreck, search & recovery, divemaster and even staff instructor. Each month we will post a small... Read more »