Jumpstart the Divemaster in You - Tips to Conquer Specialty Dives (A scuba-diving-smiles.com New Diver Series)
Hesitant about doing your first night dive or wreck dive? Unsure of what you have to do in a drift dive?
Discover simple tips and techniques you can use to get comfortable doing the most popular types of specialty dives you are likely to encounter during the course of your dive career. These include night diving, drift diving, shore diving, wall diving and deep diving. More
About The Series: “Jumpstart the Divemaster in You” Booklets
This series of 7 booklets (or 2 value priced boxed sets) is aimed at the new diver or the diver that has been away from the sport for an extended period of time and needs a refresher. Each booklet is full of practical and easy to follow tips that are designed to improve specific dive skills, increase the divers confidence and allow the diver to get the most out of his/her diving.
Each booklet is written in plain English and is not simply a rehash of what is taught in scuba certification class. Instead, these booklets are the 100% practical real life side of diving. The author relates many real life stories throughout all the booklets and tells what she has observed and learned during her diving career. Her conversational way of writing makes it easy to learn from her experiences - and her mistakes. It's like having a down-to-earth friend give pointers, answer questions and offer advice that you can easily relate to - because the author has been in your position.
About The Booklet: Jumpstart the Divemaster in You - Tips to Conquer Specialty Dives
(37 printed pages; 15,373 words)
There are many different types of dives you can enjoy during the course of your scuba diving career. However, when you are first starting out some of these dives can seem intimidating. Perhaps you are hesitant about doing your first night dive or wreck dive. Or maybe you are unsure of what you have to do in a drift dive.
This booklet covers simple tips and techniques you can use to get comfortable doing the most popular types of specialty dives you are likely to encounter during the course of your dive career. These include:
Each of these dive specialties has some specific guidelines you need to know. This booklet covers each type of dive in detail so you will have the confidence and skills to have a fun and enjoyable dive - no matter what type of dive the divemaster throws at you. In this booklet, you will discover:
•who you need to talk to before you consider a shore dive
•one critical criteria your first - and subsequent - night dive sites should always meet
•what you need to be on the lookout for during a deep dive
•the most important skill you need for a beginner’s wreck dive
•the one question you should always be able to answer at any point during a wall dive
•how to slow yourself down during a drift dive - and what you need to do at the end of a drift dive to stay safe
Each of the dive specialties covered in this booklet have their own special appeal and being able to conquer these dives confidently will make diving that much more relaxing and fun.
In addition, a bonus section on dive etiquette is included in all the "Jumpstart the Divemaster in You" booklets. We all need to be considerate divers and continue to protect what we are all going to see underwater. And, let's face it, nothing can ruin a dive faster than some inconsiderate divers. Once you read this bonus section, you know you will never be one of those divers that gets the dirty look from other divers. (Booklet total: 15,373 words)
About The Author:
Dianne Rein is an avid scuba diver and traveler. Her love affair with diving has continued unabated since she was certified in 1993. She is always planning that next adventure and likes nothing better than discovering new places, cultures and dive sites. She has traveled extensively and dove in many places throughout the United States, Central America, Mexico, the Caribbean, Europe and Southeast Asia. She is currently doing her best to expand that list. When she isn't busy planning her next adventure, she can be found doing hands-on research for her website scuba-diving-smiles.com.
For a list of all Dianne’s booklets, visit her author page on Smashwords.com.