Last month, the True Blue Dive Crew took over Vortex Spring in Ponce De Leon, FL for a weekend of non-stop diving! The trip concluded with gulf dives in Panama City, FL. Check out some of the photos from the trip, courtesy of diver Ian Wright.
Ever wonder why dive shops makes such a big deal about visually inspecting (or "visualling") your SCUBA cylinder every year? The answer is pretty simple. The visual inspection gives us the opportunity to look inside your tank to make sure everything's okay.
When we visual a tank, we're looking for cracking in the threads (the thinnest part of the tank), signs of corrosion (or, in the case of steel tanks, rust), and that the interior of the tank is clean and free of debris (you are, after all, breathing out of this thing).
Below are some pictures of what you don't want to find during a visual inspection.
The True Blue Instructional and Store Staff stayed late on Tuesday to take part in Scubapro's Product Knowledge seminar. Participants got hands-on training on Scubapro's entire line of diving equipment and a sneak peak at soon-to-be-released products!
In an effort to better serve our divers, all True Blue employees take every advantage to be knowledgeable about all the gear we sell and service. When it comes time to buy your own set of gear, you can trust us-- We're divers too!