Dive Destinations

Diving the Valiant Plane Wreck – Lake Washington USA


I drug my rebreather and diving kit (in a 45 kg Pelican) 2300 miles to Seattle from Honolulu to dive on the Valiant Plane Wreck; a WWII treasure laying just a few miles north of Seattle.

It was quite an interesting day.

It’s always fun to travel with a rebreather. I’m never …

Dive Gear Reviews

Poseidon Xstream Deep MK3 Regulator Review

Poseidon Xstream Deep MK3 regulator
Ideal for cold water diving

Some history and facts about Poseidon: In 1954 Poseidon was started by Ingvar Lofstrom. He made his first prototype regulator in his kitchen. The prototype was called the Cyklon. That same regulator is still manufactured today with a few changes. During testing …

U of Hawaii Hyperbaric Chamber Now Accepting Patients
Dive News

BREAKING: University of Hawaii Hyperbaric Treatment Center Accepting Patients

Divers in Hawaii and surrounding islands have been without proper hyperbaric chamber access since the fall of 2017. That has just changed.

This is huge news for recreational, technical and scientific divers here on Hawaii.

University of Hawaii Hyperbaric Treatment Center is now accepting patients on a case-by-case basis. 

According to the University …

Dive News

Using VA Education Benefits to become a Dive Professional

Believe it or not, if you honorably served in the United States Military you can use your VA Education Benefits to become a Dive Professional.

These benefits can cover all costs for tuition, equipment, and even a housing allowance while you train. But there is a lot to know and …

Becoming a Technical Diver / Dive News

How Quickly a Dive Can Go Wrong

The other night I joined up with a local boat here on Oahu to do a closed circuit rebreather training dive. The main goal was to work on skills and build hours for the next level of certification. We were heading to a site called Shallow LCU, it’s a wreck …

Dive News

Drysuitdive.com is now Team Exploration Divers

photo credit: Pacific Edge Photography

We are changing our name (re-branding) from Drysuitdive.com to Team Exploration Divers.

If you’ve recently attempted to enter drysuitdive.com into your browser, you’ll notice that you’re now being taken to Team Exploration Divers. We are rebranding and as such you’ll be seeing some changes around.

The name change won’t …