Sign language is vital for divers as a form of communication as there is no way we can speak to each other verbally once we get underwater.
Jesse Schoff put up together an amazing video of his dive in Barracuda Point, Sipadan during his stay with us. His video is so clear that you could almost feel as if you were there.
If you are diving regularly, you should really consider to buy your own basic diving equipment. First in the list would be you own mask. It is best that you have your own mask as a mask should fit your face specifically.
We personally asked a few of our regulars of the reasons of their returns to ensure we maintain or even improving on these “magnets”. Read on to find out what made them keep coming back to stay and dive with us.
A dive computer monitors your depth, duration of dive and movements underwater. It calculate your nitrogen exposure, therefore you are able to dive multilevel and maximise your bottom time. At Seaventures Dive Rig, you can rent a dive computer at RM50 per day. Make safety as your top concern for each of your dive trip.
The PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course is the next step in continuing your education in scuba diving. Under the guidance of Seaventures Dive Rig’s PADI pro, the course builds your confidence, skills and experience to equip you better on your scuba diving adventure.
Asia Dive Expo (ADEX) is no stranger to scuba divers and those involved the diving industries with ADEX being the longest running and largest dive expo in the Asia region. ADEX is celebrating its 21st year and this year they have chosen seahorse as their icon for their conservation awareness