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  • What wetsuit should I get? 

    When it comes to scuba diving, making sure you have the right type of wetsuit can make a world of different in the water. Whether its lightweight Theromocline for summer dive trips or thermocore neoprene for cold water diving, the experienced team at Dolphin Scuba can help you choose the right wetsuit for your diving needs. With one of the most diverse ranges of dive equipment, dive watches and dive gear in Australia, plus a store staffed by experienced scuba divers, the team will ensure you are putting your best flipper forward when it comes to purchasing a wetsuit. Not sure of what wetsuit will best match your Perth scuba diving habits? Here are a few premium scuba diving brands we have on offer.
  • Take the plunge with an advanced dive course 

    Now you have mastered the standard scuba dive, can plan your own shore dive, and are comfortable catching up with your Perth Scuba friends on a scheduled boat dive trip. Perhaps it’s time you considered furthering your scuba diving education. The benefits for expanding your scuba education are endless, from upskilling on new dive techniques and rescue skills to exploring advanced dive sites in the ocean. If you find yourself returning to your usual Perth dive site over and over again, it might be time to upskill with one of our PADI advanced dive courses.
  • What size BCD do I need?

    Scuba diving is a fun, exciting way to explore the underwater landscape. Once you have completed your dive course, you can spend the day at any of Perth’s local dive locations and work towards furthering you dive education with additional training. When scuba diving, one of the most integral parts of the experience is ensuring you have the correct dive equipment - the most important being your life support system. Having a functioning regulatory system, a BCD and alternative oxygen sources will help keep you safe when scuba diving as well as peace of mind underwater. Your BCD should be fitted correctly to ensure optimal comfort and safety when scuba diving. Here are some factors you will need to consider when choosing your BCD size.
  • Are you a shore diving or a boat diver? 

    Once you have completed your scuba diving training and have acquired your diving licence, you can begin to explore the ocean. After getting suited up with the required scuba dive gear, you’ll need to consider which Perth dive location you want to explore first. There are many great dive locations found along the Western Australian coastline, some accessible by shore, while other, by boat. Here are some things to consider when choosing whether to go shore diving or boat diving.
  • Should I Buy or Rent Scuba Gear? 

    When deciding whether you should buy or rent scuba gear, there are a few things you will need to consider – How often do you go scuba diving? Do you do the majority of your dives locally or on holidays? How much are you willing to spend on dive equipment? If you are unsure of what equipment you need or whether it is worth investing in dive gear, here are a few things to consider before making a purchase.

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