On a scuba liveaboard, you eat, sleep and dive for a week without ever touching land. They’re the perfect way to do a lot of scuba diving with ease and comfort. If you’re planning your first liveboard trip, we share some tips for preparing for your scuba liveaboard.
As a scuba instructor, I need to make sure my scuba gear is working perfectly, and I need to be ready to help students with any issues they may encounter with their gear. Read my review of the Pandora Tool v3.0, which I truly think is the best scuba multi-tool on the market.