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Freediving Safety Talk

Please join us on June 13th, 6:30 pm at Aquarius Scuba for a night of Freediving Safety.

We want to have a night where we get together as a community and talk openly and honestly about staying safe while freediving.

There is no cost to this night because we want as many as possible to come out to talk safety, network and perhaps find one or several freediving buddy’s to dive with.

We will have a 30-45 minute presentation about what to remember while freediving to stay safe and will then open the room to questions and discussions.

Everyone is welcome, but it will make most sense if you have tried freediving before.

Please let us know if you are coming by email: [email protected]

Hope to see you there

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Why am I cutting up my daughters old Tu Tu skirt to Freedive?

Canadian freedivers know exactly why I am doing this, don’t worry, my daughter has outgrown the skirt.

We dove just North of Parry Sound a few weeks ago, which is in the beginning of black fly season. Because black flies are attracted by CO2, they simply loved to hang out on the top of our snorkels.

We are diving again this weekend which will be in the middle of black fly season, which means that I need to be prepared.

Even though I am not a vegetarian, there is a limit to the amount of black flies I can eat.

I have put together this tutorial showing my high tech solution.

The materials

Snorkel, tape and Tu Tu

The end result

You can request detailed design and structural drawings.