Nov 7, 2011
Here is a summary of what we saw on day four of the 2011 DEMA Show in Orlando, Florida.
We spoke at length with Elaine Kwee, founder of DiVo, a non-profit environmental organization based in Australia whose aim is to bring more recreational divers to active marine conservation/research participation. Elaine strives to make a difference with the DiVo Voluntourism program, which brings recreational divers...
Nov 21, 2010
More than the last two years, we heard glowing reviews about this years DEMA show from both vendors and attendees. Many vendors reported doing much better this year; several reported record sales. The overall mood was upbeat, smiles were frequent. We left with a glow in our heart, feeling the success of the event, tired but happy. Here’s our final day report and...
Nov 20, 2010
We had a long conversation with maker of Divers DLyte . Divers DLyte is a nutritional drink specifically formulated for the diver. Based on the ingredients, the formula appears to be well thought out to address the needs of divers. We will be investigating further and contacting DAN doctors for comments.
We met with the director and executive director to finalize our upcoming article on the new...
Nov 18, 2010
We’ve all read stories of distressed divers who find themselves far away from the dive boat upon ascent. Today we got "the scoop" from Nautilus Lifeline Marine Radio inventor Captain Michael M. Lever, on this device, available through D.A.N. Carry the device with you on every dive and never be left alone in the water. Simply press and hold the "red button"...
Aug 28, 2008
Many divers have told us that they become confused when they go online join DAN (Divers Alert Network) for the first time. Anxiety about which plan to choose, is the common issue. We recently received a call from diver that said. “I spent 30 years in the insurance business and I cannot figure out which DAN options to choose.”
To get some clarity, we contacted DAN and spoke with Marketing...