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Seawolf Dominator Liveaboard Review: Seawolf Dive Safaris Boat

This Seawolf Dominator Liveaboard review reveals a 36 metre (118 feet) safari dive boat built for up to 24 scuba divers. With paid Nitrox onboard so you can extend your dive times. Meals cater for all dietary requirements. 11/12 en-suite aircon cabins for couples, singles and families.

Seawolf Felo Liveaboard Review: Seawolf Dive Safaris Boat

This Seawolf Felo Liveaboard review reveals a 39 metre (128 feet) wooden hulled dive boat built for up to 22 scuba divers. With paid Nitrox onboard so you can extend your dive times. Meals cater for all dietary requirements. 11 en-suite aircon cabins for couples, singles and families.

How To Clean Smelly Wetsuits Including Urine Smell

The best way to get any smell out of wetsuit is to wash it in a container of water with a cap-full of wetsuit shampoo, Dettol, Febreze or Woolite. It’s best to vigorously rinse the wetsuit inside-out to washout any bad smells. Make sure to air dry your wetsuit inside-out so it’s ready to wear.

Why Is It Important Not To Dive With An Excessively Tight Neck Seal?

It is important not to dive with an excessively tight neck seal, as a very tight neck seal will restrict blood flow to your brain, which in a worst case scenario can lead to brain damage and be dangerous. A very tight neck seal will also be uncomfortable and will be difficult to get over your head.

How Tight Should A Drysuit Be? With a dry suit fitting guide

A drysuit should be a snug fit with room for insulation undergarments under it so you can still move freely when you’re wearing it. You should not experience too much restriction on movement with layering under the drysuit, as this would indicate the drysuit is too tight. But if there is no resistance to movement, the drysuit may not be tight enough.

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