|Posted on 22 September, 2015 at 18:30||comments (237)|
By definition, altitude diving is underwater diving when the surface is 300 meters (1,000 feet) above sea level. It requires a special certification to learn about the dive procedures, planning and techniques adjusted for altitude.
Today's trivia question.. Can you guess where the highest dive site is located and at what altitude? Bonus points if you refrain from using Google.
|Posted on 15 September, 2015 at 15:35||comments (5)|
Most Vancouver Island residents know we have Resident orcas in our waters. They may even know the names of the Pods. (J, K & L).
You may also know how they are identified from another (Markings on their fins).
But, (and here's this week’s trivia question), do you know how many orcas there are combined in all three resident pods?
|Posted on 8 September, 2015 at 19:30||comments (0)|
Trivia time.. Here's are your hints. Guess what I am.
- I am a fish
- I do not have scales
- I can grow up to 19 feet long
- I am generally found in fresh water but can delve into some salty water.
- Some people eat my eggs as Caviar.
|Posted on 1 September, 2015 at 17:45||comments (1)|
Wow I can't believe it's September already. The weather is changing for sure.
This weeks trivia question. Our beloved diver down SCUBA flag. What year was it created and bonus if you know who created it
|Posted on 27 August, 2015 at 13:45||comments (2)|
Ok for this week's TBT, I'm throwing it back to you guys.. I’m switching it up by including the Tuesday Trivia that I was unable to post a couple of days ago and combining the two. When I first saw this image, I was like, "What in the name of... ' and then I thought, hmm ok well that's a snorkel in his mouth but odd it was in the center, upon further research, it's called a swimmer's snorkel and they are still made. (In fact, they look cool and we can get them from Aqua Lung. But! And h...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 11 August, 2015 at 15:00||comments (0)|
Today's trivia should be pretty straight-forward.
What kind of skate is this?
Extra credit: Is it male or female?
Have you ever seen one on a dive?
|Posted on 4 August, 2015 at 14:35||comments (1)|
Ok that last couple of Tuesday Trivia's may have been a little "obscure'. So this week, I thought I’d try a fun one.
Everyone's who's been diving for a little while has heard the heard of 'Scuba Steve' and probably have referred to someone as 'Scuba Steve'.
This week's trivia question is , Where did this endearing term come from or even more recently, what movie made it a popular catchphrase?
|Posted on 21 July, 2015 at 13:50||comments (0)|
We're going old school for this weeks trivia. Without google, who can guess or tell me what a 'snorkair' is?
I will respond with the answer and an image of one around 4pm PST today.
|Posted on 14 July, 2015 at 15:15||comments (0)|
Ok peeps, here's a question that comes straight out of your open water manual. So without using the the magic of "The Google', what is the equation used to calculate Boyle's law?
D> P/V ÷ P/V
|Posted on 16 June, 2015 at 18:10||comments (0)|
The answer to our last Tuesday Trivia was Doug Paulson.
Put on your thinking caps. Here's this weeks question.
What was the name of the first film Cousteau entered in the Cannes Film Festival?