How to Pack For A Dive Trip: Temperate Water Edition

How to Pack For A Dive Trip: Temperate Water Edition

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How to Pack For A Dive Trip: Temperate Water Edition! The Sardine Run is here! Finally, dive travel is a thing that can happen again. Vaccinations done, testing done. Now it's time to pack...

You asked and here it is. My guide for how to securely pack and transport your dive gear. Whether you're flying from region to region, or halfway around the world like we are, these packing tips will ensure your Scuba diving equipment arrives in tip top condition! After all, dive gear is life support equipment.

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And as promised, here is my complete packing list!

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