THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED.
For today’s competition, we’ve teamed up with our good friends at AP Diving to give away one of their Emergency Buoyancy Manual Inflators as a prize!
The AP Emergency Buoyancy Inflator system offers a redundant buoyancy source from the first stage of your emergency gas or ‘octopus’ supply. A lack of buoyancy at the surface is cited year after year as a common cause of dive accidents. An independent emergency buoyancy supply to hand at all times is a potential life-saver.
You need ‘spare air’ gas for breathing – but you also need it for buoyancy.
In many scenarios the diver has had gas in reserve for breathing and has made a successful ascent but then on reaching the surface has no inflation gas source and is too stressed or exhausted to orally inflate. Without an emergency buoyancy gas source the diver fails to stay afloat.
Being ready for problems in advance is best practice and an independent emergency buoyancy supply to hand at all times is common sense.
To be in with a chance of winning this awesome prize, all you have to do is answer the following question:
In a recent post (which you can read here), we reported that a couple have applied to the Guinness Book of Records for the oldest scuba diving couple and have chosen Buddy Dive Resort Bonaire as their place of establishing the record.
But what is the couple’s name?
A) Will and Grace Hampton
B) Bill and Grace Hampton
C) Phil and Grace Hampton
Answer A, B or C to the question above: