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Scuba Lessons – Starting Point for Everyone that wants to Learn to Dive

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Jun 24, 2013
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Scuba Lessons – Starting Point for Everyone that wants to Learn to Dive

Scuba lessons are generally the first step towards becoming a scuba diver. Many locations are available for taking lessons including dedicated dive schools, dive shops, as well as vacation and dive resorts. The types of locations and amenities will vary from one location to another and it is a good idea to check what they offer before scheduling your dive lessons. During your training, you will learn about using standardized equipment while practicing in both conf...

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Dive Shops – Scuba Gear and Diving Equipment Suppliers, Source for Diving Lessons and more

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Jun 24, 2013
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Dive Shops – Scuba Gear and Diving Equipment Suppliers, Source for Diving Lessons and more

Dive shops offer more than just scuba gear and diving equipment, many offer diving lessons, can be a source for a wealth of diving information, and some dive shops even offer dive destination trips. Scuba diving requires that you purchase or rent equipment, likely from a dive shop. While it is not always necessary for you to have your own equipment to dive, it is better to purchase most of the scuba gear you will use than rent due to safety, quality, fit, and avai...

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Scuba Certification – RSTC, PADI, NAUI – Process, Concerns, and Scope of Diving Instruction

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Jun 24, 2013
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Scuba Certification – RSTC, PADI, NAUI – Process, Concerns, and Scope of Diving Instruction

Before setting out on a scuba vacation, it is important to go through the appropriate scuba certifications. Standards for training and certification have been established by RSTC, The Recreational Scuba Training Council, in order to provide safe and adequate preparation for scuba diving. PADI, the Professional Association of Diving instructors, and NAUI, the National Association of Underwater Instructors, both provide certifications that confo...

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Cave Diving – Allows the Diver to Venture into Unexplored Territory

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May 1, 2013
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Cave Diving – Allows the Diver to Venture into Unexplored Territory

Cave Diving is one of the most challenging types of diving one can pursue, and is considered technical diving due to a deficit of free surface during extended periods of the dive and also involves decompression. Even with the risk, cave diving draws in scuba divers and cavers because of the possibility of unexplored territory in a cave, and the fact that it is a challenge. Exceptional facts--underwater caves contain plant materials not found anywhere else on earth...

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Why Would You Want To Go Wreck Diving?

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May 1, 2013
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Why Would You Want To Go Wreck Diving?

Whether you want to explore a piece of history, hone your skills as a diver, or check out an artificial reef, there is just something about Wreck Diving that inspires excitement!

Maybe it is the bigness of it all and your imagination 'running wild' back through history to before it existed at the bottom of the sea!

Micronesia, Truk Lagoon—Wreck Diving For All Serious Wreck Divers

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Sub Aquatics – What is the Art of Scuba Diving all about?

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May 1, 2013
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Sub Aquatics – What is the Art of Scuba Diving all about?

They say there is an entirely different world under the sea! Just ask any diver—they will say that is truly an understatement! Many people develop a passion to explore the deep sea, its creatures and are fascinated with the underwater world. Exploring underwater with an air tank is known as recreational 'Scuba diving'. According to the Oxford Dictionary, 'Scuba stands for Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus'. It is also known as Sub aquatics. It is the...

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