Your Guide to Scuba Diving

Your Guide to Scuba Diving

Your Guide to Scuba DivingThe Ocean – Our Most Unexplored Frontier Many people think that space is our final frontier – and that is not entirely true.

While it is more difficult to get to outer space, we probably know more about the various planets and environments in space than we do about what lies beneath the surface of our oceans.

Just as in outer space, there is a whole environment, or ecosystem, under the waters that cover 75% of our planet, with 70% of our planet being ocean waters.

Beneath those waters there really is an entirely new world -a world full of beauty and mystery that few humans have the opportunity to experience.

But the lucky few who do have the opportunity to experience this vast underwater world are able to do so because they are scuba divers. Obviously, human beings cannot breathe underwater, so instead, they rely on a portable respiratory system that is self-contained.

In fact, which is what the word Scuba means: Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus. This apparatus allows human beings to dive to depths that were once unthinkable, and to stay under the water for prolonged periods of time, depending on how full the air tank is. Different mixtures of gases are used in the air tank, depending on the length and depth of the planned dive.

Forages into this underwater world have become increasingly popular, especially since Scuba diving equipment makes it so easy. Now, if there is an ocean nearby, you can bet there are scuba divers, scuba lessons, and scuba diving clubs in the vicinity as well. There are even scuba diving clubs that are not located near oceans. These clubs plan trips around the world to go scuba diving in different oceans!

When you see the beauty that lives so peacefully under the water, it isn’t any wonder why scuba diving is so popular. In fact, it is a world that is so amazing and breath taking that you will want to make an underwater camera part of your essential diving equipment.

While no sport suits everyone, most people who try scuba diving are hooked after their very first dive. Most people are looking forward to their next dive before they ever return home from the last dive.

In our fast-paced world, scuba diving offers the ultimate in relaxation and stress relief. Imagine a world where there are no phones, no palm pilots – and no rush. You leave a world that is noisy and enter a world where the only real noises you will hear are the bubbles from your scuba gear. In this world, you are only limited by the amount of air in your tank.

What’s Included

The History of Scuba Diving

Diver Education

Different Types of Diving

Different Scuba Diving Skill Levels

Are You Healthy Enough to Dive?

Basic Diving Equipment

The Divers Respiratory System

Finding Your Way Under Water

Scuba Diving Safety Guidelines

About Under Water Pressure and Decompression

Gravity Underwater

Underwater Dangers

Scuba Diving Organizations and Communities

Where To Dive

Dive Vacations

Diver’s Glossary

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