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Scuba Diving for Beginners - Equipment Explained

Scuba Diving for Beginners - Equipment Explained

You are reading this article, therefore you, like so many others, have become intrigued by the wonderful world of open water scuba diving. The world of scuba diving ...

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Scuba Diving And Snorkeling On Holiday

Numerous people who enjoy scuba diving and snorkeling decide on their vacation destinations with their hobby in mind. Some of the top holiday destinations for scuba ...

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Personal Gear such as masks, snorkels, fins, boots etc are important for safe and hassle-free scuba diving. Quality personal gear improves our dive experience immensely.

By: Daniel Decosta l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Jul 05, 2012
Owen Jones

Numerous people who enjoy scuba diving and snorkeling decide on their vacation destinations with their hobby in mind. Some of the top holiday destinations for scuba diving and snorkeling are the

By: Owen Jones l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Jul 02, 2012

You are reading this article, therefore you, like so many others, have become intrigued by the wonderful world of open water scuba diving. The world of scuba diving can seem all too complex at the

By: Duncan Marks l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Jun 29, 2012
Bradley R Wilson

Here are 9 snorkeling tips to help maximize the fun. In this article you can find tips ranging from strap position to tips on swimming technique and a few in between.

By: Bradley R Wilson l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Jun 26, 2012

If one takes scuba diving as a recreational activity, he or she must be aware of different interesting and fun facts of the activity. This will help the person to have a more enjoyable time in

By: Daniel Decosta l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Jun 21, 2012

Scuba diving is a popular activity for families who are on holiday in tropical areas. It is a wonderful experience since you get to see the wonders of underwater which you would never see anywhere

By: Sara H Shepard l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Jun 05, 2012

The first wetsuit was invented in 1951. This was done at the University of California, Berkeley. Since then the wetsuit has transformed the way people go into the water. In the past, wearing a

By: Isaac Silberstein l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Jun 05, 2012
James H Phillips, Jr

Refraction is the tendency of light to bend as it passes from one medium to another, such as from water to air. It results as light travels at different speeds through various substances due to the

By: James H Phillips, Jr l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Jun 04, 2012

The world's oceans are filled with amazing sights that can only be seen if you dive deep under the sea. You will want to take pictures of the exotic creatures and plants that can only be found there

By: Isaac Silberstein l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 23, 2012

Scuba teen adventures explain that diving training is good for teens. The teenagers can learn to take responsibility, learn about the marine environment, and follow team work and much more.

By: Daniel Decosta l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 22, 2012

Valuable tips that every scuba diving newbie must know before venturing into the deep. These nuggets of wisdom will help you make a safe and comfortable dive.

By: A. Jay l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 21, 2012

Scuba diving is a life long hobby for many. If you are interested in it as well, then purchasing your own gear will probably be a good long term investment. In the beginning, you will be overwhelmed

By: Isaac Silberstein l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 15, 2012
Emma Healey

The amazing island of Cuba offers some of the best diving opportunities in the Caribbean. With crystal clear warm waters, good currents, unspoilt reef systems and a vast array of marine life the

By: Emma Healey l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 10, 2012
Ronnie K Price

There are varying opinions on the dilemma of choosing the right wetsuit for lake dives and quarry dives. Every scuba diver is different in that some can withstand colder elements than others. But the

By: Ronnie K Price l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 09, 2012
Ronnie K Price

When you're a scuba diver in training you have so many thoughts running through your mind, your breathing, clearing of the ears, clearing the mask, checking the air pressure and the wow factor. Wow

By: Ronnie K Price l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 08, 2012

Scuba diving is a great recreational sport where you get to explore exotic underwater locations --in the ocean or your favorite lake. The word scuba is an acronym that stands for self contained

By: Anthony Benjamin l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 07, 2012
Butch Zemar

Tec 40, is more or less, a basic introduction to deeper diving by actually applying basic skills to the real environment. I think it is worth repeating... take the basic fundamentals, or skills, of

By: Butch Zemar l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 06, 2012
Charles W Davis Jr

There is one ship wreck at Subic Bay that holds a special interest, She is the Lanikai. As a dive site she not anything special, just a wooden sailboat that there is only a little left. It is her

By: Charles W Davis Jr l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 06, 2012

If you're a world traveler who enjoys circling the globe in search for your next greatest adventure, consider traveling to amazing scuba diving locations instead. The ocean has many secret treasures,

By: Matthew Nathan l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 03, 2012

  When it comes to your Dive Cylinder there are some things that it is vital to know. Maintenance of your Dive Cylinder - The tank, or dive cylinder as it is more commonly called must be properly

By: Stephen J Loates l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 02, 2012
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You are reading this article, therefore you, like so many others, have become intrigued by the wonderful world of open water scuba diving. The world of scuba diving can seem all too complex at the

By: Duncan Marks l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Jun 29, 2012 lViews: 71 lComments: 0
Owen Jones

Numerous people who enjoy scuba diving and snorkeling decide on their vacation destinations with their hobby in mind. Some of the top holiday destinations for scuba diving and snorkeling are the

By: Owen Jones l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Jul 02, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Charles W Davis Jr

There is one ship wreck at Subic Bay that holds a special interest, She is the Lanikai. As a dive site she not anything special, just a wooden sailboat that there is only a little left. It is her

By: Charles W Davis Jr l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 06, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Bradley R Wilson

Here are 9 snorkeling tips to help maximize the fun. In this article you can find tips ranging from strap position to tips on swimming technique and a few in between.

By: Bradley R Wilson l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Jun 26, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0

Scuba diving is one of the adventurous and most refreshing activities known to mankind giving an opportunity to witness the life and diverse colors of underwater kingdom. While diving through deep

By: Emiley Tay l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Feb 04, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0

PADI is the acronym for the Professional Association of Diving Instructors, an organization founded by John Cronin and Ralph Erickson in 1966. While not the first diving association (that award goes

By: Matthew Nathan l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Mar 28, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Ronnie K Price

Rash Guard is thought of as water sport apparel and it was created for water sports, but it is so much more. Rash Guard for women is like a second skin in that it is hardly noticeable when being

By: Ronnie K Price l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Apr 13, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Ronnie K Price

Scuba diving in Middle America is becoming more popular every year. The water isn't as clear as it would be in exotic places but scuba diving is still relaxing and fun. Obviously there are no

By: Ronnie K Price l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Mar 20, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
James H Phillips, Jr

Refraction is the tendency of light to bend as it passes from one medium to another, such as from water to air. It results as light travels at different speeds through various substances due to the

By: James H Phillips, Jr l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Jun 04, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0

Personal Gear such as masks, snorkels, fins, boots etc are important for safe and hassle-free scuba diving. Quality personal gear improves our dive experience immensely.

By: Daniel Decosta l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Jul 05, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0

If one takes scuba diving as a recreational activity, he or she must be aware of different interesting and fun facts of the activity. This will help the person to have a more enjoyable time in

By: Daniel Decosta l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Jun 21, 2012 lViews: 46 lComments: 0

Scuba diving is a popular activity for families who are on holiday in tropical areas. It is a wonderful experience since you get to see the wonders of underwater which you would never see anywhere

By: Sara H Shepard l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Jun 05, 2012 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Linda Paganelli

There is nothing new about freediving, it has probably existed as long as mankind. Originally of course it was done for survival, such as gathering food. In modern days this is not necessary anymore

By: Linda Paganelli l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Feb 22, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
David J Cummings

Despite the variety of dive computers that are currently available in the market, quality should take precedence over cost when deciding to buy these gadgets. Although there are other inexpensive

By: David J Cummings l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Feb 08, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0

Dive destination or destination with diving? That's the choice for many of us when we are flicking through travel brochures looking for a holiday to suit us and our non-diving partners. Although not

By: Ed Redman l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Mar 31, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Emma Healey

The amazing island of Cuba offers some of the best diving opportunities in the Caribbean. With crystal clear warm waters, good currents, unspoilt reef systems and a vast array of marine life the

By: Emma Healey l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 10, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0

  When it comes to your Dive Cylinder there are some things that it is vital to know. Maintenance of your Dive Cylinder - The tank, or dive cylinder as it is more commonly called must be properly

By: Stephen J Loates l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 02, 2012 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
Ronnie K Price

There are varying opinions on the dilemma of choosing the right wetsuit for lake dives and quarry dives. Every scuba diver is different in that some can withstand colder elements than others. But the

By: Ronnie K Price l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 09, 2012 lViews: 41 lComments: 0

Scuba diving is a great recreational sport where you get to explore exotic underwater locations --in the ocean or your favorite lake. The word scuba is an acronym that stands for self contained

By: Anthony Benjamin l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 07, 2012 lViews: 41 lComments: 0

The first wetsuit was invented in 1951. This was done at the University of California, Berkeley. Since then the wetsuit has transformed the way people go into the water. In the past, wearing a

By: Isaac Silberstein l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Jun 05, 2012 lViews: 41 lComments: 0
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Linda Paganelli

There is nothing new about freediving, it has probably existed as long as mankind. Originally of course it was done for survival, such as gathering food. In modern days this is not necessary anymore

By: Linda Paganelli l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Feb 22, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
David J Cummings

As an avid diver, I am always on the lookout for new technology to ensure not only my safety, but that I always have the best tools available on the market. Nothing can heighten the diving experience

By: David J Cummings l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Feb 22, 2012 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
David J Cummings

Despite the variety of dive computers that are currently available in the market, quality should take precedence over cost when deciding to buy these gadgets. Although there are other inexpensive

By: David J Cummings l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Feb 08, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
David J Cummings

I felt compelled to write a brief review on the dive computer that I chose to buy last week. I had been researching and studying up on the various companies that manufacture and supply dive

By: David J Cummings l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Apr 15, 2012 lViews: 38 lComments: 0
Dave Alan Albright

Good dive gloves are not cheap. If you indulge in activities like lobster hunting or gold hunting they don't hold up very well. The finger tips wear out, become riddled with holes and lose their

By: Dave Alan Albright l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Feb 14, 2012 lViews: 33 lComments: 0
Dave Alan Albright

OK, when we ascend to an altitude where the air is less dense, the water is fresh and less dense than salt water. Why do we need to make corrections to the dive tables to dive at altitude?

By: Dave Alan Albright l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Feb 06, 2012 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Dave Alan Albright

Does it make sense to try to cram a little knowledge in a short time just so you can get certified to take part in a potentially dangerous sport? Don't take a quickie Scuba course.

By: Dave Alan Albright l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Feb 05, 2012 lViews: 29 lComments: 0

Start with a dry camera inside your water housing or at least don't take it from cold AC to a warm (and humid) outdoors and then into a cool ocean with hot sun. The stresses and release of trapped

By: Shanti Berg l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Feb 14, 2012 lViews: 28 lComments: 0
Ronnie K Price

This subject has been written about, talked about and taught for years. When I was being certified I did eight scuba dives in three days with four different scuba trainers, and several different

By: Ronnie K Price l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Feb 13, 2012 lViews: 35 lComments: 0
Ronnie K Price

As a new scuba diver, if you take time to understand neutral buoyancy first, it will make moving through the water more fluent. More importantly it will keep you from damaging coral, reefs and from

By: Ronnie K Price l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Feb 06, 2012 lViews: 30 lComments: 0
Ronnie K Price

Rash Guard is thought of as water sport apparel and it was created for water sports, but it is so much more. Rash Guard for women is like a second skin in that it is hardly noticeable when being

By: Ronnie K Price l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Apr 13, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Ronnie K Price

Police officers carry hand guns hoping to never use them, but the longer a person is a police officer the odds of using the hand gun grow daily. The hand gun is a police officers most vital piece of

By: Ronnie K Price l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Apr 12, 2012 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Ronnie K Price

Scuba diving in Middle America is becoming more popular every year. The water isn't as clear as it would be in exotic places but scuba diving is still relaxing and fun. Obviously there are no

By: Ronnie K Price l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Mar 20, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Ronnie K Price

Shorty wetsuits aren't just for surfing anymore. There are a variety of uses for a shorty wetsuit. Sometimes thinking out of the box opens doors for old ideas in a new way. Wetsuits are for water

By: Ronnie K Price l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Mar 20, 2012 lViews: 32 lComments: 0
Ronnie K Price

When you're a scuba diver in training you have so many thoughts running through your mind, your breathing, clearing of the ears, clearing the mask, checking the air pressure and the wow factor. Wow

By: Ronnie K Price l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 08, 2012 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Ronnie K Price

There are varying opinions on the dilemma of choosing the right wetsuit for lake dives and quarry dives. Every scuba diver is different in that some can withstand colder elements than others. But the

By: Ronnie K Price l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l May 09, 2012 lViews: 41 lComments: 0

PADI openwater dive courses are a great way to enjoy diving and to learn about how to go about it. They are also a great way to give yourself the skills necessary to dive in other locations and to

By: Sara H Shepard l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Feb 04, 2012 lViews: 33 lComments: 0

Scuba diving is a popular activity for families who are on holiday in tropical areas. It is a wonderful experience since you get to see the wonders of underwater which you would never see anywhere

By: Sara H Shepard l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Jun 05, 2012 lViews: 45 lComments: 0

Scuba diving is one of the adventurous and most refreshing activities known to mankind giving an opportunity to witness the life and diverse colors of underwater kingdom. While diving through deep

By: Emiley Tay l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Feb 04, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Butch Zemar

Aggressively you swim from the top of the coral reef to the bottom and back to the top just trying to see in every nick and cranny. Then all of a sudden you realize your dive is done with plenty of

By: Butch Zemar l Recreation & Sports > Scuba Diving l Feb 28, 2012 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
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