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How do you scuba dive for the first time?

How do you scuba dive for the first time?

10 tips for your first time diving

  1. Choose a good day to train. The weather conditions can affect your day of diving.
  2. Don´t leave any questions unanswered. Do not go underwater if you still have doubts.
  3. Breathe.
  4. Follow your instinct.
  5. Don’t touch anything.
  6. Rise cautiously.
  7. Do not move too much.
  8. Be a good partner.

What are the basics of scuba diving?

8 Basic Scuba Diving Skills You Should Master

  • Assemble Your Dive Gear.
  • Communicate Underwater.
  • Control Your Buoyancy.
  • Recover and Clear a Regulator.
  • Clear a Flooded Mask.
  • Release a Cramp.
  • Breathe Off a Free-Flowing Regulator.
  • Handling an Out-of-Air Situation.

Is scuba diving hard for beginners?

As active recreational pastimes go, scuba diving is one of the easiest to learn. While you’re gliding around enjoying the underwater sights, you’re engaged in only three basic skills: floating, kicking and breathing.

How much does it cost to become a scuba diver?

Yes, scuba diving is an expensive hobby. You can expect to spend roughly $300 to receive your diving certification, anywhere from $200 – $2,000 on scuba diving gear, and anywhere between $75 – $150 per dive. How much does it cost for scuba diving?

What is the best scuba diving in the world?

Cape Kri – Raja Ampat,Indonesia. Great marine life: Manta Rays,Sharks,Barracudas and giant trevallies.

  • Barracuda Point – Sipadan Island. World class Malaysian dive site.
  • Blue Corner – Palau,Micronesia.
  • Thistlegorm – Egyptian Red Sea.
  • Shark&Yolanda Reef – Egyptian Red Sea.
  • The Yongala – Queensland,Australia.
  • Great Blue Hole – Belize.
  • How do I learn to scuba dive?

    Knowledge development sessions,in our air-conditioned classroom

  • Equipment
  • Dive procedures and techniques
  • Planning a dive
  • Confined water skills practice
  • Open water dives
  • Where to learn scuba diving?

    – Includes “Core SCUBA Gear” rental for pool & open water dives – Includes eLearning, interactive sessions, Pool sessions & Open Water dives – Fees apply for changes/missed sessions or dives. – Fees may apply for additional session/pool/dive time if desired. – 5% discount on Core Diving Gear purchased for 30 days after completing course.