scuba diving

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scuba diving

[′skü·bə ‚dīv·iŋ]
(engineering)
Any of various diving techniques using self-contained underwater breathing apparatus.
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Before he died John had been working for deep sea diving firm Subsea 7, in the North Sea.
I could've done with a couple of oxygen tanks and a deep sea diving suit, such was the ferocity of the gurgling down below.
Highly-trained hands of fellow divers secure a deep sea diving helmet on one of their crew as he prepares for a test in the recompression chamber at the School for Deep Sea Divers, Washington, D.
He was a deep sea diving instructor for the British Sub Aqua Club and became resident manager there.
Founded in 2007 and led by an internationally renowned deep sea diving expert, Blu Vu designs and develops proprietary closed-circuit rebreathers and components for deep sea oil & gas exploration and production, as well as breathing systems for mining, search and rescue, fire, building safety and hazardous materials applications.
James has an adventurous bone and loves boxing, deep sea diving and cliff jumping.
Well, you can only but guess my complete shock when my surface skiing became more like deep sea diving, and my life is now transformed.
Contact sports similarly get a big no for the same reason and doctors warn against deep sea diving and climbing at altitude because it causes changes in your baby's circulation.
Trainers from the Professional Association of Diving Instructors have been training local people and it is hoped that in the days to come, Maharashtra's beaches will attract tourists interested in scuba diving, snorkeling and deep sea diving.
In these fabulous islands go deep sea diving, or try your hands at some fun water sports.
If we're fortunate enough to get a deep sea diving suit on ebay, we've then got to find room for it in her suitcase.
The creatures, complete with sound effects, were brought to the city centre by Lloyd Scott - who is best known for completing the London marathon in a deep sea diving suit.