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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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He is a shining example of the benefits of being active and enjoying water sports and in particular scuba diving.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the scuba diving equipment market in South Korea for 2016-2020.
An excellent example of Sea Cadets scuba diving can be found in the surrounding areas of Edmonton, Alberta.
While highly-qualified and certified scuba diving operators are obviously the best bet, the lure of quick-buck is attracting many people -- and there are many operating in Dubai, according to industry experts -- who are unaware of the dangers this may pose.
To establish Malaysia as a tourist destination renowned SCUBA diving in the world, the challenges and constraints preserve the sustainability of diving destination must be addressed and rectify from its source.
The DOT through its attached agency, the Philippine Commission on Sports Scuba Diving (PCSSD), recently concluded consultations with industry veterans and representatives of certifying agencies to finalize the guidelines that "will regulate and streamline the Philippine scuba diving industry," according to PCSSD executive director Karen Chan.
When police searched their car and an inflatable speedboat, they found dry suits, scuba diving equipment and the Seabob.
Even though the retired staff sergeant was interested in adaptive scuba diving, one obstacle was in the way, and it wasn't his amputated right leg.
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Tom, a student at Halesowen College, said: "It was fantastic to be part of the BSAC scuba diving team and a once-in-alifetime opportunity to be there.
THE Duke of Cambridge showed o his "bu credentials" when he donned a wetsuit and went scuba diving to mark becoming president of the activity's governing body.