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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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Through our partnership with Contiki, young travelers will have the time of their lives and experience the world from a new perspective-with group trips exploring the two-thirds of the world that's covered by water-through scuba diving.
He said that scuba diving is a social sport, and can have a positive effect on disabled divers and their ability to interact with non-disabled divers
According to the standard requirements for SCUBA diving [8,9], divers shall maintain an awareness of fins, equipment and cameras, adjust buoyancy, and secure equipment to avoid contacting corals or stirring up sediment while diving.
When I was first introduced to scuba diving, I had my nervousness because of my phobia about drowning," said Morlan, who medically retired from his Air Force cable antenna maintenance career in 2011.
Scuba diving buddies Tom Billingham and The Duke of Cambridge
In Scuba, the organisation's magazine, he wrote: "I hope that one day my son, George, will also experience the wonders that snorkelling and scuba diving have to offer.
Whilst talking to British Sub-Aqua Club, the Duke of Cambridge said that scuba diving really opened his eyes not only to many extraordinary sights, but also to the responsibilities that they had as guardians of the underwater world, the Mirror reported.
The shooting happened on Saturday at Fish Buddies, a scuba diving shop owned by Mr Gilchrist on the island of Malapascua.
The better quality of diving fins into the Scuba Diving market in South Korea was one of the major trends observed in the Scuba Diving Equipment market in South Korea.
Determined to carry on having an active life, he took up scuba diving and has just returned from a trip to Lanzarote which fellow club members paid for through fundraising.
Dive Master have also supported the work of the DDRC, the Diving Diseases Research Centre, sponsoring their first Diver Medic Book, as well as other publications, including their Survey of Scuba Diving for Disabled Divers.
A NORTH East scuba diving club is holding a fundraiser for the RNLI.