The scuba diving industry is a billion-dollar business. It is also an industry with a lot of room for growth.
With so many people interested in scuba diving, but not all of them wanting to go on vacation to do it, there is an opportunity to provide an online experience that allows anyone to learn the basics of scuba diving from the comfort of their own home.
It doesn’t matter if you are looking for something fun and exciting, or if you are interested in becoming a professional diver. We can teach you everything you need to know about getting started in scuba diving.
Our goal is to provide a platform where people can learn how to dive safely and comfortably, without having to worry about whether or not they will be able to find someone willing and able to take them out on the water when they want it.
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Exploring Scuba Diving
Dive in and explore the world of scuba diving!
We believe that the best way to experience a place is by seeing it underwater. That is why we have created easy to understand guides, blogs and reviews that will help you discover all the wonders of the ocean and its inhabitants.
Whether you are brand new to scuba diving or an experienced diver, we have resources for you from tips on choosing a dive location to recommendations for gear and training. We also explain how to care for your gear and how to stay safe during your time underwater.
Some fun Facts About Scuba Diving
Scuba diving has been around for over 100 years and is practiced by millions of people around the world. There are more than 15 different scuba diving certificates available from beginner diver certification to instructor certification and each one builds on the skills learned in previous certifications.
With scuba diving, you will learn how your body reacts underwater; how much air you need; how to use equipment like regulators, masks and funs, and how to use your dive light effectively; how to use a compass, how to avoid ocean hazards such as currents or entanglement with kelp, how to help other divers if they have problems (even if they are not wearing their own equipment); how to survive if something goes wrong during your dive (like decompression sickness) or if something happens when you are at home that requires you to make an emergency ascent (like fire or flood).
“On the surface of the ocean, men wage war and destroy each other…just a few feet beneath the surface, there is a calm and peace, unmolested by man.”– Jules Verne.