For many people, diving is a dangerous sport and costs a lot of money. If you have the opportunity to experience this kind of sports, give it a try, I’m sure that it won’t let you down.
1. Scuba Diving is not a dangerous sport at all.
Just like other games, there are safety rules and regulations when you come to dive to minimize your risk of something bad happens. Scuba diving has high safety standards and regulations which are easy to learn. In addition, Scuba has low risk just like bowling. When you listen to the guidelines carefully, there is no need to worry much.
2. Costs for Scuba diving
You can completely equip yourself with a “head-to-toe” diving suit, including knives, lights, and even underwater cameras like GoPro and so on. However, to reduce the cost you can rent everything for your course, there are 3 simple things you should buy in order to be able to learn more easily, that is the propeller, the mask and the snorkel.
Diving equipment can be expensive at first, but they can be used for a long time. The device you buy will make you “broke” a little bit. But it’s sure that you don’t have to invest more for the next few years, even if used regularly. When comparing equipment prices with the time used, you will find your diving equipment is not expensive at all.
3. Time of learning to dive
In the 60-70s, a diving course can last several weeks. But now, courses are divided into several levels so that you can participate in just a few days. You can even start your own theory course with a home study program, join in the local pool, and choose the area you will practice. Not just that, you can complete your diving certification and explore the bottom of the sea in just a few weeks.
4. Physical strength
Of course, any sport will be easier if you have good strength. If you do not have any illnesses, you can participate without the need for physical train ! If you can climb a few floors and walk for a while without getting tired, you can completely dive.