Contacts are okay as long as they are the soft kind. If you wear hard lenses it is not advisable to wear them at pressure, or while Scuba diving.
I am reporting in, my instructor wears contacts for tech dives to 250' plus, and I have worn contacts for 52 dives to depths of 125' without issue. Many modern soft contacts are 'gas permeable' meaning gas can escape through them. I decided to play it safe prior to getting contacts for diving and went to a full blown ophthalmologist (not just some fool at a glasses store). He said that it wouldn't be an issue at all.
I am a scuba instructor for more than 25 years with thousands of dives as well as being a tech diver that has made multiple 400 foot dives. I too wear contacts and have never had a problem. I wear "hard" lenses referred to as rigid gas permeable lenses. Gas exchange does occur and there are no known problems. There is also no pressure differential where you can't equalize a contact lens ... otherwise they would be popping off during an ascent - which simply does not occur. I have only had a lens come out twice during my years of diving and my mask has always trapped the lens for me.
No, they can't scuba-dive.
Discover scuba is an introductory scuba experience..... Designed to let someone acquaint themselves with the feel of breathing underwater.... Wearing dive equipment...etc. The dive may be used toward the open water cert.
To learn to scuba dive you need to go a scuba diving course.
you need to be 10 to scuba dive.
children should not scuba dive.
A scuba diver can purchase many things for scuba diving at the Air Hog online shop. They can purchase dive knives, dive lights, dive computers, and dive bags which will help them in scuba diving.
You can scuba dive if you have the contaceptive implant. There are no activity restrictions associated with this method.
They take scuba lessons from a certified scuba instructor.
I went scuba diving. I am going to go scuba diving. I want to go scuba diving. You say it like you would surfing, or skiing. you add -ing to dive to get diving. ex. I scuba dove the reefs. I want to scuba dive tomorrow. I went scuba diving this summer. ! !
you can scuba dive anywhere in Florida. google scuba diving locations to find a place near you. the most popular place is the keys. i would suggest you travel farther south in the Caribbean to dive.
You can scuba dive in several places. You can dive in the Caribbean, such as Jamaica, and the other islands. However, you have to be 16 to dive there at all. You can dive in several other places, but for more information you could ask a travel agent. You can also Scuba dive at Manly beach(shelly Beach)
You can scuba dive in any state
No, you don't need a certain body type to scuba dive. Because you use flippers to SCUBA dive, you can be a very lousy swimmer and learn to SCUBA dive. You may look stupid with a very tight wet suit during scuba diving, but you can dive. When I got certified, I learned that you have a very slightly higher chance of the Bends during scuba diving, but this is a small percentage. The pros of scuba diving outweigh the cons.
a great place to scuba dive is Egypt also dubi and turkey there also scuba diving sessions at sea life centres everywhere too.
No you cannot.
There are no legal requirements to scuba dive. In other words, anyone can scuba dive without breaking a law (assuming you are not doing an illegal underwater activity such as illegal fishing). However, if you are not certified, you will not be able to rent or buy equipment or get someone to fill your scuba cylinder.
There are a few shops in Naples, FL that offer to opportunity to purchase scuba equipment, one of them is The Naples Florida Scuba Dive Shop which offers everything you would need to scuba dive.
There are many companies and websites that offer dive lights for sale. Some of these companies that offer scuba dive lights are Divers Supply, Nocturnal Lights and Scuba.
'SCUBA' is a noun, referring to the breathing apparatus. 'SCUBA dive' is the verb, with 'SCUBA dived' as the past-tense form.