you need to be 10 to scuba dive.
To learn to scuba dive you need to go a scuba diving course.
You you either need a bathysphere or "scuba" equipment.
Old people don't need to get in the ocean
Because of the pressure on your sinuses. It's kind I like when you need to even out the pressure on your ear drums when you scuba dive.
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.
Mask, fins, snorkel, SCUBA tanks, Buoyancy Control Device and weights. It's also nice to have a wetsuit and dive computer.Also, see the answer in the question "What is the required equipment for scuba diving?"
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.
I am a scuba diver. To start SCUBA, you must pass training. Many training centers are available in many areas.
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.
There is a store called Scuba Dive that sells equipment and gear in Ocean City
This depends in most areas. In the US, you can scuba dive at 14 and get a Junior Scuba Certification, but you would need a certified adult with you. However, at 16, you would get a regular certification. In the Caribbean, you need to be 16 to scuba dive. In other areas the age limit depends, but in most places it is around 14 or 16.
Yes, but regional differences may vary as to 'how often'...
it is a lobster and you need to scuba dive to get it
yes. when you take the required training to dive you will learn everything you need to know to be safe as you dive. as always theres always risks to things. same as taking a risk when you drive a car or ride in a airplane.
As far as I know, No you do not.
You will need to train with a certified SCUBA company. PADI and BSAC are two of the best known. Try their websites for local dive clubs which will run training couses.
Yes to ensure that as you dive you know the precautions -- you are safe from any danger.
There are no prerequisites to be a scuba diver, you just need to have the money. You do need to take a swimming test, but this isn't too hard. even a lousy swimmer can complete it.
so that if you are at the surface, and you need to swim to get to your boat or to shore, you do not use your precious air supply. instead, you use the snorkel.
Yes, you can if you have a lobster license. You can get one easily. However, after a certain amount, you need a commercial license. If you can find a pond or lake with them, you can dive for them with a license.
You need a wetsuit/drysuit, first and second stage apparatus, a snorkel (to save air), whistle/airhorn, buddy, certification, scuba tanks, and you would need a mask, defogger, and there is some optional equipment that you may need.
Most often, 30 foot dives will take place in open water. There are some dive training centers with dive pools that may be deep enough. If you are planning to free dive (hold your breath at surface, dive, and return), you can go out into open water and try some free diving, shallow at first. Do not do this without a swim/dive buddy. If you want to dive SCUBA, you'll need to get certified first to avoid killing yourself. When ascending after breathing air under pressure, you'll need to do it properly. Free dive or SCUBA dive, I would never recommend diving without a swim/dive buddy with you.
You don't need a licence to go scuba diving, but most people need to undergo formal training before they can scuba dive. Different agencies will take divers at different agencies, but the bigger agencies will usually not train anyone younger than 10 years old. However, some agencies insist that a student be 16 or 17 before learning to dive.