Technical scuba divers do, but recreational divers do not.
The collective noun is a bubble of scuba divers.
Many people use a SCUBA suit for diving. Sport divers, police divers and some Navy recovery divers.
Free divers do but scuba divers do not need to. Scuba divers take their air with them and would have no need to hyperventilate.
Scuba divers also wear lead weights on a belt
Scuba regulators, also called 'diving regulators', are vital for scuba divers to properly obtain oxygen from a tank. Regulators are available for purchase through diving specialty stores such as Prime Scuba, House of Scuba, and Divers Direct.
Scuba divers fall backwards out of a boat because the tank breaks the water so they don't get hurt.
Like all adults or older teenagers; scuba divers need English and Maths also physics and scuba diving training. Hope I answered your question xx
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I think that Scuba Divers go to learn about fish or improve the human's knowledge. I know that I enjoy scuba diving and it seems like the perfect way to learn. It can also be fantastic to see the different things that we are sharing Earth with!
Skin divers are people who dive into the ocean without using special equipment, unlike Scuba divers.
It is not SCUBA. Scuba divers are well trained. Accidents happen but considering the number of divers out there scuba is quite safe. Jogging and riding a bicycle would rate much higher.
can all be conveniently found at your local dive stores next SCUBA DIVE CLASS. the safety rules for SCUBA divers is not a simple list, but a learning of the concepts of entering a hazardous environment.
The Patron Saint Index lists no patron of SCUBA divers. The Patron Saint of scuba divers is: = Saint Brendan = Saint Brendan the Navigator was a 6th century Irish priest that voyaged through much of Ireland and the North Atlantic spreading the Gospel. It is even believed that he made landfall on North America. Brendan is a patron saint of sailors but not SCUBA divers.
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scuba - self contained underwater breathing apparatus
a combination of SCUBA tank(s) attached to a SCUBA regulator
No. On average about 17 recreational scuba divers die each year. That is a low number (for 10,000,000 scuba divers worldwide), but I am pretty sure it is higher than the number of people who die bowling.
They don't necessarily have to be, I think.