A wetsuit for scuba diving is 10x thicker than any other wetsuits in order to conserve heat deep underwater. Surfing and kite surfing suits are generally thinner and more flexible than scuba diving wetsuits.
It's important to understand that there is a difference between wetsuits made for swimming, like triathlon wetsuits, and those made for other purposes, like scuba diving and surfing. Triathlon wetsuits allow the shoulders to move freely, facilitating the swim stroke, and are thinner than other types to stay within rules for the amount of buoyancy they provide.
Wetsuits can be used in a variety of sports and activities. These include; diving, deep sea diving, surfing, body surfing, windsurfing, canoeing, white water rafting, and many other water sports.
Free diving is diving without scuba. Skin diving means diving without a wetsuit or scuba. Since you can free dive without a wetsuit they can be the same thing but they are not necessarily always the same thing.
A wetsuit, a drysuit
You can use a water proof portable CD player for diving and surfing.
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Standard diving equipement, with the use of a drysuit instead of a wetsuit. A battery operated suit heater would be optional.
Different types of water sports may require different types of wetsuits. Surfing, scuba diving, and swimming wetsuits all have different requirements and are therefor constructed and designed differently to accommodate for the sports.
Possibly as the tri-wetsuit might not be designed to swim in salt water though I'd be surprised if salt water was harder on the suit than chlorinated water
Regulator is what you breathe in
They do surfing scuba diving and even cheerleading.
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The difference between "regular" diving and synchronized diving is the scoring and the athletes. In "regular" diving one diver goes at a time and that one diver is scored based on that one dive. In synchronized diving, TWO people do the SAME DIVE at the SAME TIME to try and be as accurate and identical to each other as possible. The two athletes are then given ONE score for both dives based on their precision and timing.
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Depends on the make. I got my stuff second hand, a drysuit, wetsuit, hood, BCD for £350.
Yes. The thickness of the wetsuit most certainly factors into your buoyancy. Less neoprene equates to less lead. Cold water divers learn this quickly when vacationing south.