Scuba was invented for recreational and practical purposes. Some use SCUBA to experience underwater life in person, whereas others use SCUBA to perform underwater tasks, such as welding.
The vest is simply called a scuba vest. It's to hold your air tank and regulators :)
Either, depending on context. Usually, if used as a noun it is SCUBA; as an adjective, as in scuba diver, it is just scuba.
A scuba diver is a human who enjoys scuba diving. Therefore, a scuba diver has a spine and is a vertebrate.
The purpose of a depth gauge is to measure the depth of water. It is used by scuba divers to make sure they don't go too deep because the deeper they go the more pressure the water is.
They take scuba lessons from a certified scuba instructor.
'SCUBA' is a noun, referring to the breathing apparatus. 'SCUBA dive' is the verb, with 'SCUBA dived' as the past-tense form.
Many scuba stores sell scuba diving cameras. Check a scuba gear stores in your area. This will allow you to compare cameras and get advise from fellow scuba divers.
To learn to scuba dive you need to go a scuba diving course.
There are scuba diving classes and popular scuba diving areas in Sydney, Australia. Scuba diving clubs are not advertised in that area.
SCUBA stands for: self-contained underwater breathing apparatus.
Scuba diving equipment can be found at local scuba diving shop or alternatively at one of the scuba shops on the internet. Some internet sites are Joe Diver America and Scuba Gear Canada.
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. ! !
No, but "scuba-diving" is a verb.
SCUBA. It is an acronym and not normally translated. I know SCUBA is used in both Spain and Mexico.
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A cardinal rule for scuba diving tanks is to never completely empty your scuba diving tank. When planning your scuba dives, it is important that you consider to complete your dive with enough air left within your scuba diving tank.
In the word SCUBA the letter B stands for breathing.
It's an acronym: Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus = SCUBA (not scuba)
No, they can't scuba-dive.
Scuba was invented by the navy.
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.
I usually do scuba diving in ponds and sometimes in the ocean. You can scuba dive anywhere that the public is allowed to swim.