Becasue if a Scuba diver didn't go underwater, they really wouldn't be a SCUBA diver. SCUBA stands for Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus.
Q: What did the walrus say when he was late? A: "I would have been here sooner, but my iceberg hit a ship." Q: Why is the ocean blue? A: Because all the fish go blu, blu, blu. One day, a scuba diver was enjoying the aquatic world 30 feet underwater. He noticed a guy at the same depth he was, with no scuba gear on whatsoever. The diver went down to 60 feet, and noticed the guy headed down with him. The diver descended to 90 feet and saw the guy still headed down toward him. The diver finally stopped at 130 feet underwater and found the guy right next to him. The scuba diver was impressed that this guy was able to go so deep without any scuba gear, so he took his underwater slate and wrote, "How are you able to go to 130 feet underwater with any scuba equipment." When he showed to the him, the guy ripped the slate out of his hands and wrote, "I'm drowning you fool!" Q: How is a walrus like a banana? A: You'd better find out, because if you ever try to peel a walrus... Yo momma is so fat, when she jumped in the ocean the Whales started singing "We are family ..."
The record depth for a scuba diver is 313 meters. That is probably about the limit before pressure changes when surfacing would prove fatal. A diver could probably go deeper without being killed but wouldn't get to the surface again alive.
Go scuba diving!
I think you mean BUSEAR, which means to go scuba diving. El buseo = scuba diving. Buseador = scuba diver.
Diver's use an aqualung when they go scuba diving.
It has changed in many ways, from crude equipment to allow a person to breathe underwater in very shallow depths to modern equipment which allows a diver to reach great depths, relatively speaking. Go to the Related Link to read about the History of scuba:
"Scuba scooter" is usually just slang for a diver propulsion vehicle (or DPV). It is basically like a torpedo with handles that a diver can ride. It enable the diver to go further, faster and using less air (because she gets less tired from swimming).
Contact local SCUBA or PADI for info or go to Cancun and pay $500 for a 3 day course to become certified
they need to know how long they can be underwater, and how deep they can go with the air in the tank.
Scientists usually use scuba gear to explore underwater like goggles, air tanks and a wet suit. They use submarines to go where there is very high pressure.
Yes, I am a scuba diver and I have dived with many sharks, some of which I could have reached out and touched.