PADI Scuba Diving Lessons: PADI Night Diver Course

PADI Scuba Lessons
As the sun sets, you don your dive gear, slip on your scuba mask and bite down on your dive regulator. A deep breath and you step off the boat into the underwater night. Although youve seen this reef many times before, this time you drop into a whole new world and watch it come to life under the glow of your dive light.

Visit or your PADI Dive Centre or Resort

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Sidemount scuba diving with a single cylinder

The “modular bcd” or buoyancy device being used in this video, is a specialist “cave diving” piece of equipment, requiring specialist training. Sidemount buoyancy devices for “Open Water” diving environment will require more lift capacity; see the current “commercial” products like the Hollis SMS 100 or Dive Rite Nomad… Steve Martin, This video shows diving with a single sidemounted cylinder and open water diving skills using sidemounted configuration. Dives made using the Steve Bogaerts designed razor sidemount harness. Location Ponderosa, Mexico – filmed by Jason from, edited by Steve from

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Sidemount Scuba Diving Training Course

Steve Martin, PADI & DSAT TecRec Sidemount (twin cylinder) training course promotional video. Course can be taken in twin cylinders, single cylinder course is optional. These dives were made using the Steve Bogaerts designed razor side mount harness. Other harnesses that can be modified are Golem Gear Armadillo, Dive Rite Nomad, Hollis SMS 100. Location Ponderosa, Mexico – filmed by Jason from, edited by Steve from

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Diving Scuba | Scuba Diving Vacation — Enjoying Diving Scuba on Your Vacation

Do you want to experience seeing anemone fish or clown fish right from its habitant?

Why dont you try diving scuba?

Some of you might be thinking that this kind of activity requires a very long time training session and advanced diving skill.

Well, the fact is there are a lot of kinds of diving scuba, and you must be surprised that today with the advancement on technology, even the worst swimmer in the world can enjoy this activity.

Initially, diving scuba is considered as technical activity for military need or underwater research exploration.

However, today the popularity of this activity is progressively increasing along with the development of tourism in a tropical area with warm water.

In a simpler word, diving is no longer a technical activity but also a recreational activity.

However, there is one significant different between those two kinds of diving activities,

recreational diving is a kind of diving activity with maximum depth around 40 meters or 130 feet because beyond that depth the diver will need specialized equipment, which is mostly used for technical diving.

In some parts of tropical countries, diving scuba is a commercial business.

Caribbean islands are one of the most favorite sites in the world, and then followed by Honduras and some small islands such as Bida Noka and Hin Daeng in Thailand or Lombok in Indonesia.

However, though diving scuba is not a dangerous activity, but you are not recommended to dive all by yourself,

whatever the reason is you must be accompanied by at least one well-trained diver to guide you.

So, are you interested to try this kind of activity? Well, sure you do.

What are you waiting for? Pick a site and pack your dive equipment right away.

For further information about Diving Scuba, please visit:

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Learn English 57 – Scuba Diving

EF podEnglish improves your English with bite-sized 5 minute videos. Perfect for beginners, intermediate and advanced students, these video lessons are as good as having an English teacher in your pocket! Created by EF & Englishtown, the world’s largest language school with over 400 schools in over 50 countries worldwide. Subscribe to weekly podEnglish episodes

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