What a great living diving!

What a great living diving!

Living diving is a new way of life to explore the underwater world. It allows you to get closer to nature, enjoy the beautiful scenery, see the various biological relationships that coexist in the underwater world, and appreciate colorful coral reefs, giant sea turtles, and even Sharks, swarms of sardines are displayed right in front of you, all kinds of breathtaking marine life, you can’t help but fall into their beauty, forget the stress and troubles of daily life, if you are with a group of certified divers Diving with them means you can use their experience, knowledge, and equipment to help you learn how to dive safely and effectively.


What do you need to prepare for living diving?

(1) Diving equipment: Living diving equipment includes scuba diving equipment, air supply devices and other accessories, such as masks and snorkels-this is what you use to breathe underwater. A mask allows you to see underwater, while a snorkel allows you to breathe easily through your mouth or nose, and also see clearly through the lenses of the mask, and most importantly it should be able to provide adequate oxygen supply can meet your needs during diving, and you can also choose a diving suit that meets your requirements and fits your body shape, which is more secure for the diving process.

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(2) Before starting living diving, you need to have enough awareness of your body: you will need to know how to swim (at least 50 meters). You also have to know how to breathe underwater and control your buoyancy (in case you need it). If this is your first time doing this, we recommend taking an introductory course in the pool before diving into life. This will allow you to get used to breathing underwater, stabilize your buoyancy and get used to the sensation of being underwater without putting any pressure on your ears or sinuses. It is also recommended that you take care of yourself before doing a live dive: make sure you are not sick (vomiting, diarrhea…), that you do not have allergies and that you do not have any open wounds or cuts on your body (especially around the mouth).

(3) Master the relevant training knowledge: Only by mastering the required skills can you enjoy a safer living diving. You must pass various tests to obtain certification from relevant departments at home and abroad. Training time varies from case to case, but generally takes around 2 weeks (including theory). The minimum requirements are first aid knowledge; oxygen resuscitation skills; deep sea rescue skills training; basic knowledge of decompression sickness prevention measures; underwater basic knowledge, etc.

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