the beautiful, and often mysterious,
underwater world is like no other
experience on earth. Before taking a
deep dive, enthusiasts must gain
certification by passing a course
offered by a certified scuba diving
agency. Read more at:
Training and Certification
Swimmers must follow the instructions of
lifeguards and obey posted information
about water conditions, tides and other
For inexperienced recreational swimmers,
many safety hazards exist-even in a
pool. These hazards include misjudging a
dive and hitting one's head on the
bottom, holding one's breath too long
and experiencing sudden cramps.
In rivers and oceans, all swimmers
should respect the power of nature.
Powerful waves, tides, and currents can
easily overpower even the most
experienced swimmers, sweeping them out
beyond safety or throwing them into
coral or rocks.
water sports and safety information.
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It is something that has to be
experienced for oneself. Passionate
about the underwater world and the sense
of liberty it brings, leisure diving
allows the freedom to explore a
beautiful landscape or its flora.
Whether on your own or in a group,
leisure diving will seduce and empassion
you. Leisure diving is practiced at
depths of less than 130 ft (39 m). From
these depths, divers can make a straight
ascent to the surface. Diving beyond
this limit requires advanced training.