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Diving Acronyms on “H” & “I”

“H”

HP High Pressure

HPNS High Pressure Nervous Syndrome

HSA Handicapped Scuba Association

HSE Health and Safety Executive

“I”

IAND International Association of Read the rest of this entry »

The heated glass in cold water sweat.

Ilja V. Dubrovsky of Internet Dive Club (IDC) said a number of shortcomings when wearing a mask on his forehead. Shifted mask on his forehead sweat from his forehead and creates this very forehead not weak greenhouse effect (especially during the wait, sometimes longer), from which the newcomers are not aware of this fast tire … – However, this is true for wearing masks at the back – napekaet brains.
Second, the mask on his forehead sweat from his forehead and evaporative loses its purity, so that then the sweat and the water. – This is also true for the mask, which is heated at the back. The heated glass in cold water sweat. It is treated easily, but for a beginner can provide an additional complication.
The third mask on his forehead back a student into position quickly and easily (this is true, and it is logical) and it is very rare for Read the rest of this entry »

Panicking Diver (panicked-diver)


These instructors are required to immediately before the dive or immediately after surfacing was a mask on his face, or hung around the neck. And the claim that the mask is shifted to the forehead, usually indicates a lack of professionalism diver. The penalties for this crime too different with different instructors – from the spacers of beer for the Read the rest of this entry »

Layang Layang, – a small Island in the South China Sea

Layang Layang-(Layang Layang)

Layang Layang, – a small Island in the South China Sea, consisting of 12 connected reefs. Located about 300 km from Kota Kinabalu, the capital of Sabah in Borneo. At one time, right on the island said China, Vietnam, Philippines, and Malaysia to protect him, has built a naval base here. Before the construction of the base lived here only a bird. Now, when the resort was built and the base, of course, live here a Read the rest of this entry »

At first people were trying to walk underwater but could not because they could get no breath.

Diving History for Kids:

By Mr. Milou Torch.

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Hello kids.

I keep my speech about diving because I find an interesting topic and my father and mother have been diving. Diving is an underwater sport.

1 HISTORY

It all started that people wanted to look like underwater. This was not because they could not swim and they drowned because they could get no breath underwater. At first people were trying to walk underwater but could not because they could get no breath. Then they flooded with a hollow tube through which she breathed. This was Read the rest of this entry »

Diving Tips & Tricks (Before Diving)

Before diving into the aquatic environment is necessary to have a theoretical background. The most important thing is the team that will help us to play this fun sport and it is necessary to know every one of its components, without forgetting that, depending on the type of diving is practiced, the team members will vary in number and type of material. No less important is to know everything related to the breathing gas and with depth issues, security, navigation, etc..

It is useful to learn to make simple calculations related to the Read the rest of this entry »

Diving, a Beautiful Sport

Dive Equipment Packages

You can explore the underwater world to many of the destinations that we offer.
Looking for a hotel with a diving school in the hotel? Then here is our offer.
The Red Sea is the diving paradise
The Red Sea is visited by divers from around the world as it is one of the most beautiful coral reefs in the world is. There is also a Read the rest of this entry »

The “H” Factors in Diving (Terminology)

The “H” Factors in Diving

Half Time
Half the time it takes for a dissoved gas in a tissue (such as nitrogen) to equilibrate to a new pressure, or to reach full saturation at a new pressure. Theoretical tissue half times are used in designing dive tables and algorithms for dive computers.

Haldanian
Related to Haldane’s theory that nitrogen is taken up and given off in exponential fashion during a dive, and that there is Read the rest of this entry »

“F” Factors in Diving (Terminology)

The “F” Factors in Diving

First Stage
The part of the regulator which attaches to the scuba tank valve that lowers the tank pressure to ambient pressure + a pre-determined pressure (e.g., ambient + 140 psi). The term can also refer to the Read the rest of this entry »

CHOOSING YOUR EQUIPMENT (The Fins)

And so to our means of propulsion – the fins.

The Fins

The Fins

There are two main types of fin, shoe fin and open heel fin.
The shoe or pool fin is ideal for the beginner, being smaller and offering less surface resistance in the water and is consequently less tiring on untrained leg muscles.
Both types of fin are constructed of similar materials, rubber foot sockets and plastic blades. The open heel fin however is larger, heavier and more robustly constructed, being designed to accept a dry or wet boot and to be used in open water.

The shoe fin, as one might expect, is supplied in shoe sizes, the foot fitting into a slipper-like pocket. Fins for growing children may be purchased slightly larger in size; the slack taken up with ordinary or neoprene socks or by use of a simple device called a fin retainer.
It is important when fitting the shoe fin to Read the rest of this entry »