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The Open Water Class - the first step and first contact of most people to SCUBA diving. Usually after a few class sessions and a few pool sessions, you are ready for your open water skill test with your instructors from Aquatica Dives. In the Open Water Class, you will learn the basics of SCUBA diving from setting up your dive equipment to how to react and solve basic emergencies under water. You will also learn basic SCUBA diving terms such as decompression, narc and safety stop. At the end of the class, you will be rewarded and certified to dive in open water up to 60ft.
Make sure that the scuba diving course you are interested in taking in Malta as well as its instructor are certified with one of the major scuba diving training agencies. This will ensure that you get proper, safe training for both the technical background knowledge and practical skills required for certification as a scuba diver. You also want to end up with an internationally recognized certification card if you want to go scuba diving at various locations around the world.
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Fish - the waters washing around the narrow constrictions between the Maltese islands are rich in nutrients, providing ideal conditions for marine flora and fauna to flourish offering an unrivalled boost of fish in all sizes. Scuba Diving equipment rental in Malta, Blenheim Bomber Wreck Dive - Caves - Diving in Malta, Gozo and Comino you have reached the official Mecca if this is your great interest! There is a spectacular world hidden in the caves, chimneys, archways and breathtaking drop-offs close by the shore. However, it is important to bear in mind that some of the dives are classified as cave dives and special diving training is required. If you would like to adventure into deep diving, Malta diving holidays, there are training courses and excellent Malta dive sites for this purpose.
Just about anyone can become a diver, taking an internationally recognised Malta diving course. Malta diving holidays - Scuba diving is open to men, women and children with few limitations on age and health for safety purposes. Anyone 15 years old or older can become an Open Water Diver. Children between the ages of 10 and 15 can receive a Junior Open Water Diver certification. At the age of 15 they can upgrade to a regular Open Water Diver certification. In general, anyone in good average health who meets the age requirement can participate. As a safety measure, a routine medical questionnaire must be completed prior to diving. If anything on the questionnaire indicates a risky condition, you should get a medical checkup to make sure it's acceptable to dive. You will then be free to discover all about St Pauls Islands during your holiday!
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