Wreck of the Hellespont Paddleboat Steamer Malta
Driven by curiosity and the need for food, "divers" have ventured beneath the surface of seas for thousands of years. Over the past years diving in Malta has become a very popular sport; many people are now trying diving for the first time. Looking for info about Wreck of the Hellespont Paddleboat Steamer Malta, or Wreck diving in Malta? Our introductory dives are the first step for beginners. You can now enjoy with a qualified diving instructor, the underwater diving experience that you could only have watched on television before.
The Maltese archipelago actually consisting of Malta, Gozo and Comino - offers not only splendid deep, clear water and marine life but also holds a deserved reputation for professionalism and safety that all together attracts divers to Malta year after year. Read about Malta dive tours and discover all there is to know about Wreck of the Hellespont Paddleboat Steamer Malta.
The first two steps in getting certified in scuba diving is to make sure that you are a reasonably proficient swimmer and you get medical clearance from your doctor to take up the sport. As for the swimming, you don't have to master every type of stroke. Scuba certification only requires that you are able to swim about 200 yards using any stroke you want and to be able to float or tread on water for about 10 minutes. Wreck of the Hellespont Paddleboat Steamer Malta If you are in good general health and are comfortable in the water, then you should be able to scuba dive without any problems.
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.
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