A Beginner’s Guide to Scuba Diving


You may or may not be aware that about 78% of our blue planet is underwater, which means that most people will never experience almost two thirds of our world. It is a completely different world once you submerge in the ocean and it is something that we all should experience; indeed, once you experience the marine life, you will want to explore some more and in this short article, we offer a basic outline of scuba diving.

The Equipment

There are quite a few essentials, such as:

  • Wet or dry suit
  • Scuba tank
  • Buoyancy control device (BCD)
  • Regulator
  • Submersible pressure gauge) SPG)
  • Mask & snorkel
  • Fins

For a great introduction into scuba diving, pay a visit to Freestyle Divers in Fujairah where you can try out the experience in a safe environment. If you enjoy that, you can enroll in the PADI Open Water course, which is very comprehensive and upon completion, you are a qualified scuba diver.

Minimising Risk

Like most sports and activities, there are risks when scuba diving and you will learn safety procedures as you progress through the course. You should never dive alone, as you have no one to assist you in the event you have an issue; buddy diving is the safest way to explore the oceans and you are taught what to do in the event your partner needs assistance. Check out the many interesting blogs on, a platform with many categories.

Trying Out the Diving Experience

Scuba diving is not for everyone, some people find it claustrophobic to be immersed in water, which is understandable and the best way to find out is to visit a dive centre, where experts can enter a pool with you to allow you to experience being underwater. Most people love scuba diving and you can book a place on the next PADI Open Water course and get ready for a truly unique experience. If you would like to learn more about PADI, search with Google for a diving school website where you will find course details; read the FAQ page and you will probably find the answers to your questions.

Best Diving Locations

Countries such as United Arab Emirates host some of the best diving locations in the world, with crystal clear waters and an abundance of marine life. The Red Sea is one such place, while southern Thailand is another diving hotspot and some parts of the West Indies are great for underwater exploration.

Try scuba diving and see what a beautiful world awaits you!


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