Have you ever hoped that you could float weightlessly like an astronaut, exploring the unusual species like a field researcher, or looking for lost objects like a treasure hunter?
Scuba diving can make this come true! Scuba diving is relatively easy and only requires a short period of training to get started.
Whatever your goal for diving is, such as fish watching, ocean conservation, or simply meeting adventurous people, seventy percent of the globe becomes accessible to you the moment you learn to breathe underwater! Contact us to book your place.
Here are easy steps to take to start learning to scuba dive.
Do you meet the physical requirements?
With the advances in diving equipment, medicine, and training, people of all ages and sizes can safely learn to dive. Many people that have a good level of physical fitness and are comfortable in the water can scuba dive. Surfing is also another watersport that requires a high level of fitness and training. See more info here.
There are, however medical conditions that are contraindicated for scuba diving. Be sure to read the fitness and medical for diving questionnaire before enrolling in a scuba diving course. Click here.
Learning to use the right equipment
While diving has some inherent risks, these risks can be effectively managed when divers learn to check and use their gear properly and to follow safe diving guidelines. Find out the rules of other watersports.
A wide range of scuba diving courses are available to allow divers to start enjoying the underwater world safely.
Most scuba diving centres offer everything from “try dives” (where curious people can show up and try scuba diving in a pool with no commitment) to open water courses which certify a diver for life.
Learn how to dive in Bournemouth
However, if you want to experience diving in the sea, why not head down to one of the most scenic spots in England and enjoy discovering what’s hidden below our surface. Bournemouth has so much to offer, especially when it comes to watersports and diving.
There are various diving schools in Bournemouth, however we recommend Bournemouth and Poole Dive Club as it is one of the oldest dive clubs in the country. Find out more.
If you need somewhere to stay during your dive holiday, check out what self catering holiday lets in Bournemouth are available. The best thing about holiday lets is that they are affordable and offer you the flexibility of choosing exactly what you require.