The following article will briefly introduce two types of scuba diving currently popular: Snorkeling and Diving. Hope to help you understand a little about them and not surprised when participating in scuba diving.
Snorkeling is snorkeling and swimming goggles. With the type you will swim on the water with a snorkel and face the water to see the coral reefs below.
Hearing this, many people will wonder if they can not join swimming if they do not know how to swim? Because Snorkeling is swimming on the water and looking down below, so if you can’t swim, you can wear a life jacket. For those who already know how to swim, I can dive deeper to see better.
Diving is a type of deep diving with scuba equipment. To join this category requires a little knowledge of scuba diving. Often before diving, someone will teach you the basics of using a dive, such as hand signals, using oxygen tanks.
Here you will be wearing a life jacket connected to an oxygen tank. When diving, you just gradually withdraw the gas from life jackets and when you want to float, too.
Usually when you go down to each meter of water, you have the same feeling. For a normal person, it is possible to dive up to a maximum of about 11m in a period of 30 minutes due to the pressure and temperature below it varies quite a lot.
If diving takes too much effort, the best solution is a mini scuba diving device – Scorkl. The size is not as bulky as a regular oxygen tank but provides up to 10 ‘below the surface of the water.
Besides, the remarkable feature of this scuba mini oxygen tank is when it takes 10 minutes to go underwater. You can go ashore to fill the tank and continue your adventure without any support from the instructor.