Diving tips for beginners (Part 1)

A new diver learn something on every trip. When beginners getting acquainted with equipment and procedures, at first diving can be stressful. But the more fun you’ll have the more you know and that is not what diving is all about. If you prepare well before you dive it will be a great experience. Here are top tips for new divers to make diving better than your last.

  1. Wear a snorkel

For some reason, while trying to breath new divers would rather fight splashing waves. They don’t want to float on the surface with regulator in the mouths. While waiting to descend I always use a snorkel which prevent some form of water from boarding to me. Using a snorkel is a good way to maintain normal breathing and to keep water out of your mouth without using air from your tank when the water is choppy. How you want to start a dive is not means distressed breathing before you descend.

  1. Follow a dive log

After each dive you can record so much information although very few divers fill out dive logs. These are all bits of information need to be remembered such as it was a good site or not, what weight you used what you saw, and bottom time versus depth. It’s easy to recall what you saw after a dive one or two days, but if someone asks you six months later you can not remember.

  1. Choose fitting mask

As for most divers, a rental mask is my diving introduction, which meant a lot of constant clearing and leaking. This can be stressful until you become comfortable performing a mask clear. Spend trying out every mask a fair amount of time at the dive shop, and when you found one youlike, one less thing to worry about is water in the diving mask.