What is Scuba Diving?
Scuba Diving (SCUBA) is an abbreviation for Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus. Scuba diving is done with the help of professional diving equipment, completely independent from the surface. Millions of people around the world perform scuba diving every year to explore the fascinating underwater world.
Find time for scuba diving, which is one of the most enjoyable sports on earth, with the right training and professional equipment. When you speak to divers, you will notice that almost all of them say that they did not think about anything during the dive, that they completely forgot their personal problems and found peace in this magical world.
A regulator connected to a high pressure filled tank and the BCD vest, which provides balance, are the main pieces of diving equipment. A mask that helps us see underwater, the fins that facilitate our movement and the wetsuit that protects our body complete the equipment. A dive computer, flashlight, gloves, booties, a compass, a writing board, etc. are called auxiliary equipment which will make our diving safer and more enjoyable.