How do scuba divers enter the water? This is one of the most common questions asked by beginner scuba divers. In fact, there are four prominent methods that scuba divers use to enter the water. While they might prefer one above the other, the actual entry method will also depend on the type of the boat they dive from, the water conditions, the depth on the dive site and so on. Here is a list of the four methods that scuba divers should master in order to enter the water and embark on another exciting scuba diving adventure.
Scuba diving, or any other outdoor activity for that matter, should all be about enjoying being in nature and marveling at the beauty of it. Unfortunately trash has become a somewhat integral part of almost any adventure. It seems to be literally flooding our planet. Sadly, only a small percentage of people actually seem to care.
Indonesia has some of the world’s best diving locations to offer. Some of them are not accessible from land or they are part of remote national parks and protected areas. A liveaboard scuba vacation is a popular way to get to dive and explore these Indonesian dive sites.
Returning to my happy place
In September of 2014 a friend and I embarked on a year-long trip to, and around Asia. It had been a life-long dream to travel by rail from London to Shanghai via Bejing, so we set off to make the dream a reality before being let loose on all of the wonders that this magnificent region has to offer.
How your sunscreen affects marine life
Sunscreen is an effective way to prevent the negative effects of ultraviolet radiation from the sun. It reduces the risk of undesirable skin conditions such as sunburn and skin cancer. Some manufacturers also suggest that you need to re-apply sunscreen after your body makes a longer contact with water. Sweat can also reduce sunscreen’s efficacy so re-applying is a safe way to make sure you are well protected under the heat.