What Type of Scuba Diving You Enjoyed Most
Ocean world is such a wonderful place to explore there are a lot of new creatures to discover and shipwrecks to explore. When it comes to ocean exploration there are 2 kinds of exciting activities that you can enjoy Snorkeling and Scuba Diving. The difference between the two is that snorkeling is swimming beneath the ocean surface using a mask and breathing tube, while scuba diving with the help of scuba equipment such as breathing apparatus helps divers to breathe underwater and go far deep longer.
In the Maldives Liveaboard Scuba Diving is becoming more popular, The intention is to attain far destinations or take in as many dives and explore the remote diving sites in the Maldives, liveaboard holidays offer extraordinary benefits enjoying all types of scuba diving that you surely don’t want to miss.
There are two kinds of scuba diving freshwater diving and saltwater diving, In Maldives diving is characterized by medium or strong currents such as:
A Thila is an underwater island. The Thila that are within a Kandu is usually the diving spots with the strongest currents but also the most diverse sea life.
Kandu is the diving spot around the border of the atoll. These are the places where when the tides change, the water flows in and out of the atoll. Those are the best places to do drift dives and where you can see large pelagic fish.
Each island in the Maldives has its lagoon, usually not very deep. They can reach around 20 meters in depth and are mostly sandy. Those places are protected from the current, making them ideal spots to conduct diving classes. They do not generally offer much in the way of sea life.
To enjoy most of your liveaboard diving experience it is important to know what type of scuba diving that you are enjoyed most.
Drift diving is a type of scuba diving where the diver move by the tide or the ocean using less energy divers go with the direction of water movement of the side force from the wind, rainfall, and divers.
Night diving trips are guided professionally, night-time dives exhibit certain sorts of marine life that only appear in dark waters or are attracted to light sources.
This type of diving goes beyond the normal diving depth of 30 meters more this kind of diving is mostly for professional divers that involve a lot of planning, most commonly done diving on shipwrecks, and witnessing a rare marine life that only lives at great depths.
The favorite of many scuba divers, while exploring the water passageways the more water submerge in the cave the more exciting the diver gets, this is required for a diver with good buoyancy control, trim, and finning technique help preserve visibility in areas with silt deposits to, and the ability to navigate in total darkness
If you are more into history and exploration wreck diving is for you recreational diving that explores the wreckage of ships, aircraft, and other structures and creates artificial reef sites and other marine life.
Open Water Diving
Water diving is commonly done as an entry-level autonomous diver certification for recreational scuba diving or “open water certification,” the certification allows the diver to dive on open circuit scuba, in open water to a limited depth and in conditions similar to those in which the diver has been trained or later gained appropriate experience, to an acceptable level of safety.
Technical diving is the most dangerous technical diving, the diver goes beyond 130 feet or 40 M dives with no access to the surface and natural sunlight this type of diving requires more diving skills with specialized training and experience.
Rescue Diver is a scuba diving certification level that responds to emergencies and diver rescue. a highly trained and specialized in-depth rescues and other diving fatal situations rescue, this first aid techniques divers demands good physical stamina.
Takes place under ice unlike the usual type of diving Ice diving requires different procedures and different kinds of equipment, mostly done for recreation, scientific research, public safety (usually search and rescue/recovery), and other professional or commercial reasons.
Surely Scuba diving is the most adventurous water activity, but what is even more exciting is you get to meet more friends that share the same enthusiasm, and more underwater exploration to discover. Which is a lifetime experience.