Scuba Diving and Its Rules
Have you ever tried to be under water for a very long time? Diving or being under open waters is one of the sports that people enjoy doing for fun.
Not everyone is really familiar with recreational diving. Recreational diving was created early in the nineteen fifties and was only accepted by the community some time around the sixties and seventies. The sport of recreational diving gained popularity during the nineteen nineties.
While it may be true that those who have been diving for over ten years are those who are very well-experience in recreational diving, they may still find that not all what they have learned over the past ten years about the recreational sport of diving still applies to this modern day due to the change of technology over the period of years and time.
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New technology has made recreational diving more safe and fun that how it was usually carried out or played in the past. You may want to know the rules of the sport in order to play it safely and efficiently. What then are the rules of scuba diving being a recreational sport that would make it more fun, safe and enjoyable?
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There are a lot of changes to the sport from the time it was created and introduced to the world.
It is now okay to do reverse dive profiles.
The new rule is that it is allowed to dive in deeper waters on the second time that you are doing your diving as compared to your first dive. A deeper dive on the latter part of your dive that the earlier part of your dive will now work for recreational scuba diving.
The new rule is very different from the old rule since in the old rule, the diver is asked to plan out his or her deepest dive on the first dive and just eventually and gradually dive less deeper in the latter dives.
As per the old rule of scuba diving, divers are told to make the deepest dive first. A deeper dive should come first due to the reason that shallower depths later provided decompression for the preceding greater depths.
Why was there a change is such requirement to dive deeper first than diving deeper later?
The change in the order of the diving depths were actually brought about by dive computers. What are dive computers? Dive computers are essential in tracking the depth and time of a divers dive during the sport of scuba diving. Regardless of diver’s profile, the dive computer is able to measure the diver’s exposure to nitrogen in a accurate manner.
Scuba diving is a really fun sport but would require technicalities such as this in order for your to be worry free while you dive.