Essential experiences you should know when scuba diving (Part 3)

Scuba diving

Use to breathe when you are lying face down on the water without raising your head. For the first time before diving, bring him in and bow his face down to the water. When you get used to it and want to dive, hold your breath and dive. While diving, do not inhale through the mouth as the tube is filled with water or it will choke immediately because of drinking water. Using the breathing tube when scuba diving, you will be very happy and excited when you watch the ocean world constantly without having to look up and fall.

Scuba Diving Knife

Scuba diving knives are mainly used for cutting, digging, or digging. Do not consider scuba diving knives as a weapon. The purpose of using a knife during a dive is when diving if caught in a line (be it fishing line, boat lanyard broken or thrown under the sea), which is difficult to remove or cannot be removed. At this time, use the knife you’re wearing on your leg or hand to cut the string to get out.

Waterproof dry bag

You can prepare a waterproof dry bag to hold some of the main items damaged: towels, camera, backup clothes. This bag should choose striking colors like orange, green banana, for easy search and remote viewing.

4. Prevent some aquatic organisms

When diving underwater watch corals with fishes and other marine creatures. A view of the beautiful ocean world sparkling and mysterious. There are times when you are so enamored that you may accidentally or intentionally come into contact with some marine creatures that may have toxins that are dangerous to you, here are some marine creatures that divers near the shore or encounter.

Sea jellyfish: There are many types of jellyfish, some of which have toxins of no kind, it is best to meet them only to observe it should not be exposed.