How to Prepare for Scuba Diving
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You don’t have to be an excellent swimmer to be a scuba diver, but you do need to be comfortable in the water and know how to swim. During your scuba certification course you’ll be asked to:
Float or tread water for 10 minutes – you can lie on your back, on your front, tread water, ‘dog paddle’, or anything else to stay afloat without using any flotation aids.
Swim 200 meters/yards (or 300 meters/yards wearing a mask, fins and snorkel) without stopping. There is no time limit, and you may use any swimming strokes you want.
There are many adaptive techniques that allow individuals with physical challenges to meet the waterskills requirements. People with paraplegia, amputations and other challenges commonly earn PADI Open Water Diver certifications. Speak to a PADI Instructor, Dive Center or Resort for more information. Certain medical conditions require a doctor’s approval to participate in scuba diving activities. In some countries, a physician’s signature is required for diving regardless of how healthy you are. Avoid disappointment, download and review the medical questionnaire.
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