What is a scuba diving regulator?
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It's true - more and more surfers are heading to Indonesia to try out the waves. But they also need to follow a number of precautions that we're going to tell you about now.
Are you mad? Well, no, not at all. You can go surfing when the air temperature is below zero but 10°C in the water!
The choice of your Stand Up Paddle - SUP is based on your level, your type of practice, and your height.
Watch the video on how to keep an Easybreath®
To take full advantage of the Easybreath® experience in the long term, here are some tips and some advice on how best to use your snorkelling mask.
Everything’s ready in terms of the essential items (Fins, Mask, Snorkel)? Well done, it’s a good start. But when you jump into the water for a long snorkeling session, the thought goes through your mind that it would be so much easier if you could float without making any effort!
After waiting so long to go on holiday it’s time to go – at last. But...make sure you don’t forget to put your towel, cap, sunglasses, mask and fins in your swimming bag... Have you got everything? Anti-UV tops and sun cream must also be on your list for snorkelling outings!
"Taking advantage of the beach with all the family" often means swimming, building sandcastles and tracking down shells … … So how can you vary this programme when your children are too young to try water sports? Well, have you thought about snorkelling? A snorkel, mask, fins and a few precautions are enough to let the whole family enjoy this sporting and educational activity.
Discover how to help your learner divers enjoy their first attempt at snorkelling …
Choosing the right kit for snorkelling
To take his first wave with a Stand Up Paddle is first necessary to know his stance ( position ) on the board.
Buoyancy compensators serve different key purposes: it’s consequently important to choose the right one for you. When choosing you need to know the objective quality criteria for buoyancy compensators as well as choosing the type of jacket best suited to your type of diving.
PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors), founded in America, is the world’s leading diving training organisation. This company trains people for different leisure diving levels. The qualifications are valid throughout the world.