VANESSA VITRI, Mystic SCUBA: My Adventures Diving Into Enlightenment
ANDI CUMMINGS, "SDI Scuba Diver Interview", August 12, 2013
At the risk of sounding like a cheap infomercial, scuba diving actually does have the ability to change your health, social life, and overall outlook of the world around you.
Some of the major health benefits of scuba diving include:
Wreck diving is not for the inexperienced and has it's own special dangers. Like all amateur diving, it is never carried out alone. There is the risk of running low on air due to becoming absorbed in exploring the wreck, or getting entangled in a fishing net (sometimes many nets are draped over one ship). The wreck diver is bound to consider exploring inside the wreck if a suitable hole or entrance is found. However wreck penetration is the most dangerous part of this kind of diving.
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What all divers should remember is that SCUBA diving is a fun exploration of life. When you dive, don't take yourself so seriously. Loosen up and relax. The point of SCUBA diving is not to focus on yourself; it's to focus on the beauty of the underwater world. There's nothing to accomplish on dives.
Deep Sea Diving: The Dangers Of Deep Sea Diving
Wreck diving is growing more and more popular in Britain. The thrill is seeing a ship that has lain undisturbed for decades - perhaps even centuries. A chance to explore what has been out of reach for so long. However, there are risks involved with diving. Unseen dangers abound. Then, there are the rules that must be obeyed such as respecting War Graves. Welcome to the world of the diver.
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The sheer quantity of wrecks is of course why wreck diving is the most popular activity of Britain's scuba divers. One of the problems that the divers encounter is poor visibility. However, the often poor "viz" ,as divers call the underwater visibility, only adds to their interest in wrecks. The viz in much of Britain's inshore waters can occasionally mean that you can't see your hand in front of your face mask. It is usually approximately about three metres but it is sometimes five. On exceptional days, it is 15 (excellent) and the rare 30 metres (fantastic!).