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Abyss Scuba Diving
The Start of Your Journey to Become a Confident Diver
- Air Consumption
As a new diver, air consumption can be the area of most concern. The idea is simple. Most of the time your scuba diving needs to be slow and relaxed, so it should be easy to breathe like this. Breathing like this also lowers your heart rate, which will help your air consumption. Sounds simple, and it is! Your personal Master Scuba Trainer will teach you the tricks .
- Bouyancy Control
Buoyancy control is one of the most important skills that a scuba diver can learn and master. It is the skill that will fine-tune a diver’s efficiency as a scuba diver, making scuba diving more enjoyable and effortless. It is also an important skill to master to ensure that a diver does not penetrate or damage the fragile environment.
- Navigation Skills.
With our expert opinions in mind, there are a significant number of divers who claim that divers who explore with their buddies rather than following their divemaster have a much more enjoyable time and are more likely to continue to dive. Inexperenced divers can develop their navigation skills through the Private Master Scuba Trainer program, which is typically a two-day process.
- General Diiving Skills
To become a good/excellent scuba diver is an art form. That art involves honing the general skills of diving with such things as being able to spot a weedy seadragon, to call in a blue groper or blow a bubble ring. During your 6 days with Private Master Scuba Diver Trainer you will learn how to maximize the fun of scuba diving.
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