With proper training, equipment and common sense, scuba diving can be a safe, recreational sport for people of all ages and abilities.
However, as with any type of challenging activity, especially when in a place or environment which is not familiar to us, diving can also be a dangerous sport.
We recommend diving only after qualifying through an accredited diving organization (such as PADI, NAUI, …. amongst others) and always dive within the limits of your diving qualifications.
Dive as part of a group when possible, and always dive with a buddy, unless specifically trained and qualified to do otherwise. Dive only when you feel well and strong.
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