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Diving refers to the acrobatic art of diving from a springboard or platform into a pool. It may also refer to scuba diving and other deep sea diving work. The word diver, thus, may be used for either. Competitive diving became an Olympic sport and is referred to as high diving. At first, springboard and platform diving was combined. Women's events were introduced in the Olympic games in 1912 for platform and 1920 for springboard. A modern Olympic platform tower is standardized at ten meters. Serious athletes perform in this sport at all levels from local to international. There is obviously training and discipline involved, and competitors are judged on the style of their dives, resulting in some artistic content. They also need to be flexible and have considerable strength. Although most diving takes place in pools, cliff jumping and cliff diving are popular pastimes. In certain rescue situations, individuals may also dive in the sea water from helicopters. In these cases, diving is used as a controlled fall. The head first entry of a diver through the surface of the water reduces the risk of injury. The maximum height from which free diving is safe is considered to be somewhere between a hundred and a hundred and fifty feet. Snorkelers, for example, swim close to the surface, breathing through a fairly short tubes. Free divers rely on training rather than equipment, but can make astonishing dives. Pearl divers have been recorded swimming and reaching depths underwater of 100 feet in a single dive. Scuba divers use a mask and air tanks and are required to have considerable safety training. One of the biggest risks of deep diving is the bends, caused by nitrogen bubbles in the blood, the bends can be potentially fatal.
 
 
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Hewelett Brothers Diving Company
N/A, Orlando, FL 32822
Call (844) 804-9412 to reach us in Orlando, FL, to sign up for our scuba diving tour.
(407) 208-1100
Mike's Private Scuba Lessons
P.o. Box 757, Ozona, FL 34660
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(727) 798-1269
 
User Review: "Once certified by mike you are not only certified but very qualified to handle any situation. It is a great comfort to me." - Geralyn (FL)
Jsg Underwater Services Llc.
We are a full service professional dive company. We specialize in hull cleaning, zinc replacement, recovery, prop removal, and video inspections at affordable prices.
(727) 424-7291
High-Tech Diving and Safety Inc
27074 Sunnybrook Rd, Punta Gorda, FL 33983
(941) 624-4359
Oceaneering International
2822 Commerce Park Dr Ste 800, Orlando, FL 32819
(407) 352-5506
Sea Hawk Marine Construction Inc
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34986
(772) 708-1525
Underwater Services LLC
2495 N Indian River Dr, Fort Pierce, FL 34946
(772) 528-3739
Under Sea Service
7152 Memory Ln, Orlando, FL 32807
(407) 679-6068
Viking Diving Services
3418 Enterprise Rd, Fort Pierce, FL 34982
(772) 460-6710
Viking Diving Services
3420 Enterprise Rd, Fort Pierce, FL 34982
(772) 460-6710
SCUBA Quest
3318 Manatee Ave W, Bradenton, FL 34205
(941) 745-2511
Calypso Divers Inc
401 E Bearss Ave, Tampa, FL 33613
(813) 969-3483
Dockside Marine Services
3063 Sw Summer Ave, Palm City, FL 34990
(772) 283-6893
Mac's SCUBA
10414 N Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, FL 33618
(813) 961-3297
Divers Supply
4349 Gunn Hwy, Tampa, FL 33618
(813) 969-3480


Many people need divers supplies, but they might not know how to choose a company that can offer them all of the divers supplies and services that they need. Divers supplies and services offer products and services for things like the following: sports, jumping, springboard diving, olympics, forward somersaults, water acrobatics, surface dives, underwater performance, falling, platform diving, gymnastics, cheerleaders, wooden tower diving, disciplines, competitors mindset, scoring, strategy, safety, groups, lifeguards, numbers and back, reverse, flying and pike positions. By using the following guidelines you should be able to find a divers company that is best for you. Many people that participate in diving sports need Olympics regulation diving boards with springboards so that they can get the jumping height that they need to perform dives such as forward somersaults. Athletes involved in these competitive games might also need training equipment that improves their strength and flexibility so that they can perform their best at their events. In order to find the company that can give you all of the services and products that you need, you should ask several questions. Companies that have several years of experience can often offer you better services and more products than those that have fewer years of experience, so ask the companies how long they have been in business. Asking them for references and if they are affiliated with any other companies or organizations can also help you determine how reliable the companies will be. Customer service is also very important. In order to determine how much importance the companies place on their customers, you should ask the companies what levels of customer service they can offer you. So whatever your diving needs make sure to choose the divers company that fits your needs.
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