If this is the first time you’ve used scuba diving Koh Tao to venture into the underwater word, you’re going to love it. Immediately, you’ll experience new sensations as you venture into realm where everything looks, sounds and feels a bit different. This is part of what makes diving so special; at first.
Welcome to a world of discovery and adventure. This course only the beginning.
You’ll become comfortable handling your equipment and maneuvering underwater by Scuba Diving Koh Tao with you instructor in the beach or pool and also in open water. You’ll learn the basic dive concepts and principles by interacting with the scuba diving course materials and through review with your instructor.
Optimum condition for diving
You don’t have to be an athlete to dive, but it is a physical activity. You’ll have a lot more fun if you’ve rested and eaten adequately before your open water dives.
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To become a Scuba Diving Koh Tao, you need to demonstrate that you’re comfortable in water and have some basic swimming skills. Your instructor will have you float/tread water for 1 minutes and swim 200 metres (no time limit) or swim 300 metres in mask, fins and snorkel (no time limit) – nothing extreme, just enough to determine.
You have basic swimming abilities. You don’t need to be an athletes. but you should be in good overall health, particularly your respiratory and circulatory systems. Mentally, you need a mature attitude, good judgment and self – discipline to follow the guidelines and principles required for safe diving.
Before any confine water divers or water skills, your instructor will have you complete a medical statement. The information you put on it will remain confidential. Because the statement identifies medical conditions that may be affected by diving, for your safety and health it’s important that you complete it completely and accurately. If any of the conditions listed apply to you, as a prudent precaution, your instructor will ask you to consult a physician before participating in any water activities. Also, in some areas local regulations or laws require that all prospective scuba divers receive medical clearance prior to diving.
The minimum ages for scuba certification are 10 for the Junior Open Water Diver or Junior Scuba Diver certification (adult supervised diving), and 15 for the Open Water Diver or Scuba Diver certification. These certification show that you successfully completed the course according to the training standards and requirements established by Czone Diver PADI Dive Center require a person to be a certified diver or in training before they will rent or sell you scuba equipment, fill scuba tanks for you, or let you participate in scuba diving activities.
Visit our team professional at Czone Diver PADI Dive Center on Koh Tao to obtain your scuba diving today.
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