Scuba Diving & Snorkeling Accessories

Scuba Diving & Snorkeling Accessories

Scuba Diving & Snorkeling Accessories

Scuba Diving & Snorkeling Accessories

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Undersea is a completely different world to us living on the surface. And it’s much bigger than the world we call our home. Do you know that more than 80% of the ocean remains unexplored? Well, of course, it has to do with physics, more precisely, the pressure that makes exploration harder. If you want to explore the unfathomed deeps of the ocean, why not start with something less demanding that doesn’t require so many resources?

Scuba diving and snorkeling are available for many people who can’t imagine their lives without the beautiful world of fish, seagrass, reefs, and other stuff found in the waters. You don’t necessarily need to know how to swim to engage in those activities, that’s why children, people with disabilities, and non-swimming adults can safely scuba dive and snorkel.

What’s the difference between scuba diving and snorkeling?

The names of those activities are derived from the breathing equipment they use. A snorkel is a breathing tube that can be integrated into a mask to swim near the water surface and observe the underwater environment from above. Scuba is a breathing apparatus that allows you to dive deep underwater and don’t need an air supply for up to an hour and a half.


While snorkeling requires a few minutes of instruction, to scuba dive, you need to receive training and get a certificate. From the standpoint of resources put in, snorkeling is far less consuming as all snorkeling gear you may need includes a mask with a snorkel and fins. Other snorkeling accessories and equipment may include wetsuits, dry suits for colder waters, life vests or swim belts, UV protection suits and sunscreen, underwater cameras, waterproof cases, and other stuff.

Scuba diving gear set consists of much more equipment that is more complex. Besides the mentioned suits and fins, you’ll need a diving mask, scuba tank, weight plates, buoyancy compensator, and regulators, not to mention numerous accessories.

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