In response to the folks that ask about getting certified, here is a brief (and we mean real brief) overview of what you have to do in a pool to become a certified diver. You will also need to do an open water dive in the ocean. The video is not super technical but its something! You can do it!
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For Instant 15% Off on bookings Visit: www.bookmyboat.com/ Contact Us:9932086666 This video gives is you a brief description on how scuba diving is carried out at Havelock Island, Andaman. It's a beginner activity especially recommended for all the non-Swimmers as its a non-swimmer activity. This activity is conducted at Nemo reef, which is located at beach number 02, Havelock Island. The booking can be done online as well as offline. The price for this activity is fixed i.e Rs.3500(Timings:8am-12pm) and Rs.4000(Timings:5.30am-8am). Even though the prices are fixed there are some websites like:www.bookmyboat.com from where one can avail discounts up to 15% by applying promo codes.
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10 Mistakes That Newbie Divers Make Fun vids - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsa9lHcC4ukmyA2ZhJ24EIxll_Fdsv_Ze Reviews - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsa9lHcC4ukkxxHGP6h2B8KaARreGIoJN Visit our shop - https://www.simplyscuba.com/pages/scuba-shop ■ In this week’s Friday feature Mark talks about the most common mistakes that new scuba divers make. ■ Sources Pixabay https://pixabay.com/ Paramount https://www.paramount.com/ Fox Tv https://www.fox.com.tr/ ■ Team Presenter(s): Mark Newman Writer(s): Mark Newman Editor(s): James Hicks Producer(s): Shaun Johnson ■ Music Shinjuku by Just Big Hills - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfBroqClfbvb83ifnpmrzbg/ Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC-BY 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Music promoted by Sloth - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1t9B6Oxw_wr71doscjqi9Q ■ Hashtags #fridayfeature #newbiedivers #newscubadivers #scubadiving #simplyscuba ■ Let's Get Social Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/simplyscubauk Twitter: https://twitter.com/SimplyScuba Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/simplyscuba/ ■ To browse our huge range of top brand Scuba gear and equipment for all ages, with fast shipping and 28-day returns, visit http://www.simplyscuba.com For more helpful product videos plus expert scuba diving advice, head to http://www.youtube.com/SimplyScuba
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Scuba Diving Lessons for Begginers http://waterlineacademy.com/ Scuba diving lessons essentially hinge on 5 basic skills or theories 1- Dont hold your breath 2- Equalise early and often 3- Clearing your mask https://youtu.be/blqMa26ZajQ 4- Clearing your regulator https://youtu.be/dr38jtdEU3w 5- Neutral Bouyancy When you take scuba diving lessons, these are the first skills you will learn and the same skills you will use in every dive after that for the rest of your life. Subscribe to this channel to see videos on these skills https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCteqBr9Vj-H1geoN7NaI45A?sub_confirmation=1 Please share this video https://youtu.be/w9mW-Z22opE My Camera Gear: Sony A7ii http://amzn.to/2eLqjsn Rode Video Mic Pro http://amzn.to/2fy7mIC Go Pro Hero 3 http://amzn.to/2ff7Uot My Wishlist of Camera Gear: DJI Mavic Pro Drone http://amzn.to/2eTYhse GoPro Hero5 http://amzn.to/2fZwhry
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Σε αυτό το video παρουσιάζονται οι 18 ασκήσεις του προγράμματος PADI Open Water Diver. Σκοπός του είναι να βοηθήσει πρόσφατα πιστοποιημένους δύτες και δύτες που δεν έχουν πραγματοποιηήσει κατάδυση μέσα στους τςλςυταίους 6 μήνες, να τις θυμηθούν, με σκοπό να τις εξασκήσουν τώρα που ξεκίνησε η καταδυτική σεζόν (που δεν υπαρχει τέτοια στην Ελλάδ αλλά λέμε τωρα :) ).
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This is the video of the dive Nr.2 for the SNSI Open Water course. The aim of this video is to show everybody exercises for the first session of training with scuba. This video is part of an integrated teaching system owned by SNSI, all right reserved. CAUTION: this video is not e self-instruction, it's part of an integrated course owned by SNSI where an SNSI instructor will lead students.
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Technical diving (also referred to as tec diving or tech diving) is scuba diving that exceeds the agency-specified limits of recreational diving for non-professional purposes. Technical diving may expose the diver to hazards beyond those normally associated with recreational diving, and to greater risk of serious injury or death. The risk may be reduced by appropriate skills, knowledge and experience, and by using suitable equipment and procedures. The skills may be developed through appropriate specialised training and experience. The equipment often involves breathing gases other than air or standard nitrox mixtures, and multiple gas sources. The term technical diving has been credited to Michael Menduno, who was editor of the (now defunct) diving magazine aquaCorps Journal. The concept and term, technical diving, are both relatively recent advents, although divers have been engaging in what is now commonly referred to as technical diving for decades.
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Taking you guys with me on a typical day training to become a Scuba Dive Master. Where we go through fun informative workshops, constant diving to improve your skillset and buoyancy control, and just all around good fun here in the island of Koh Tao, Thailand https://www.instagram.com/imforrestt/
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These Diving Hand Signals are used the most by PADI Divemasters or Diving Instructors to teach there diving students - http://www.idckohtaothailand.com - PADI Platinum Course Director Marcel van den Berg will show you the most common ones used in the PADI IDC, Divemaster and recreational diving courses. If you want to be a good or even the best PADI Diving Instructor or Divemaster then you need to give good and strong hand signals under the water to communicate clearly with your diving students. Differences between good and bad hand signals as a dive professional: Bad diving hand signals: -Weak/soft hand signals (fun divers and students don't take these signals seriously) -To strong/aggressive hand signals (can scare the fun diver or student, diving is supposed to be fun) Good diving hand signals: -Right in between a strong and weak hand signal like shown in this YouTube video -Long enough to be seen -Friendly diving hand signals These dive signals YouTube video can also be used for recreational divers. What is very important to understand is that there are no standards on how a signals has to be given. That is the reason why you sometimes see slightly different diving signals depending on location and Divemaster, PADI Instructor or another Fun Diver. A small difference in a signal for example "more distance in between divers" might not be that bad, but if a buddy team uses very different signals for air/gas consumption that can be dangerous. In other words it is very important to always go over the hand signals used on that dive before the dive. Especially with new people or diving students. If you are taking your PADI Divemaster or PADI IDC course then it's important to have realistic hand signals especially on the PADI IE when PADI Staff will evaluate you. Again you can have slightly different signals, but it has to come close to what it means. Like for example: PADI Staff or Examiners won't like it if you start flapping your hands like a bird to introduce that you have 70 bar air/gas left. But they do accept different signals for 70 bar as long as they are serious and commonly used. We know that giving underwater diving hand signals the correct way is so very important for control, we at Sairee Cottage Diving 5 Star IDC Centre on Koh Tao, Thailand give an extra signal workshop during the PADI Divemaster and IDC course. Please check out more of the DM and IDC YouTube video's here: Neutral Buoyant DMT/IDC Skills Circuit: https://youtu.be/rNMROWd23dM Kneeing DM/IDC Skill Circuit: https://youtu.be/rSWw_BJEQ6M PADI IDC Confined Water Skill Presentations: https://youtu.be/m-YblSmq7kY PADI IDC Open Water Skill Presentations: https://youtu.be/H6_JQCOxYS0 IDC Rescue Diver Skills: https://youtu.be/uB6L443eK4s PADI Rescue Exercise 7: https://youtu.be/4V8MigsSrQM YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/idckohtaothailand Please share these YouTube links on your social network pages. Please visit our websites: http://www.idckohtaothailand.com http://www.saireecottagediving.com/instructor-development-course-idc-koh-tao-sairee-cottage-diving-koh-tao/ http://www.saireecottagediving.com/dive-master-scuba-diving-koh-tao/ Email us at: [email protected] or [email protected] Special Thanks: Josh Clark from Koh Tao, Thailand for filming Dive Supply Koh Tao: http://www.kohtaodivesupply.com Scuba Pro Dive Equipment: http://www.scubapro.com Please "SUBSCRIBE" to our YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/idckohtaothailand to stay updated on more Diving Instructor IDC and PADI Divemaster DM Training video's in the future and we are always updating new styles and changes within the PADI system to make sure you become the best PADI professional, best PADI Divemaster or best PADI Dive Instructor. Please hit the "LIKE" Button if you liked this YouTube video and please leave a comment... And share this with the world by "SHARING" this video with your Facebook or other Social Network! I wish you all the best of success in your Diving Career! Marcel van den Berg PADI Platinum Course Director Sairee Cottage Diving Koh Tao, Thailand
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Frog man's / Combat diver's (special forces) Wartime developments In 1933 Italian companies were already producing underwater oxygen rebreathers, but the first scuba diving set is generally recognised inside the USA as being invented in 1939 by Christian Lambertsen, who dubbed it the Lambertsen Amphibious Respirator Unit (LARU). and patented it in 1940. He later renamed it the Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus, which, contracted to SCUBA, eventually became the generic term for both open circuit and rebreather autonomous underwater breathing equipment. Lambertson demonstrated it to the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) (after already being rejected by the U.S. Navy) in a pool at a hotel in Washington D.C. OSS not only bought into the concept, they hired Dr. Lambertsen to lead the program and build-up the dive element of their maritime unit. The OSS was the predecessor of the Central Intelligence Agency and the maritime element still exists inside their Special Activities Division. John Spence, an enlisted member of the U.S. Navy, was the first man selected to join the OSS group. In an interview with historian Erick Simmel, Spence claimed that the name "frogman" was coined while he was training in a green waterproof suit, "Someone saw me surfacing one day and yelled out, 'Hey, frogman!' The name stuck for all of us." Postwar operations The Shayetet 13 commandos of the Israeli Navy have carried out a number of underwater raids on harbors. They were initially trained by veterans of Xª MAS and used Italian equipment. As part of Operation Raviv in 1969, eight frogmen used two human torpedoes to enter Ras Sadat naval base near Suez, where they destroyed two motor torpedo boats with mines. During the 1982 Falklands War, the Argentinian Naval Intelligence Service planned an attack on British warships at Gibraltar. Code named Operation Algeciras, three frogmen, recruited from a former anti-government insurgent group, were to plant mines on the ships' hulls. The operation was abandoned when the divers were arrested by Spanish police and deported. In 1985, the French nuclear weapons tests at Moruroa in the Pacific Ocean was being contested by environmental protesters led by the Greenpeace campaign ship, Rainbow Warrior. The Action Division of the French Directorate-General for External Security devised a plan to sink the Rainbow Warrior while it was berthed in harbor at Auckland in New Zealand. Two divers from the Division posed as tourists and attached two limpet mines to the ship's hull; the resulting explosion sank the ship and killed a Netherlands citizen on board. Two agents from the team, but not the divers, were arrested by the New Zealand Police and later convicted of manslaughter. The French government finally admitted responsibility two months later. In 1989, during the U.S. invasion of Panama, a team of four U.S. Navy SEALs using rebreathers conducted a combat swimmer attack on the Presidente Porras, a gunboat and yacht belonging to Manuel Noriega. The commandos attached explosives to the vessel as it was tied to a pier in the Panama Canal, escaping only after being attacked with grenades. Three years later during Operation Restore Hope, members of SEAL Team One swam to shore in Somalia to measure beach composition, water depth, and shore gradient ahead of a Marine landing. The mission resulted in several of the SEALs becoming ill as Somalia's waters were contaminated with raw sewage.
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http://magmadive.is/ If you are new to dry suit diving and want to know how the professionals do it, sit back, relax and watch this personalised bare bones tutorial on how to get ready, enter the water and finally dive inside a drysuit. The video features, pro diver, David Ramsay from Magmadive, a tour company that specialises in cold water dive trips and expeditions around the country of Iceland. In the first half of the video, takes you through the basic steps to putting one the correct way and provides hints and tips to make you feel safer and more confident underwater. You'll see David dress from start to finish, highlighting areas such as thermal body protection, neck seals, valves, gloves, zips and various bits of gear that drysuit diver wear underwater. Just for laughs, you see the cameraman helping David get ready!!! Then, in the second part of the video, David plunges into the Great Lake Thingvellir, where biting 2°C volcanically filtered glacial water flows in from silent groundwater springs, stretching the visibility as far as the eye can see, and at this particular spot, its about +100m (357ft). IMPORTANT!!! Lastly, just a reminder to thrill seekers and individuals that want to tick their bucket lists. Do not attempt to dive in Iceland without the proper training, equipment and expert guidance from a reputable company. The water is much cooler than places like Thailand and the Red sea, so being sensible and wearing a dry suit makes the experience more comfortable. Remember that its better to be warm and dry than wet and cold. Here in Iceland we live and dive inside our dry suits, they are a way of exploring the many lakes, cracks and coastal areas without running into trouble. Good luck and happy diving!
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They say imitation is a form of flattery. Global Underwater Explorers (GUE) has been certifying divers for over 20 years in advanced diver education. As an industry leader we are proud to see more training agencies adopting GUE’s methodology: better awareness of buoyancy and trim for all divers; promotion of standard helium-enriched breathing gases and the elimination of deep air use; enhanced health and fitness requirements. We are proud to be one of the few to require a comprehensive fitness test from instructors, and to prohibit smoking for all GUE certified divers and instructors. We were one of the first in the industry to introduce Nitrox to recreational divers, and the only one to introduce helium breathing mixes to recreational divers. Our Fundamentals program is one of the most emulated programs in the industry. Explore the source. Enroll in a course or become an instructor for GUE today! http://bit.ly/GUEinstructor https://www.gue.com/ MUSIC credits: The music track is “Gaining the Dream” licensed from Melodyloops.com Video and edit: Olga Martinelli
Views: 3458 Global Underwater Explorers
The epic 17-10-SC class, along with their pink boonies. (For Laurie) 11/15/2016 TRAINING TEAM TWO: CHIEF URSO CHIEF EPPLEY INSTRUCTOR STIMEL - "FOLLOW YOUR HEART" INSTRUCTOR BRATHWAITE (VADER) INSTRUCTOR HUNSICKER (DOC) TOUCH THE WALL, & YOU DOR. YOU WANNA QUIT? DON'T SNEEZE, YOU'LL DIE. I DO NOT OWN ANY RIGHTS TO THE SONGS USED IN THIS VIDEO: SUMMER - MARSHMELLO CHOP SUEY - SYSTEM OF A DOWN ANIMALS - MARTIN GARRIX ONLY TIME - ENYA
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Support Our Channel : https://www.patreon.com/PeriscopeFilm Dating to the 1950s, this U.S. Navy film USING THE STANDARD DEEP SEA DIVING OUFIT gives an explanation of the hard hat diving suit, and shows how it is used in Navy operations. The diver's crewmen are shown, including the diving officer, diving tender and backup tender, as well as the phone talker. A time keeper or diving supervisor is also shown, as well as an engineer who forces air to the diver below. Finally, a standby diver is shown, fully dressed except for his helmet, ready to assist or rescue the diver. The film discusses basic procedures: descending to the bottom, working on the bottom, and ascending to the surface. At 7:00, an emergency situation is seen with the diving suit, one of several scenarios where divers can get into trouble is seen. At 8:12, a build-up of carbon dioxide is seen, with the diver adjusting his valves to relieve the problem. A standard diving dress consists of a metallic (copper and brass or bronze) diving helmet, an airline or hose from a surface supplied diving air pump, a canvas diving suit, diving knife and weighted boots. An important part of the equipment is the lead weights, generally on the chest, back and shoes, to counteract the buoyancy of the helmet and diving suit. This type of diving equipment is also known as hard-hat or copper hat equipment, or heavy gear. Leading British manufacturers were Siebe Gorman and Heinke. In the United States, the dominant makers were DESCO, Morse, Miller-Dunn and Schräder and it is sometimes known as a "Diver Dan" outfit, from the television show of the same name. It was commonly used for underwater civil engineering, commercial diving, pearl shell diving and naval diving. The helmet was usually made of copper with soldered on brass fittings. The windows are known as lights or ports. The front port usually opens on the surface by being screwed out or opens a hinge. The back of the helmet has two goose neck fittings. One has a non-return valve and is the connection for the air line. The other is for the diver's telephone. Later helmets include a non-return valve where the airline is connected, which prevents potentially fatal helmet squeeze if the pressure in the hose is lost. The difference in pressure between the surface and the diver can be so great that if the air line were cut on the surface and there was no non-return valve, the diver would be squeezed into the helmet by the external pressure, and injured or possibly killed. Helmets have a spring-loaded exhaust valve which allows the air to leave the helmet. The spring force is adjustable by the diver and prevents the diver's suit from deflating completely or over-inflating and the diver being floated uncontrollably to the surface. Some helmets have an extra manual exhaust valve known as a spit-cock. This allows the diver to vent excess air when he is in a position where the main exhaust will not function correctly. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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What's an amazing adventure out SCUBA Diving. I recently had the privilege to complete my Open Water SCUBA Certification in Florida. This video was filmed back in May of 2018. We had to practice the skills we learned on these dives (Most are not shown, since I couldn't film while doing the training). But I did get to explore several miles of river, see many fish and lots of other interesting things. Check out the video and let me know what you think. I plan to go SCUBA Detecting next! Gear Used In Video. Face Mask: amzn.to/2JqM81y Underwater Video Camera: amzn.to/2JnbxZU Editing Software: amzn.to/2JmQoz5 Scriptures Quoted: Isaiah 41:13; Isaiah 43:2 May the Lord be with you always! Please be sure to subscribe if you enjoy my videos: http://bit.ly/nuggetnogginsub Keep up with my daily adventures! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nuggetnoggin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nuggetnoggin Nugget Noggin T-Shirts visit: https://www.bonfire.com/nuggetnoggin Amazon Store: https://www.amazon.com/shop/nuggetnoggin Website: https://www.nuggetnoggin.com https://www.rivertreasurefinds.com Buy a Metal Detector: https://www.battleground-detectors.com About Nugget Noggin: Hey! I'm Michael, I love to get outdoors and discover awesome things with my metal detector. I started treasure hunting when I was 12 years old and shortly after received my first metal detector. Since then, I've been hooked and just love going out to search for the unknown. You may see me in the woods crawling under an old house or diving down in the river to search for rings. Wherever the adventure brings us, I'll try my best to keep you entertained. Completing My SCUBA Diving Certification: What an Amazing Adventure! | Nugget Noggin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSTkNB06e5U Nugget Noggin https://www.youtube.com/nuggetnoggin
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Army National Guard 20th Special Forces Group (Airborne) Combat Divers perform dive re-qualification with the help of U.S. Coast Guard members from station Mayport, Florida on May 2, 2015. Film Credits: SSG Adam Fischman
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We take a 5 minute look at a 22 min. Scuba Certification Open Water dive. Divers Supply guides you every step of the way. Go To: https://www.divers-supply.com/jacksonville/scuba-lessons-jacksonville.html You can sign up over the phone and complete your on-line training. Then visit one of our locations to begin your pool training and then attend one of our North Florida Springs trips that we conduct evry weekend. Want to come to Florida to train but you live up North? That's ok, call us. 800-999-3483 or call Bob Collins at our Jacksonville store. Go To Blue Grotto: http://www.divebluegrotto.com/
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The Special Operations Combat Diver Qualification Course (CDQC), also known as Dive School or SCUBA School, is one of the hardest and most respected schools in the global Special Operations community. If you are trying to prepare for the Special Forces Combat Diver Qualification Course then you must do PT with your local Dive Team. But for the rest of you… those of you who are looking for a fitness program to get you into amazing shape… I recommend “Special Operations Fitness.” “Special Operations Fitness” is a 12 week unconventional training program designed to shred body fat, increase cardio vascular efficiency and muscular strength, teach or reinforce essential self-defense techniques, build confidence, and increase physical and mental performance. Download the “Special Operations Fitness” eBook or learn more: http://lifeisaspecialoperation.com/shop/special-operations-fitness/ Buy the Paperback via Amazon: https://goo.gl/HNgp3m Song: Elektronomia - Limitless [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Video: https://youtu.be/cNcy3J4x62M Hope you enjoyed this video. Thanks for watching. Don't forget to subscribe & to forward to a friend who needs to know this. Life is a Special Operation …are you Ready for It? Web: http://lifeisaspecialoperation.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lifeisaspecialoperation/ Support me via PATREON and get a Promotion Code for 25% off all our Special Operations inspired merchandise: https://www.patreon.com/Littlestone Check out my Amazon store: https://goo.gl/BZMzY1
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When the unexpected happens beneath the waves, Special Operators call on the Navy medical divers. Use your advanced training to support Marines, Navy SEALs, Divers and Special Operators from every service branch as they defend from the depths. Any medical situation that rises from the water is your responsibility—from treating patients with decompression sickness to rescuing injured divers from below. Beyond medicine, you will also fully qualify as a Navy diver and can operate as one. There are only 200 DMTs in the Navy, do you have what it takes to join this exclusive club? Learn more at http://bit.ly/2DOTFTm
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Tips On How To Be A Rescue Diver Scuba advice - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsa9lHcC4ukkP95K-5EfvAinWBGttNVpS Fun vids - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsa9lHcC4ukmyA2ZhJ24EIxll_Fdsv_Ze Visit our shop - https://www.simplyscuba.com/pages/scuba-shop So you're looking for your next step into the awesome world of scuba diving, you're CPR and first aid trained so the next step seems to be an obvious one, become a rescue diver. Wanting to become a rescue diver can be the start down the road to becoming a professional diver or just a more effective diver in your team as you learn how to prevent and help many incidents in and out of the water. So if you’ve been thinking about becoming a more elite diver then join me Mark from Simply Scuba and let's talk about a few tips on How to Be a Rescue Diver ::Contributors:: - Rinki Chauhan - https://youtu.be/dBA0FWb6j58 - Annaliese Yip - https://youtu.be/1UR_CQlr_gQ - Kevin Harvey - https://youtu.be/3txkpL5cb7A - Vitaliy Pastushok - https://youtu.be/20pwP79bNUM - SoulKeeperTVV - https://youtu.be/r8A_1DY4_M8 - Mark Newman - Shaun Johnson .................................... Social Links Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/simplyscuba Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/simplyscubauk Twitter: https://twitter.com/SimplyScuba Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/simplyscuba/ To browse our huge range of top brand Scuba gear and equipment for all ages, with fast shipping and 28-day returns, visit http://www.simplyscuba.com For more helpful product videos plus expert scuba diving advice, head to http://www.youtube.com/user/SimplyScuba
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Check out our latest video about learning to scuba dive with PADI. Want to start right now? Begin your PADI Open Water Diver Course online; http://bit.ly/14Kvg5m If you have ever thought about becoming a certified PADI Diver, this video gives you a quick teaser of what you can expect. More info & locate a PADI Dive Shop; http://bit.ly/11okik7 Produced by: OCEANS BELOW CO. LTD.
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Kurumba Maldives presents video overview of discover scuba diving course for beginners in the Maldives Resorts. Experience one of the top 10 dive destinations in the world. This short course is designed for non certified divers to experience some of the best diving on the planet under the careful instruction and guidance of a PADI dive master. Maldives Resorts such as Kurumba Maldives Resort is a perfect location to start your dive journey. Kurumba Maldives is proud to present this video and certainly encourage you to try a PADI discover scuba dive program at whatever Maldives Resort or Maldives Island that you are holidaying. About our resort: http://www.kurumba.com More on scuba diving: http://www.kurumba.com/maldives-scuba-diving Our latest offers: http://www.kurumba.com/maldives-resort-special-offers
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Combat Diver Qualification Course (CDQC). One of the advanced skills schools that John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School (USAJFKSWCS) runs is the Special Forces Combat Diver Qualification Course (SFCDQC) on Fleming Key at the Key West Naval Air Station, Key West, Florida. The school at Key West was established in 1964 by a SCUBA detachment of the JFK Special Warfare Center. It currently hosts students primarily from U.S. Army Special Forces but also the other services. Detailed Program of Instruction (POI) for CDQC Physical Fitness. Every morning there is a physical training formation with lots of exercises and fast runs. Classroom Instruction. Some of the topics taught in the classroom include dangerous marine life, tides and currents, CPR, diving injuries and diving physiology, inspection and maintenance of diving gear, oxegen tolerance and chamber pressure test, diving physics, regulator repair, and use of diving tables for determing air supply and decompression. Pool Work. The CDQC starts off with basic SCUBA orientation in the pool. The student learns knot tying, pool conditioning drills, instruction in dive equipment and procedures, ditching and donning of equipment, confidence swims and open water surface swims. Open Water Swims. The student conducts long-distance surface swims as well as open-circuit and closed-circuit equipment sub-surface swims. The sub-surface swims are timed compass swims. Open-circuit Swims. Students will start off using compressed-air systems - currently twin-80s. In past years, the equipment used was steel twin-72s. The first week - pool week - is where the OC equipment is introduced. The next stage is to conduct open-water underwater navigational swims with the OC equipment. Then they will transition to the closed-circuit equipment. All swims require navigational expertise as well as meeting minimum time requirements. Closed-circuit Swims. Students are currently using the DRAEGER LAR V rebreather. Prior to the LAR V students used the CCR-1000 and in earlier days the Emerson Rig. Click here for a detailed look at a LAR V.
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Class 18-60-SC DISCLAIMER: WE DO NOT OWN ANY OF THE MUSIC IN THIS VIDEO. NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. MUSIC CREDIT: My Girl - The Temptations No Sleep Till Brooklyn - Beastie Boys Latch - Disclosure ft. Sam Smith Drifter - Hippie Sabotage
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"how to Do florida" is an Emmy Award winning travel adventure series featuring authentic Florida. For all things Florida visit: howtodoflorida.com. Check out "The Outsiders Club" our outdoor adventure series for kids: https://tinyurl.com/ybvhby3p SUBSCRIBE & LEARN HOW TO DO FLORIDA http://bit.ly/TX8DFL ---------------------- SOCIAL MEDIA -------------------- FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/howtodoflorida INSTGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/howtodoflorida TWITTER: http://twitter.com/howtodoflorida ******************************************************** Video Description goes here.... "how to Do florida" is an Emmy Award winning travel adventure series featuring authentic Florida. For all things Florida visit: howtodoflorida.com. Check out "The Outsiders Club" our outdoor adventure series for kids: https://tinyurl.com/ybvhby3p SUBSCRIBE & LEARN HOW TO DO FLORIDA http://bit.ly/TX8DFL ---------------------- SOCIAL MEDIA -------------------- FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/howtodoflorida INSTGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/howtodoflorida TWITTER: http://twitter.com/howtodoflorida ******************************************************** Video Description goes here.... http://howtodoflorida.com Head down the unimaginable fathoms of a swimming pool as Chad takes a refresher course in scuba diving. http://howtodoflorida.com/
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Rebreather Dive Training A lighthearted look at Mod 1 Watch Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cwa-w8oyFdE Pete lives in Barcelona and travels the world shooting underwater and on land. ✪ Read the GoPro Underwater Book: ▶︎ http://www.peterbucknell.com/underwater/GoPro/ Subscribe to this channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdeejMcnAdCzt6OJ7V__FEg?sub_confirmation=1 ♆ Need Underwater Video? http://www.peterbucknell.com/underwater/ ➣ Twitter : https://twitter.com/how2scuba ➣ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/peterbucknell/
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Scuba Nautical staff Rescue Diver Course training... she panicked when the instructor was evaluating her self-rescue skill. Note that the Instructor was distracting her with the dive computer while discreetly closing her tank to simulate out-of-air situation. You can also see how the student mind went completely blank when put in stress. The student shown here is actually a partner in the dive center, certified as an Advanced Open Water Diver and has done many dives before. She had the instructor's Octopus in her hand before she got panicked and shot up to the surface.
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Scuba Diving Stories With Lessons To Be Learned Daily News - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsa9lHcC4ukmirca_4iaREvwMpYk5AYYm Fun vids - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsa9lHcC4ukmyA2ZhJ24EIxll_Fdsv_Ze Hi Guys and welcome to Simply Scuba. There are some great stories on the internet, but not the ones you write about me Cheryl, and some about scuba diving. A few of these guys get quite expressive in their stories and swear so I may replace some words below with the word puppy. We’ve cherry-picked some slightly scary stories with a moral to each that some divers have regaled. So here some scuba diving stories with lessons to be learned .................................... Social Links Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/simplyscubauk Twitter: https://twitter.com/SimplyScuba Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/simplyscuba/ To browse our huge range of top brand Scuba gear and equipment for all ages, with fast shipping and 28-day returns, visit http://www.simplyscuba.com For more helpful product videos plus expert scuba diving advice, head to http://www.youtube.com/user/SimplyScuba
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http://waterlineacademy.com/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIG3FDGW9l4 Share you comments below and ask questions so I can create videos that you want to see Please Subscribe to this channel for more tips, tricks and training on Scuba Diving https://www.youtube.com/c/WaterlineAcademy?sub_confirmation=1 My Camera Gear: Sony A7ii http://amzn.to/2eLqjsn Rode Video Mic Pro http://amzn.to/2fy7mIC Go Pro Hero 3 http://amzn.to/2ff7Uot My Wishlist of Camera Gear: DJI Mavic Pro Drone http://amzn.to/2eTYhse GoPro Hero5 http://amzn.to/2fZwhry
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Subscribe to Vesti News https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa8MaD6gQscto_Nq1i49iew?sub_confirmation=1 Russian and Belarusian scuba-diving special action forces take part in a joint exercise in Ryazan. These are elite military units; they're trained to fight under water.
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https://www.diversinstitute.edu/careers/#career-salvage Jadon Anderson on his career sat diving. "My deepest was 621 feet" "When you drop out into the unknown- and you know, I could be the first person that’s actually stood here. You’re in a different world. I love Sat diving. I’m home now for two months and I can’t wait to get back offshore right now. " Learn more about commercial dive school: https://www.diversinstitute.edu/ video by Balance Media http://www.balancemedia.tv/
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My youngest son during his most recent SCUBA diving class. They are in a pool during the first day of training and will go to the lake for the Open Water dives. The lake and information concerning it can be found at www.228lake.net. I have no affiliation with the instructor or the lake administration.
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Dating to 1966, this U.S. Navy training film highlights the Mark VI semi-closed circuit apparatus and shows how it works, how it is used, and how it should be maintained. The Mark VI is a chest-mounted, two- bag, semiclosed-circuit Mk VI unit that was used from the 1960s to the 1980s by Navy divers and U.S. Navy SEALs. It used a mixture of nitrogen and oxygen and was known as semi-enclosed because some gas had to be exhausted to the sea as the diver did not metabolize the nitrogen. The Mark VI was pioneered in SEALAB, the U.S. Navy's experimental undersea habitat. Semi-closed circuit rebreathers are less efficient than closed circuit, and are more mechanically complex than open circuit or closed circuit oxygen rebreathers. In a semi-closed rebreather the loop mix depends on a combination of factors: * the type of gas addition system and its setting, combined with the gas mixture in use, which control the rate of oxygen added. *work rate, and therefore the oxygen consumption rate, which controls the rate of oxygen depletion, and therefore the resulting oxygen fraction. *depth, which has the usual effect of increasing partial pressure in proportion to ambient pressure and oxygen fraction. Rebreather diving is underwater diving using rebreathers, which recirculate the air already used by the diver after replacing oxygen used by the diver and removing the carbon dioxide metabolic product. Rebreather diving is used by recreational, military and scientific divers where it has advantages over open circuit scuba, and surface supply of breathing gas is impracticable. Rebreathers are generally used for scuba applications, but are also occasionally used for bailout systems for surface supplied diving. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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More space news and info at: http://www.coconutsciencelab.com - ESA astronaut Andreas Mogensen is joined by fellow astronaut Luca Parmitano in NASA's Neutral Buoyancy Lab (NBL), located at Johnson Space Center in Houston. Please rate and comment, thanks! Credit: ESA
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You are watching lesson preview 45 of 169 - I cover what trim is and how you can test and improve this with a backmounted configuration. This complete lesson is 6 minutes in total. It is 1 of 22 videos that you will gain access to with our backmount online course membership, all details found on https://www.sidemounting.com/ The backmount series is currently 2 hours 22 min and is included when you purchase package 1, 3 or 4 https://www.sidemounting.com/the-courses/ Our online training is suitable for all levels of scuba divers, whether you're a newly certified or highly experienced recreational, technical diver or dive instructor my online training will benefit you. It is modular in design so you can watch and re-watch all sections as many times as you like, each course is broken down into small manageable sections, each with many 3, 5, 10 or 15 minute single videos. Out of all 169 videos, average length is 8 Minutes. All videos have complete English subtitles. You just choose your chosen equipment configuration, backmount single & twinset, sidemount or technical multi-cylinder. Note all HD training videos are edited with a complete voice-over using the latest production quality audio and video recording equipment available. 22 Hours 52 Minutes | 169 Videos (currently available) Free Course Lessons | 1 h 2 min | 9 Videos Backmount Course | 2 h 23 min | 22 Videos Sidemount Course | 11 h 12 min | 72 Videos All Divers Course | 3 h 47 min | 25 Videos Technical Diving Course | 3 h 2 min | 26 Videos Finning Techniques | 1 h 22 min | 13 Videos Hand Signals | 31 min | 5 Videos
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Our time at NDSTC training to be EOD Divers. Music: Somewhere I Belong- Linkin Park Chop Suey!- System of A Down Cough Syrup- Young the Giant Fortunate Son- Creedence Clearwater Revival Paper Planes- M.I.A. The Last of the Real Ones- Fall Out Boy Battle Born- Five Finger Death Punch I'll Be There for You- The Rembrants
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US Marine Combat Divers - Marine Combat Diver School An overview of the training conducted at the Marine Corps Combatant Diver Detatchment, Panama City, Fla. The Marine Combatant Diver Course is designed to train basic and advanced open and closed circuit diving techniques in order to effectively function as a member of a dive team, in support of the operating forces. Subscribe for More Videos: https://youtu.be/GCGfSUR0Lzk See all other videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=UUrgcSjqcpKlXP1DM1cmfHnQ Credit to Sgt. Michael Juneau, Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools. Music: "Hitman" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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