If you have ever wondered why people learn to Scuba Dive, here is our top 10 reasons to become a Scuba Diver.

Why you should become a Scuba Diver – Exploration

Our oceans are filled with colourful fish, majestic mammals and unique creatures. Only scuba diving allows you to explore the depths of the oceans and go beyond human limitations to see these wonderful environments

Why you should become a Scuba Diver – Learn something new

Learning to dive mixes physics and biology with a practical skill set. As you continue diving there is always something new tolearn. If you are interested in equipment you can learn all about care, maintenance and equipment options. If you want to learn how to identify fish there are a range of courses available.

Why you should become a Scuba Diver – Community

Divers are friendly. We meet up at dive sites, going diving, head off to a pub or a restaurant post dive and talk diving. Scuba divers are some of the friendliest people you could meet. Join us at one of our Dive Society meetings to find out more.

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Why you should become a Scuba Diver – Peace

The underwater world is very peaceful and makes diving relaxing. Being to get away from it all, phones, emails and conversation and concentrate on your breathing is why most divers carrying on diving.

Why you should become a Scuba Diver – History

There are thousands of wrecks in our seas. With wrecks from the BC years to WW2 and more recent there is something for everyone. Seeing these wrecks helps you understand our history, as if walking through a museum, but with fish!

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Why you should become a Scuba Diver – Photography

If you love taking photos, whether it be selfies or snapping a feeding frenzy, diving has it all. With new techniques to learn to restore colour, or keep your camera steady, underwater photography is always exciting.

Why you should become a Scuba Diver – Travel More

The more you dive, the more you talk to fellow divers the longer you list of places you want to dive gets. From remote areas of South East Asia, to travelling to Scotland for your next dive. You will definitely see more of the world and travel more as a Scuba Diver.

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Why you should become a Scuba Diver – Gadgets

Diving is full of gadgets. From dive computers on your wrists to heads up displays, diving is fairly technology heavy. If you are a gadget nerd, this may just be the sport for you.

Why you should become a Scuba Diver – Weightlessness

There are very few places on earth that you can experience the feeling of weightlessness. Underwater, whilst scuba diving is one of them.

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Why you should become a Scuba Diver – It’s easier than you think

The skills required to become a diver are to be able to swim and to breathe. Your course will start off with self-study at home, then a review of theory with the Instructor before heading to the pool. At no point in your course will you be asked to do something we don’t already know you can do.

How to Become a Scuba Diver

Take the PADI Open Water Diver