Are you brave enough to dive at night or to explore the darker depths during the day? Although scuba diving is, naturally, a perilous sport, you can avoid accidents and have a safe, fun diving experience by getting the proper training and equipment, including dive lights, and following a few safety rules.
Dive lights give you the freedom to dive at any depths during the night or day. If you’re looking for a dive light, you’ve probably come across the new generation of scuba safety in your dive store’s inventory—glow sticks!
Bring glow sticks on all your dives as a supplemental lighting device. When you’re being pulled by the current or your primary light source is depleted, good markers are your best tool for safe navigation. Glow sticks can be used to mark the assent line so that no matter which way the currents are going, you can always maintain your sense of direction.
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The following are some additional tips for a safe and fun dive:
- Take lessons and get qualified by a reputable certification agency.
- Never dive by yourself. Find a buddy.
- Check your equipment carefully and check how the equipment functions.
- Know local weather conditions, and make sure the water and weather conditions are safe before you dive.
- Drink plenty of water regularly even if you do not feel thirsty to prevent dehydration.
- Wear sunglasses to protect your eyes against the sun’s damaging UV rays.
This is, by no means, an all inclusive list--above all, use your common sense when diving!