What counts as a dive?
So my obvious question was what constitutes a “dive”? Most of the major scuba certifying organizations only define standards for training dives, not recreational dives. However, most divers agree that a dive must be at least 20 feet for at least 20 minutes.
What is considered a logged dive?
“Logged” = dive recorded in a written logbook &/or by a dive computer. That being said, the rest is subjective. Dubiously, some boost their numbers by counting every submersion in scuba no matter how short or shallow (even to 3 ft to clean the pool filter).
Do pool dives count?
NAUI considers it a dive when the depth is greater than 20 ft for a duration of 20 minutes. Most pools do not meet the requirement.
What counts as an open water dive?
In underwater diving, open water is unrestricted water such as a sea, lake or flooded quarries. It is the opposite of confined water (diving) (usually a swimming pool) where diver training takes place.
Can I scuba dive without certification?
It is not illegal to dive without certification, but no reputable dive center or club would allow someone to dive with them without first being certified to scuba dive. … Scuba diving equipment will be provided.
Can I log my own dives?
The PADI App features built-in support for logging recreational dives on ScubaEarth – and it’s really easy to do! Many divers – students and experienced divers – often don’t realise (or just forget) that they can log their recreational dives in addition to their training dives.
How many dives do you need to be a divemaster?
At the conclusion of the program, a Divemaster candidate must have logged a minimum of 60 open water dives. Once the Divemaster candidate completes the requirements for the Divemaster rating, they must complete an application and apply to PADI for the rating.
What is a dive log used for?
A dive log book is used by a scuba diver to record the details of dives they have done. This serves many purposes that are both safety focused and personal. From a purely personal view point, as you progress through your training you should keep a close eye on your air consumption, weighting, and use of equipment.
Do training dives count as logged dives?
dive (i.e. date, time, location, depth, profile, etc.) is recorded. Note that this second requirement is only for training dives and does not apply to logging your personal dives. Just use some integrity and only log real dives.
What is a dive restaurant?
Urban Dictionary. “A dive bar is an informal bar or pub. Such bars are sometimes referred to as neighborhood bars, where local residents gather to drink and socialize. Individual bars may be considered to be disreputable, sinister, or even a detriment to the community.” – Wikipedia.