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With proper training, equipment and common sense, scuba diving can be a safe, recreational sport for people of all ages and abilities.

However, with any type of challenging activity, especially in a different atmosphere than we are used to, diving can also be a dangerous sport.

As mentioned throughout this site, we recommend diving through an accredited diving organization and always dive within the limits of your diving qualifications. Dive as part of a group when possible, and always dive with a buddy.

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