Frequently Asked Questions FAQ
1. How does scuba diving operate and what is it?
Scuba diving is a type of underwater diving where the diver breathes underwater while wearing a self-contained underwater breathing apparatus.
2. Who is able to scuba dive?
All ages above 12 years and abilities are welcome to try scuba diving in Havelock Island as long as they are in good physical condition and have taken a scuba certification course.
3. What does it take to become scuba certified?
You must successfully complete a scuba diving course that imparts the fundamental expertise, information, and safety precautions of scuba diving before you can become certified.
4. What equipment do I require for scuba diving?
A wetsuit or drysuit, a weight belt, a dive computer, a regulator, a tank, a BCD (buoyancy control device), fins, and a dive mask are all considered to be essential pieces of scuba equipment.
5. When scuba diving, how far can you go?
For recreational scuba diving, the maximum depth is typically 40 meters (130 feet).
6. Is diving safe?
When the right training, gear, dive planning, and dive management procedures are used, scuba diving is generally safe.
7. What kinds of marine life can you observe while scuba diving?
While scuba diving, one can see a variety of underwater creatures, such as corals, sea turtles, sharks, manta rays, and colorful fish.
8. What distinguishes scuba diving from snorkeling?
The activity of snorkeling involves swimming on the surface of the water while using a snorkel to breathe. Havelock Scuba diving packages entail submerging yourself and breathing through a scuba.
09. When is the ideal season to go scuba diving?
The location and type of underwater environment you want to explore will determine the best time to book scuba diving at Havelock Island. Some well-known dive sites have distinct seasons for various marine life.
10. Or is it only possible to scuba dive in saltwater?
Depending on the location and circumstances, scuba diving Havelock can be done in both freshwater and saltwater.