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Learning to dive

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Matt

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Aug 12, 2000
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Hi

Dead simple this one, I need to find a website that can tell me locations of dive schools all over the UK (friends and I need to learn to dive but we live in a number locations all over the place)

Any help will be gratefully received
Thanks
Matt
 

Dr Scuba

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Jan 5, 2000
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Matt

Best idea, consider doing PADI Open Water , that way all your friends can do the same course theory and pool work (confined water) at various locations - then you can obtain a referal and then all get together and complete the Open Water together as a group of friends on holidays

Regards
Mal James
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Jan 14, 2001
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Yes i was wondering if you could helpme get the deffinitons of these can you tell me what "SPG" and a "BCD" stands for...Also,can tell me what the danger level in your oxygen tank is(what P.S.I level?) i would really appreciate it thank you
 

Aegir

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SPG stands for Submersible pressure gauge
BCD = Buoyancy compensating device, often abbreviated to BC (buoyancy compensator) or simply "stab jacket". Hope this helps :)
 
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