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No Gravity-Divers is a diving centre located in Daventry - Northamptonshire, specialising in recreational and technical diving. The company offers training, diving equipment, dive trips, and equipment servicing.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Scuba diving is an exciting and unique way to explore the underwater world. It's a form of underwater diving where divers use a self-contained breathing apparatus while they explore the ocean's depths. Imagine being able to glide effortlessly through crystal clear waters, surrounded by vibrant marine life and stunning coral reefs. Scuba diving is an experience like no other and can provide an exhilarating sense of adventure and discovery.

Scuba diving requires a certain level of physical fitness and skill, but it is a sport that is accessible to almost anyone.  To become a certified scuba diver, you must be at least 10 years old and in good physical health. You'll need to complete a scuba diving certification course. This typically includes a combination of classroom sessions, pool training, and open-water dives. In addition, you'll need to have the proper equipment, such as a wetsuit, fins, mask, and scuba tank.
Scuba diving offers the opportunity to explore depths otherwise inaccessible to most people. The maximum depth limit for recreational scuba diving is typically 40 metres (130 feet). However, the depth limit varies depending on the certification level of the diver. As well as the dive site, and the conditions of the water.  With proper training and experience, scuba divers can explore depths that offer unique and unforgettable experiences. Such as encountering fascinating marine life or exploring historic shipwrecks.
Scuba diving, like any adventure sport, has some inherent risks. However, following safety precautions, and using proper training and equipment, scuba diving is generally safe. Before diving, it's important to check the weather, tides, and currents, as well as the health and safety of the dive site. Always dive with a buddy, follow proper diving procedures, and be aware of your surroundings to minimise potential risks.
The time a scuba diver can stay underwater depends on several factors, including:
  • The dive depth
  • The diver's breathing rate
  • The capacity of their scuba tank. 
Typically, a scuba tank will last between 30 minutes to an hour, but this depends on the circumstances. Some divers may use a rebreather, which recycles the air and allows for longer dive times. However, this requires specialised training and equipment. Regardless of how long you stay underwater, scuba diving offers a unique and unforgettable experience. You can create memories that last a lifetime.
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