A subject that sometimes sparks debate on a dive boat is whether a dive site counts as a cave dive or a cavern dive. If you're out on a recreational dive boat, the chances are it was a cavern dive. When it comes to scuba diving, there is a subtle distinction between a cave and cavern. Cavern and cave diving differ in terms of how far from the entrance a diver goes, with cavern divers always being able to see the...
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Nitrogen narcosis occurs on deep dives, usually beyond 100 feet (30 m) and can impair divers judgement. Luckly it is not dangerous and can be easily dealt with.
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As a new diver, you're going to make mistakes. Just be careful not to make those that would endanger you or your dive buddy while scuba diving.