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- Available only to certified open-water scuba divers, instructional and safety lessons are provided prior to your dive.
- On overseas trips I meet many British divers who don't dive at home.
- Jan was bemused that few of the divers on our boat talked about what they had seen on the dive.
- An experienced deep-sea diver from Greater Manchester drowned after running out of air, an inquest was told.
- The novice wreck diver will not be spooked, as no torch is required inside much of this wreckage.
- As you swim through, your image is reflected from the ceiling, where previous divers ' bubbles have collected.
- Many technical divers do their dive in advance without leaving the sofa.
- Properly equipped certified cave divers may obtain the key from the nearby dive shop.
- Drift dives are almost always done from a boat, which drops divers in the water at the entry point.
- Their coloration and daily spawning make them a favorite among divers visiting the Caribbean.
- At this time, the stationary diver swims to buddy and signals need for gas.
- Each time, the divers dove from higher cliffs until they reached the very top.
- The reef face is pockmarked by some fairly deep caves where only qualified cave divers should venture.
- There is something for everyone, from newly qualified divers through to experienced wreck explorers.
- A diver visiting from Madrid tells me that in these conditions, Montoya is even better.
- Something makes it possible for the pool and diver to exist, and makes a perfect dive possible.
- Fortunately, serious medical problems are not common in recreational scuba divers.
- A coach who trained Olympic divers has died suddenly less then a week before his 70th birthday.
- Most of them are experienced divers looking for clear water and shipwrecks to explore.
- Certification is the first trial every diver must face.
1.2(casual swimmer)the divers kept splashing us — continuamente nos salpicaban los que se tiraban al agua
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- Her passport, mobile telephone, trainers and handbag were found by police divers in Barmston Drain.
- It was possible that the U.S. had their own divers out in the water on counter-insurgence missions.
- Police divers found a 9mm self-loading pistol at the bottom of a river in Co Limerick in December.
- Police divers and forensic officers were at the canal yesterday as the Force helicopter made several sweeps of the area.
- Rescue workers struggled for hours to free victims and police divers searched downstream for survivors and bodies.
- This week, police divers joined the operation, swimming through the river's cold, dark waters searching for clues.
- Members of the fire service's water rescue team also joined the search before police underwater divers turned out at 10.30 pm.
- For safety reasons, professional divers were employed for the job.
- Again a number of devices were found, divers descended attaching lines and bringing the mines aboard.
- Navy clearance divers, now members of TAG / East come ashore at Garden Island during anti-terrorist exercises.
- Rescue divers jumped into the 2,000-gallon saltwater tank on Monday night and hauled him up.
- The skipper treads water as a Navy diver waits for a line to be thrown from the Oryx helicopter.
- Police divers have been searching lakes and ponds for clues to the disappearance of a missing dad.
- They need to bring in an extra crane to help clear some of that debris before they want to put more divers down in the water.
- And a rescue diver in the Coast Guard helicopter offered to take Jefferson, but he declined.
- Police divers have taken their first look at the wreck, with Sergeant Glenn McPhee saying it's a high probability it is the Princess.
- They've sent divers out into the water, but so far, with all that muck and debris in there, they've only been able to see about five feet down.
- The ship's clearance divers recently destroyed three piles of Japanese shells using red detonating cord.
- Nonetheless, as we trekked Croton Point Park on Sunday, some divers in the Hudson River caught our eye.
- I was expecting to see puffins, exciting divers and a variety of waders.
- They fear that the turbines could kill rare birds such as golden eagles, black-throated divers and species of wader.
- There are diverse divers, ducks, waders and birds of prey.
- Several species of grebes and divers feed in the shallows offshore.
- The latter finds favour with ducks, divers and Canada geese some of which cruised the river.
- But as it's turned out, divers have become the Grey Nurses' greatest friends.