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Types of Diving

Body Positions
Body Positions

During the flight of a dive, the body of the diver must be held in one of four diving positions: tuck, pike, straight, and free. During the flight of a dive, the body of the diver must be held in one of four diving positions: tuck, pike, straight, and free.

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BSAC- British Sub Aqua Club
BSAC- British Sub Aqua Club

Find a scuba diving club Find a snorkelling club Find a tech friendly club ... Training Club life BSAC Centres British Sub-Aqua Jubilee Trust ... British Sub-Aqua Club.

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CMAS
CMAS

In addition to organizing international underwater sport events it is at the forefront of technical and scientific research and development. It can be associated with elaborating one of the oldest and most extensive dive training system.

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Dive Numbers
Dive Numbers

The numbers start with the 100s. Any dive or somersault that leaves the board or platform in the forward position is classified as forward and given the group number one. The diving number for the forward group is three digits long.

NAUI- National Association of Underwater Instructors
NAUI- National Association of Underwater Instructors

NAUI: The National Association of Underwater Instructors. The Definition of DivingĀ®. NAUI is the world's leading non-profit association of scuba diver training. The Definition of DivingĀ®. NAUI is the world's leading non-profit association of scuba diver training.

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PADI- Professional Association of Diving Instructors
PADI- Professional Association of Diving Instructors

PADI Instructors have safely guided divers below the surface for over 50 years. Teaching the world's most popular dive curriculum, they transform lives, and open hearts and minds to the hidden beauty of nature's creation and our obligation to protect it.

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SSI- Scuba Schools International
SSI- Scuba Schools International

Welcome to the World of SSI. Scuba Schools International ... SCUBA DIVING. LEARN TO DIVE, OR TAKE YOUR DIVE TO THE NEXT LEVEL. LEARN MORE

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Types of Dives
Types of Dives

When divers submit their list of dives for a round of competition, they identify each dive by number. Traditionally, a dive has three or four numbers, followed by a letter (i.e. 305B or 5132D). Numbers correspond to the categories or positions in a dive.

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