History about the origin of the underwater diving
Freediving was started by hunting valuable resources which are available in oceans for food or other use. Pearls were used in ornaments, fish were included in the diet, etc. Then diving bells were invented for supplying air at depth. Improvement in diving dress was a waterproof suit with helmet. During World Wars creation and recreation happened in the overall look of diver. The modern diving suit is an updated version of the lighter-weight headgear with oxygen gas on the back.
History of Wreck diving from the initial stage
Wreckage of ships, aircraft, and other structures are explored and gave birth to wreck diving. Wreck diving also includes diving to crashed aircraft. The distinction of the wreck is unlimited till the end of the sea. The wreck also includes some hazards to the diver. As many hurdles can be there in the ocean which is seen only after going near it.
Where there are not many visible guidelines will help for survival. Breathing gas should be sufficient enough to survive and breathe till the exit from the sea. Marine lives also take advantage of the ready-made home provided by the wreck. But while shifting it we should take care of them. Methods or equipment used depend on the locality of different regions.
Reasons behind diving wrecks
The shipwreck is the center of attraction for many divers. Man-made wreck not only gives joy to humans but also helps in the survival of marine life by providing habitat. Things that normally float on water are observed to sink deep down in the ocean for diving.
Some accidents create history and ready-made wrecks as well. Diver learns to face more challenges and tries to manage the risk at the same time. Some companies use this technique to hunt and researchers try to develop new species or redevelop existing ones. Wrecks placed in shallow water have more biological activity than wrecks in deep water. Diving is having a high risk of health issues due to insufficient intake of oxygen. That’s why training is given in shallow water before going into the deep sea.
Various types of wreck diving
Swimming outside the wreck is called non-penetration diving. Limited penetrate diving is performed in the interior parts of the wreck from which exit can be easily seen. Full penetrate diving has a portion that is not visible. As levels of wreck diving increase, they become more and more difficult.
So, more practice is needed to perform difficult ones. Additional risk and greater hazards get added as the level increases which gives much knowledge and experience with skills. So what are you waiting for? Do start your training soon and enjoy wreck underwater diving by becoming friendly with marine creatures.