By Chris NiedermanThe Bahamas is a popular destination for divers in the South Pacific, and in particular for scuba divers.
While there are many dive sites in the Bahamas, the Bahamas’ main dive sites are on the island of St. Croix and off the southern tip of the island.
However, there are several other places in the country that can be found with a diving license, such as the Bahamas National Aquarium, where divers can go and see dolphins, sea lions and sea turtles.
While these sites are not on the same scale as the reef diving sites found in the Cayman Islands or St. Lucia, they are very popular.
Here are a few things you need to know before diving in the Caribbean.
Diving is not the same as diving at sea.
Dive-ins are different from scuba dives because they take place off the beach and involve diving underwater.
The water depth, the water temperature and the pressure in the water are all important factors when diving.
The depth of the water in the Gulf of St Lawrence varies from 1 to 4 meters (4 to 10 feet).
A person needs to know these things, so you can know if you want to dive at the sea or not.
Dives can take anywhere from one to five hours.
The Bahamas is very shallow, so diving underwater for longer periods of time is not recommended.
You can go as far as seven days, but that doesn’t mean you should.
There are no restrictions on the number of divers you can join.
Divers can join a dive group as long as they have a license to dive and are at least 16 years old.
The dive groups are mostly for adults and have no diving experience.
You do need to be able to swim, dive, and use the dive site in a safe manner.
You can only go in a group of five divers.
Each dive site has a minimum of five people.
If you have more than five people, you are asked to bring your own equipment.
There are no safety equipment or helmets.
If diving is not possible, you may also bring your friends.
You will need a safety helmet to wear, but there are other items that you may need if you have to dive underwater, such a life jacket, a pair of goggles, a life vest and a life preserver.
The life preservers are necessary to protect you from the high levels of oxygen in the ocean.
The oxygen levels in the air are high.
There is a limit of 10 divers per dive site, and it’s not recommended to dive more than 10 dives per day.
Diving can take a long time.
A good dive requires more than 60 minutes.
You may need to wait until the end of the dive to do a recovery dive.
There is also no end to the divers in your group.
Divers can use a diving mask, but it is not necessary.
The only reason to use a mask is if you need it for breathing.
The mask should be of the same type as your diving helmet.
The divers will need to wear a special mask that is made of a soft material that will protect your face and eyes.
You will need your own safety helmet, which can be bought from the diving equipment store.
The diver needs to wear the mask while diving and it should not get wet.
A divers helmet protects you from impact and can be worn by you, your partners and others.
The helmet should be thick enough to protect your head, shoulders, chest and face from the impact of the divers head.
The other items you will need are the safety harness, life preservative, a personal protective equipment (PPE) and an emergency whistle.
There will be an entrance fee for divers to dive in the Bahamas.
The entrance fee is 1,000 Bahamian shillings ($10).
If you buy your ticket online, you can also pay by credit card or PayPal.
The ticket can be purchased online or in person at the national Aquarium at Fort Lauderdale.
The Bahamas national Aquaria is located at 1201 East Biscayne Boulevard, St. Thomas, FL 33169.
For more information about diving in St. Kitts, St Lucia, St Croix, and St. Martin, please call the Bahamas Dive and Rescue Association at (727) 995-2675.
For information about the Bahamas diving industry, visit www.bahamas.org.