Recreational diving is still a relatively young sport. Created in the 1950s, it gained acceptance in the ’60s and ’70s, boomed in the ’80s and took great technological leaps in the ’90s.
If you’ve been diving for decades, there’s a good chance that not everything you learned in your open-water class still applies. New research and equipment have made diving safer and more enjoyable than ever—if you know the rules.
Some of the rules in the article seem to be a bit older and are probably well known by experienced divers but it’s interesting to read about it.
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This article is written by scubadiving.com