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Re: Want to Rent Tank & Regulator





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Posted by Jon on May 01, 2009 at 22:39:12:

In Reply to: Want to Rent Tank & Regulator posted by Barry Shea on May 01, 2009 at 22:25:56:

Your best bet is to call around to dive stores and ask if they offer a "Discover Scuba" experience. Many do and often at no charge.

This will give your friend's daughter a chance to experience scuba safely, under the supervision of an instructor.

Even though it may seem safe to do this in a backyard pool, there's a chance for something to go wrong, especially if she feels claustrophobic, panics and bolts for the surface holding her breath. If you look at the downside, I think you'd agree that the risk outweighs the convenience.



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