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Get to Know Your Underwater Neighbors

It’s the most common question divers ask: What is that fish called? The opportunity to see brilliantly colored tropical fish and other marine creatures in their natural environment is among the chief reasons many of us dive. Yet doing so is nowhere near as fun as it could be if you don’t know:

The names of the animals you are looking at.

What makes them unique.

What relatives they may have in different oceans of the world.

Fortunately, there is no need to remain in the dark. In a short period of time, you can master the names of the most common fish, plus learn fascinating facts about their origin an behavior.

Eligibility to participate.

Be at least 12 years old.

Be certified the NASE Open Water Diver level (or equivalent).

Be able to answer No to all questions on the NASE Medical History form.

or secure a physician’s approval for diving prior to the start of the course

Program

Self Study - Using the convenient NASE eLearning program.

In-Water Training - This may be a combination of confined-water and open-water training, or it may take place entirely in open water. Students must log at least 50 minutes of Actual Bottom Time under instructor supervision.

Necessary equipment

Mask and fins, Adequate exposure protection, BC and regulator system, One full cylinder per dive, Dive computer or depth gauge and timer Dive knife or cutting tool, Underwater camera system

Depending on the dive site and planned activities, it may also be prudent to have items such as audible and visual surface signals. Your instructor may have further equipment requirements.

NASE KOREA

경기도 수원시 팔달구 월드컵로 310(월드컵 스포츠센터) 

Tel. 031-259-2154  Fax. 02)569-9446

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