- NJ Sandy Hook. Image Source. This is one of the most safe scuba diving places, and is frequented by both new divers and old veterans.
- Lana Carol. Image Source.
- The Duncan. Image Source.
- The January Wreck. Image Source.
- The Leon Walter. Image Source.
Why is it not recommended to scuba dive?
Diving does entail some risk. Not to frighten you, but these risks include decompression sickness (DCS, the “bends”), arterial air embolism, and of course drowning. There are also effects of diving, such as nitrogen narcosis, that can contribute to the cause of these problems.
How much does scuba diving usually cost?
For beginners, it costs around $70 to $200 to do a single introductory dive with a guide and between $200 and $600 or more to do an open water diving course with a scuba instructor. Online courses are available to begin your scuba diving certification journey at your own pace and range from $0 to $200.
How much should it cost to get scuba certified?
Your requirements will include the certification course itself and all of the gear that you need to get started. The cheapest certification courses for beginners can be found for $500. If you’re looking to become a skilled diver, consider looking into the $2500-3000 range.