Over the last half century, scuba diving—which was, in its earlier days, reserved for the elite, brave and courageous—has become a mainstream sport for the masses. On the one hand, this is very good. Millions of people get to see with their own eyes how diverse and exciting the underwater world is.
Over the past few decades, we have witnessed how the underwater immersion became favorites in the mass enthusiasm. The development of the tourism industry made available to visit the most remote and exotic corners of the planet.Well-established and branched divers training system annually issue certificates divers