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Diving Gear Rental in Maldives
 

Having the right equipment is an important contribution for a safe and successful dive. Most of the diving schools in the resorts and cruisers with diving packages in the Maldives provide diving equipments. All the equipment required for a successful and safe dive are provided by these resorts and cruisers.

Maintained in top condition, these equipments are of the best quality and usually state of the art equipments. They include Compressors, BCD's or “Buoyancy Control Devices”, Tanks, “Octopus Regulators”, Fins, Snorkels, Fins, Wetsuits, “Weight Belts” and Weights, and “Dive Computers”.
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Your wetsuit should be a 3mm full length, or a lycra suit. This type is perfect for diving through all the times of the year. For making more than one dive a day, a 5mm wetsuit is preferred. You can bring your own wetsuit. A wetsuit may not be required during hot periods, when the lagoon water is warmer. The water temperatures in the Ocean rarely differ from the range of 27 - 30 degrees Celsius.

 

• Octopus Regulator: A regulator has an instrument console, two demand valves, BC connector hose and a first stage.

• Maldivian Laws forbid diving without octopus regulators. So it is better to carry extra regulators in case of need.

• Weight Belts and Weights: Weight belts are used for countering positive buoyancy.

• Fins: Fins are used to propel the diver through the water.

• Tanks: For diving, mainly single high-pressure tanks are used in the modern times.

• Buoyancy Control Devices (BCD): Buoyancy control devices (BCDs) help you to control your buoyancy. They are inflatable bags styled in the form of jackets.

• BCDs are used to increase or decrease your buoyancy in a controlled manner. You can maintain neutral Buoyancy in this way.

• Mask: The mask provides a diver with a window and air space in front of the eyes, helping him to have a clear sight underwater.

• Snorkels: Snorkels are used for breathing on the surface.

• Torches: It is always best to carry torches along as they light up dark places like caves. In addition, they also reveal true colour underwater.

• Dive Slate: Often used for exchanging messages, underwater.

• Compass: Compass helps you to determine your navigation underwater.

• Depth gauge: Helps determine your depth.

• Pressure gauge.

• Dive Knife: A dive knife is an important piece of equipment as it helps you to protect yourself against predatory fishes and sharks. It can also be used as a tool.

• Booties: Booties provide you with protection and warmth

 
   


 
Diving Gear Rental in Maldives. Diving Equipmet Rental in Maldives.