Re: First SCUBA lesson.
> you want the best when your underwater.Oh, most definately. They told me that the regulator was the most
expensive piece, but also the most practical. So far, I have had
three lessons, and seem to be doing ok, except for one thing. I am
having trouble achieving neutral bouyancy. It seems that I am either
going up, or down, but no ready-steady. But the instructor said that
that would only come naturally after much practice and experience. I
was thinking of maybe going into a career where I would be able to
use diving. Treasure hunting, while fun and exciting, is not very
practical. Not for a career choice anyway. But I could be the guy who
cleans the shark tanks at the aquarium! Or something else. I just
don't want to be a septic diver. eeeewwww!