Windsurfing is the ultimate watersports experience of thrills which can be enjoyed by any age.
Being able to get on and off the board without falling off.
Going in a straight line and going backwards safely. Turning while on the move.
Launching the board safely
This is a challenging sport using nature's cleanest and most powerful forces, that is especially rewarding when you have mastered a skill you'll have for life.
The basic equipments for windsurfing consists of a board and rig, buoyancy aid windsurfer boots and wet suits.
Waterskiing first appeared in the early 1900s. At the time, it was called "aquaplaning." Aquaplane boards were usually 6 to 10 feet long and 3 feet wide, with a rope tied to the front.
The skier or aquaplaner held on to a rope which was attached to the front of the board. This made it possible to stand up and use body weight to manipulate the board.
Nowadays, more than 350 waterskiing tournaments take place each year in which records for speed, distance and endurance continue to be broken.
Scuba stands for self-contained underwater breathing apparatus. Scuba divers carry a tank of air that allows them to breathe while deep underwater.
Scuba diving usually done in the ocean, but divers also explore other bodies of water, including lakes, rivers, and ponds.
There are many different types of diving, of which cave, wreck,
tek, commercial and military diving are just a few. The most common form of diving is Leisure diving, or recreational diving.
Recreational divers do so to enjoy aquatic life, but others carry out serious-work underwater. Commercial divers are highly trained men and women who work on offshore oil rigs, pipelines, harbours and wrecks.
In addition to commercial operations, Police divers perform search-and-recovery missions. Military divers engaged in combat and surveillance.
Treasure hunters and salvagers recover valuables by diving in areas where ships lie on the bottom. Marine biologists, geologists, and archaeologists use diving to gather valuable scientific information.
The Professional Association of Dive Instructors (PADI) estimates that there are now 6 million active divers worldwide.
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