Scuba diving Essays

  • Narrative Essay On Vortex Springs

    761 Words  | 4 Pages

    going on, people swimming, and even diving. We got there early so we could swim and do other things that were available and to my surprise they had a zip line that went over the water. That was what I decided to do first, but the line was terrible. It felt like I was waiting for a ride at the fair, but when

  • Hawaii Persuasive Speech

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    you could do a lot of things like going diving in a shallow 160ft water. You could even go fishing.Some companies offer shark encounters you could look at them inside a cage and the sharks come up and meet you. Their is also dolphin excursions and see the dolphins.You could also go on in adventure and discover new things and also you could go parachuting.Even whale watching, some boat tours if you are in the water you could go deeper to the with some scuba tanks, snorkeling,surfing.Their is more

  • Personal Narrative Essay: Diving Sheet

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    We loaded up the trunk of the 450 SL Mercedes. To my surprise, it was large enough to hold all our diving gear, and the three of us were more than comfortable in the champagne convertible. I certainly was. Mark, my older brother, was in the front seat, even so, the better view of Giselle was all mine and Goddamn if she did not look good driving. We were having an adventure that day that only Southern California could offer. Fantasies came to life for us on a fairly consistent basis. Backstage passes

  • Bottlenose Dolphin Adaptation

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    The bottlenose dolphin has made adaptions for its need for energy, need to reproduce, predation, and abiotic environmental factors. There are three adaptations for abiotic environmental factors. The first one is that the bottlenose dolphin will rapidly emerge from the water to dive back in as a way to save energy so they can swim faster. They also just do this for pure fun. It is common for dolphins to have a limited amount of motion but because the bottlenose dolphin only has two out of seven neck

  • In The Heart Of The Sea Weather Analysis

    505 Words  | 3 Pages

    Who doesn’t love going out to the sea to sail, or fish, or even go scuba diving? It’s fun, it’s relaxing, and it lets people explore and get to know the ocean by seeing all the sea creatures, such as dolphins, whales, and sharks. However, even if you love doing those activities, it’s of the upmost importance to keep track of the weather during the course of the day or week at which you will be out at the sea. In Nathaniel Philbrick’s In the Heart of the Sea, a whaling crew must tackle the forces

  • My Roller Coasters: The Dolphin Ride

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    My roller coaster is called The Dolphin Ride and the reason it’s called The Dolphin Ride because it is shaped like a Dolphin. The ride is completely safe to ride The roller coaster begins from the mouth of the Dolphin. The ride is for people 10 or older. Each time 20 people would ride the roller coaster. This ride reaches the attitude of 189 ft long.The roller coaster begins to slowly move in the water. Later, In the ride people riding the roller coaster would go under the water and would have submarine

  • Remote Ocean Advantages And Disadvantages

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    On the off chance that you are one for remote ocean angling, the most ideal way you can take advantage of the game is to contract a pontoon for a remote ocean angling excursion. Remote ocean angling contracts are extraordinary fun when you go in a gathering. There are numerous points of interest for gathering sanctions and the trading and lending is only one of them. At the point when on a remote ocean sanction with a great deal of individual fishers you will observe that you will have a ton more

  • Swot Analysis Of Caribbean Airlines

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    Objectives 3.1 Focus on airport resources and technology to improve on time flights, arrival, baggage handling. Caribbean Airlines objectives are to have a flowing routine, by allowing customers to check in their baggage at any time and remove the fixed time according to the customer’s flight. The customers can enjoy the freedom of having lunch with families without the hassle of dragging multiple bags behind them. Another objective would be to improvement of flights scheduled, meeting each and

  • Persuasive Essay On Spearfishing

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    expedition, you need to be aware of the water and weather conditions of the location you plan to do your spearfishing at as well as make sure you are fully-equipped and protected against the elements. In addition to your spear gun, you will also need your diving mask and snorkel, which help you see and breathe better underwater. You will also need your wetsuit and sting suit to make sure you keep warm under water and to protect yourself against jellyfish stings. You will also need the matching fins to help

  • Case Study Coral Divers Resort

    1705 Words  | 7 Pages

    TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 3 1. KEY ISSUES: PROBLEM STATEMENT 5 GREYWELL’S ALTERNATIVE OPTIONS 6 a. ALTERNATIVE 1: ACCEPT RASCALS OFFER 6 b. ALTERNATIVE 2: FOCUS ON ADVENTURE DIVING 6 c. ALTERNATIVE 3: RELOCATE 6 PREVIOUS STRATEGIES: 7 a. RESORT DEVELOPMENT 7 b. PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT 7 c. JOINT VENTURE 7 d. MARKET PENETRATION 7 2. WHAT DID THE MANAGEMENT DO/CURRENT STRATEGIES 7 a. SWOT Analysis 8 3. RECOMMENDATIONS 9 CONCLUSION 10 REFERENCES 11 INTRODUCTION Coral Divers Resort is a

  • Internal And External Conflict In The Tunnel Short Story

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    There are two conflicts presented in the story. External and internal. The exterior conflict is when Jerry starts to train his body to be able to hold his breath for a long time and swim through the tunnel. The second conflict is internal. In the beginning, Jerry is portrayed as a boy who is dependent on his mother and cannot do anything without her. However, Jerry trains himself and swims through the tunnel without his mother’s help or knowledge, which leads to that he begins to be independent

  • Persuasive Essay On Ocean Animals

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    You take a huge breath in your scuba mask. You dive into the water you, open your eyes. It’s all bright and colorful. You see multiple animals. There is some that are ugly but you see the most beautiful fish. You wonder what happened to it.: Say you’re in that scenario. You like what 's under the surface. Oceanic animals have many benefits and doubts most people don 't understand why or what it happening to these animals. These ocean animals are impacting the earth in multiple ways. Are they impacting

  • Essay On Underwater Welding

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    UNDERWATER WELDING TIPS AND TRICKS Underwater welding is usually done for materials that are primarily used and mainly created to withstand aquatic contact. And now, in doing this specific task or job and if you are inclined into doing this, there are different and various techniques that will surely be of help in doing underwater welding. The following tips are a must and should be observe. GET IDEAS ABOUT THE JOB In every job, being efficient means that you really know what you should do and know

  • Personal Narrative: The Punta Cana Vacation

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    The Punta Cana Vacation Have you ever had a vacation where your child does something horrible in public at a swimming pool? A vacation is when one or more people are gone for an extended period of time. When I was four years old me, my mother, my father, my grandpa, and my grandma went to Punta Cana to get away from the cold weather. It has been happening, ever since we left Illinois and Missouri. So, we boarded the plane and took off to Punta Cana, everyone was either taking a nap or watching a

  • Personal Narrative-My Trip To Wisconsin Dells

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    The summer of 2017 I went with my uncle to Wisconsin Dells. It was my first time going to Wisconsin Dells. There were so many things to experience at the waterpark from the long lines of people, to the many water slides, to the loudness and the smell of chlorine. We arrived at the waterpark at about ten o’clock. There weren 't very many people there. My cousin and I began by going on many waterslides, from tube slides to body slides. It was awesome because we didn’t have to wait very long. A little

  • Personal Narrative-Swim

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    Around two years ago, when I was just a young swimmer , my coach asked my swimming group what a swim meet was. The reply came back with some confused looks and the rare nod of a head. She then told us what a meet was. I then told my parents about this new type of competition, they signed me up and brought me to a strange place, leading me to where I am now, with legs trembling and about two and a half feet above the ominously still pool on a white platform. As I stare at the water, it stares right

  • Personal Narrative: My First Day At Salem High School

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    The first day of swim practice, freshman year. The first day of walking onto a pool deck filled with seventy girls and a scary coach. The first day of my high school experience. The first day of an unbreakable friendship. I slid into the frigid water of the Salem High School pool with two other girls that day. One was chatty, friendly, funny; the other: quieter, more reserved. As the season went on, my teammates and I got to know each other, and our lane of three became a fun-filled group of five

  • Cause And Effect Essay On Lifeguarding

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    The pool area is warm and the lights have a soft, yellow glow to them. In the background are parents, already in the metal bleachers, ready to watch their kids attempt to swim for forty-five minutes. I dress in a red tie-dye shirt with a large black cross on the back and the words “lifeguard” displayed on the front. Black shorts, a pair of Crocs for shoes, and a black plastic whistle on a yellow string complete the outfit I am required to wear for my job as a lifeguard. As the noise of people talking

  • Personal Narrative Essay On Swimming

    586 Words  | 3 Pages

    When I was eight years old, I joined the Shaker Sharks swim team. I was put in the lowest group and struggled to swim even a 25. I considered swimming a hobby at best, not even realizing it was a sport. Two years later, my family and I moved to Solon. I switched teams to join the Solon Stars Swim Club. The environment was far more competitive, which I noticed immediately. I was also beginning to understand the value of a team, a support system greater than oneself. One time at a meet, I had been

  • My Lifeguard: A Short Story

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    You never know how helpless you are until you have a near death experience. One summer, when I was young, my family and I went to a water park. I didn’t know how to swim, but thankfully the majority of the park required no swimming ability. For one of the rides, I wanted to get out of my tube and jump around, but once I climbed out, I immediately sunk to the bottom. I tried to kick back up and just as my legs gave in, a lifeguard climbed in and pulled me up. I was grateful to him, but something was