el buceo (sport); bucear (verb) This is also snorkeling.
I think you mean BUSEAR, which means to go scuba diving. El buseo = scuba diving. Buseador = scuba diver.
There are scuba diving classes and popular scuba diving areas in Sydney, Australia. Scuba diving clubs are not advertised in that area.
There are currently no professional sports that involve scuba diving.
Amazon has a vast selection of books about scuba diving. Among these are informational books about scuba diving, as well as stories about scuba diving experiences. Amazon is also likely to have the best price.
No, but "scuba-diving" is a verb.
seriously? it is not diving and you don't scuba to breath in air.
yes there are, including scuba diving
I usually do scuba diving in ponds and sometimes in the ocean. You can scuba dive anywhere that the public is allowed to swim.
Christopher Wayne Dueker has written: 'Scuba diving in safety and health' -- subject(s): Diving, Physiological aspects, Physiological aspects of Scuba diving, Safety measures, Scuba diving, Skin diving
I am pretty sure that GreatWebGames.com has the Stunt Scuba diving game.
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