Three top interesting facts about great white sharks include; humans are not on their hunting menu; they are the largest predatory fish in the ocean; and they are warm-blooded creatures similar to mammals.
When you consider any guide to choice of wetsuit and water temperature, you must consider your own personal tolerance to the cold. In addition to how easily you feel the cold, also consider the topside conditions between dives on your dive interval. But also take account of the depth of your dive too.
The temperature range over which you need a drysuit to scuba dive is anywhere between 14-21°C (57-70°F). The temperature at which you need a drysuit will depend on your personal tolerance to the cold.
Partly because more people ski than scuba dive, there are more skiing accidents happen over a given period. Some of these accidents are very minor and some involve broken bones. But to answer the question ‘is skiing more dangerous than scuba diving?’, it turns out that scuba diving is statistically more dangerous than skiing and snowboarding when it comes to fatalities.
What is Dry Suit Diving? Most divers know that water sucks heat out of your body 25 times faster than air of the same temperature. Which means if you’re diving in cold water you must use the correct exposure suit to be comfortable and to protect yourself from hypothermia. Depending on your personal tolerance to the cold, I suggest a drysuit is necessary anywhere below 14-21°C (70-57°F).
The best January dive destinations for liveaboard boats includes the Caribbean, the Galapagos Islands, Egypt’s Red Sea, Costa Rica’s Cocos Island, the Maldives, Thailand and Antarctica.