You asked: Who invented scuba diving?

When did scuba diving get invented?

1943: Jacques Cousteau and Emile Gagnan invented and made an open‑circuit diving breathing set, using a demand regulator which Gagnan modified from a demand regulator used to let a petrol‑driven car run on a big bag of coal‑gas carried on its roof during war me shortages of petrol. Cousteau had his first dives with it.

Who invented scuba technology in 1943?

1943. French naval officer Jacques-Yves Cousteau and Air Liquide engineer Emile Gagnan develop an autonomous diving system with a demand regulator, the scaphandre autonome. It would soon be called “Aqua-Lung,” after Cousteau coined the word for English-speaking countries.

Can non swimmers do scuba diving?

The answer is: yes, you can

To get certified as a diver, you need to know basic swimming (ability to float or tread water for 10 min, swim 200m unaided/300m with mask-fins-snorkel). However, to do introductory scuba diving program such as Try Scuba or a PADI Discover Scuba Diving program, swimming is not required.

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