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- n. underwater swimming using scuba equipment
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- n. skin diving with scuba apparatus
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Diana Peterfreund has been scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef, spelunking through sunken caverns in New Zealand, and, most importantly, white-water rafting with both her parents down the River of No Return.
When I was a midshipman, I went scuba diving in oceans around the world, surfed big waves in Hawaii, flew fast helicopters, and parachuted into the atmosphere to float down to Earth in absolute quiet.
Now, with the hands moving on the face of my scuba diving watch, a graduation gift from my grandfather, I threw some lunch in my backpack, jumped in my ten-year-old Ford, still running but on its last legs, and set out for the early morning drive east on Sunrise Highway toward Mastic Beach.