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subaqua

(ˌsʌbˈækwə)
adj
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) of or relating to underwater sport: subaqua swimming; a subaqua club.
[from sub- + Latin aqua water]
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subaqua

[ˌsʌbˈækwə] ADJsubacuático, de submarinismo
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He was off duty and diving with a local subaqua club on Saturday near Hook Head when it is believed he suffered a severe attack of decompression sickness.
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The event was also supported by Plongeur.com, Subaqua Magazine, Chercheurs d'eau, PlongeeOnline.
The pair, who are members of the University of Liverpool subaqua diving club (LUSAC), paid a visit to Holyhead RNLI station yesterday morning to speak to the volunteers RESCUED: Craig who played a part in their dramatic rescue.
On the community front, participating organisations included Doha SubAqua Club, H2O Swimming, the Doha Players and Doha Community Orchestra.
Firefighters were called in at 7.30am yesterday to recover the body, which was located near the Yacht & Subaqua Club in East Burrows Road in the city.
A COVENTRY subaqua club is starting an ocean diver course next month which, once completed, entitles participants to dive anywhere in the world to a depth of 20metres.
Llandegfedd reservoir is one of the largest stretches of open water in South Wales and is home to a range of watersports, including sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, subaqua and fishing.
Or take to dinghies and canoes with the RYA in the Volvo Sail and Canoe Zone, which also plays host to sailing clubs, surf-kiting, jet-biking and subaqua clubs offering advice.
Children from across South Wales also enjoyed meeting policing mascots Billy Blue and Bobby the Car as well as seeing the police helicopter and subaqua boat.
Thus, especially in his later years, Cousteau effectively encouraged the proliferation of such 'subaqua' clubs and activities, on both sides of the Atlantic.