While Germany doesn't have a large diving scene compared to the other major nations of the world, it is very professional and commited to sports diving in general.
Freshwater sites are an important place for diving in Germany. For German divers living in the central and southern parts of Germany there are limited opportunities to dive in the Baltic Sea
Germany's weather is continental and less rainy and windy than the UK. The Baltic sea can give some influence though.
The Dive Scene in Germany is typically well governed, regulated and safety driven. It is also a place known for having 'dive police' show up at dive sites to check if divers are certified. Almost all diving in Germany is club-based.
Hyperbaric Chambers are available in the event of an emergency. To date there are about 28 chambers in the UK.
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