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Lift Bag
After being tied to an object to be lifted, the bag is inflated and will start to rise.
Lift Capacity
The amount of buoyancy provided by a Buoyancy Compensator; varies according to size of the BC and according to the purpose of the BC, e.g., a BC intended for use in cold fresh water will provide greater lift capacity than one intended primarily for use in warm salt water.
Live aboard
A dive boat with sleeping and eating accommodations. Commercial live aboard boats are usually between 50 and 130 feet long, and can carry from 10 to 30 divers for up to a week or more.
Logbook
A diary of a divers dive history. Provides evidence of the depth and breadth of a divers experience.
Low Volume Mask
A mask which has a smaller area between the glass and the diver's face, usually with separate lenses for each eye; requires less air to purge if becomes flooded.

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