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REBREATHER DIVER

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Join the latest in diving technology and enjoy the benefits of Closed Circuit Rebreather diving. CCRs are comfortable to wear, offer longer bottom times, bubble free diving, and intensely close marine life interactions. CCR courses are challenging and require a whole new way of thinking and executing your dive. It is appealing to a variety of divers from photographers to explorers and can be used at all depths for a variety of diving activities. With CCRS efficiency and almost unlimited gas supply they are quickly becoming the standard for deep technical divers, cave divers and and explorers. Courses are specific to CCR model and are available on the AP Inspiration XPD, EVP and EVO models and the Poseidon Se7en units.

Recreational and technical rebreather courses are available and focus specifically on the unit you use. Recreational courses teach you to dive within no decompression limits with a single bailout cylinder. Technical classes teach you beyond recreational depth and time limits, decompression planning and bailout and use of multiple bailout cylinders. You can start at either level depending on what you plan to dive after the course.

We run classes frequently and can accommodate most schedules. Minimum age to start is 18 years old Give us a call to get more information or sign up for class.

Course goals:

  • Recreational courses:

    • Training up to 100' using air or nitrox diluents and a single bailout tank

    • Two courses taught individually or together; recreational CCR and advanced CCR

    • Open water, nitrox and 25 logged dives required to enroll

  • Technical courses:

    • Training up to 300' using air, nitrox or trimix diluent and bailout tanks as required​

    • Three courses available:

      • Tec 40 - 130' with limited decompression​ and use of air or nitrox diluent

      • Tec 60 - 200' with unlimited decompression and use of normoxic trimix diluents/bailouts

      • Tec 100 - 300' with unlimited decompression and use of hypoxic trimix diluents/bailouts

  • All courses include book and classroom review, practical application scenarios and in-water training.

  • Courses have both a minimum number of dives and hours underwater. This gives you lots of time to become very familiar with the CCR both in and out of the water.

  • CCR dive planning is an essential part of all the courses. You will have many chances to plan dives and calculate the proper amount of bailout gasses.

  • Learn to monitor and manage primary and secondary life-support systems.

  • You will practice responding and diagnosing alarms and deploying bailout systems.