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Explore rebreather diving

2 hour/ 1 dive

  • 5 hours
  • 140 eura
  • Diving center "Gotodive"

Service Description

Rebreather diving is a type of scuba diving that uses a specialized breathing apparatus to recycle exhaled air by filtering out carbon dioxide and adding fresh oxygen. Unlike traditional open-circuit scuba diving equipment which releases bubbles, rebreather diving is silent and has a longer dive time. Rebreather diving requires specialized training and certification, which involves learning the advanced physics, physiology and engineering principles behind rebreather diving. It's important to note that rebreather diving can be more complex and challenging than traditional scuba diving, and requires strict adherence to safety procedures and monitoring of the equipment during the dive. There are a number of rebreather diving programs offered by dive schools and training organizations around the world, such as International Association of Nitrox and Technical Divers (IANTD), National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI), Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI), and Technical Diving International (TDI). The rebreather diving program typically includes a combination of classroom theory, pool training, and open water dives. Students learn how to operate and maintain the rebreather equipment, monitor gas levels, and troubleshoot common issues. The course may be taught by a certified rebreather instructor, and may require students to complete additional training in specialized diving skills, such as decompression diving, trimix diving, and cave diving. Explore rebreather diving program helps you to discover this amasing type of diving in Split, Croatia.

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Contact Details

  • Put Radoševca 8, 21000, Split, Croatia


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