What willyou learn
Rebreathers are intriguing. They’re cutting-edge dive technology. You'll discover how quiet diving can be without bubbles and quickly learn how different buoyancy control is. This is an ideal opportunity to give rebreathers a try before you sign up for a full course. Or, if you’re already a rebreather diver, you can participate in the program to try a new or different type of rebreather.
Open Water Diver
Minimum 18 years old
Have a minimum of 15 logged dives
PADI discover CCR
The PADI Discover CCR program is a great way to try a rebreather before making a commitment to the purchase of a unit. This non-certification course allows you to make a dive the SF2 eCCR rebreather in a confined water environment. With a maximum depth of 5m, the PADI discover rebreather experience is purely an introduction to and a try and dive experience. Why dive a rebreather (CCR)?
I will explain how rebreathers work and go over basic safety and operational instructions, such as what the rebreather is telling you through the gauges and heads-up display (HUD). In the water, I will help you adjust your unit and get comfortable before letting you swim around and explore.
PADI discover CCR
What scuba gear will you use?
You’ll want to have your mask, fins and exposure suit. SF2 eCCR is provided by the instructor.
Qualifier & Crossover
After certification as a PADI Tec 40 CCR Diver, you’ll need to qualify if you want to use a different Type T CCR model because procedures vary with each model. However, you don’t need to repeat the entire course. Just take a program that focuses on the knowledge and skills needed to use a different Type T CCR model.
To secure your booking, a deposit fee 50% of the course price is asked either via bank transfer or PayPal (+5%). Additional bank fees are paid by the student. The rest of the course fee is paid when course starts.
Get doctor statement that you are fit to dive:
Download PADI Medical statement