For those getting started or who want back in the game.
Most of these courses are open to any certified diver who is at least twelve years old.
The First Aid/CPR course is open to nondivers as well.
Courses for aspiring dive pros.
Basic Tech Courses
These provide the foundation for further training.
Mixed Gas Courses
Mitigate the effects of narcosis by adding helium to the mix.
Go deeper. Stay longer. Carry less equipment. Use less gas.
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Rec vs. Tec: What’s the difference?
This is what most people think of when they hear the word scuba. It involves lightweight, single tanks and depths seldom deeper than 100 feet. Almost anyone who is comfortable and relaxed in the water and in reasonably good health can become a certified Open Water Diver in as little as three to four days.
Once certified, you can continue to learn through a variety of advanced, specialty, emergency response and leadership courses. And, by bringing along a camera, you can share your experiences with friends and family.
Technical diving involves substantially deeper depths and the use of highly specialized equipment such as closed-circuit rebreathers. Tech divers generally carry multiple cylinders and switch between gas mixtures containing high concentrations of oxygen and helium.
Tech diving may take place on deeper wrecks or in underwater caves. Tech divers must manage substantially greater risks. Before getting into tech diving, you must first become a highly skilled and very experience recreational diver.
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