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Sidemount

Tired of carrying a heavy cylinder on your back?

  • 5 000 000 Indonesian rupiahs

Service Description

Discover the balance and efficiency of sidemount scuba diving with your dive instructor. Many divers find sidemount cylinders are more comfortable and easier to put on in the water. Sidemount diving is also beneficial for divers who want improved balance and prolonged dives. The Sidemount Diver is a modern program designed to include all the current Sidemount procedures suitable for cave, technical and recreational dives. Sidemount, although invented for cave diving, has become a mainstream recreational and technical equipment configuration. It allows for longer dives and provides the diver with an increased level of redundancy due to carrying two independent cylinders. The Sidemount program overview is as follows. • Divers may dive to their maximum current certification depth but may not exceed a maximum depth of 40 metres/130 feet. • Divers may use: • Two correctly configured sidemount cylinders. • Air, nitrox, oxygen and trimix (where applicable) • The END/EAD for trimix must not exceed 30 metres/100 feet. • The PO2 of any gas used may not exceed 1.4. • Divers may only complete no decompression dives. • The rule of thirds (or sixths where appropriate) must be strictly observed when managing gas. This is a 4-day course. THE RAID SIDEMOUNT COURSE IS A NOT A DECOMPRESSION OR OVERHEAD PROGRAM


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