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Deco 40/132 & Deco50/164 Courses

Discussion in 'RAID' started by Dive RAID, Dec 14, 2012.

  1. Dive RAID

    Dive RAID Angel Fish

    # of Dives:
    Location: Sweden
    RB Deco 40/132: This programme qualifies you to a depth of 40m / 132ft and complete dives with mandatory decompression stop requirements for up to maximum of 15 minutes.

    RB Deco 50/164: This is an rebreather Extended Range entry into Trimix programme designed to extend your knowledge and introduce the skills and decompression procedures required in the use of mixed (Oxygen, Helium & Nitrogen) gases for Sport Diving to a maximum depth of 50m / 164ft.

    It develops the sport diving skills and provides a greater understanding of the concept of limited decompression sport diving with the use of Helium gas to reduce narcosis (18/27).

    These two courses have been very popular and soon we will launch the Deco 65/213 and Deco 85/279 courses.

    The RAID team would like to wish every one a festive season!:)
  2. tenshimatt

    tenshimatt Angel Fish

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Cape Town, South Africa
    Thanks Paul and the other RAID instructors on the Deco50 course I attended in January 2016 - it was the most thorough course I have ever taken! A great time was had by all (despite some tricky launch conditions and early wake ups!)

    A huge thanks Paul, you guys are really at the forefront of the dive industry, challenging and re-evaluating everything as you go. I learnt a LOT both in the theory sessions and in water. Looking forward to the Deco60 when I have enough experience :)


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