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TDI

Learn freediving

  • Finalizado
  • 350 dólares estadounidenses
  • Puerto Morelos

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Group Size: 4 D - Conditions location text Ancient sinkholes that exist throughout the Yucatan Peninsula. For many years, these caverns have been a major scuba diving attraction in Mexico. Because of a recent split in the definition of cave diving, cenotes are now accessible to a wide range of divers. E - The Experience The Cavern Diver course is a 3-4 day program, including theory sessions, land drills, and in-water sessions to provide a solid foundation for your overhead environment training. The course requires completion of at least 4 dives with a minimum total bottom time of 80 minutes, however mostly likely we will be underwater for nearly triple that amount of time. After this course, you may feel ready to participate in the Intro to Cave Course. F - What can you expect to learn? "Policy for cavern diving Gas management procedures and management to include dissimilar volumes Psychological considerations of cavern diving Equipment considerations including: Cylinder options Regulator options Buoyancy compensator/harness options Proper weighting Reel options Equipment configurations Communication (light and hand signals) Swimming techniques Body posture/trim Buoyancy control Line following Propulsion (finning) techniques Physiology Breathing techniques Stress management Cavern environment Cavern conservation Problem solving Emergency procedures Equipment failure Silting conditions Accident analysis Cavern diving etiquette Review of dive tables and decompres


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