IANTD Recreational Rebreather SCR Diver course
You will spend a minimum of 240 minutes on the unit as part of the course!
Save £45 if you use your own unit.
It's not often that you get a game changer in the world of recreational diving, but every so often one comes along!
The Hollis Explorer is just that, a game changer. The Hollis Explorer is a true recreational Rebreather. After years of research Hollis have created a recreational rebreather that has been designed for divers that just want to go diving.
You don't need to be a technical diver, you just need to want to spend more time underwater, want to breath warm moist air and have amazing encounters with marine life, best of all, you don't need to be a rocket scientist to dive it. This unit has ben designed with you, a normal' diver, fully in mind.
To Enroll in the IANTD Rebreather Diver course, you must:
- Be a Open Water Diver
- Enriched Air Nitrox Diver
- Minimum of 15 years old
What will you learn?
If you're interested in rebreathers for their silence and maximized no stop dive time, and are happy The IANTD RSCR course will cover everything from Explorer design, assembly, predive checks, routine maintenance, dive planning and theory in the classroom. In water, the course is a minimum of four dives and 240 mins to ensure this knowledge is firmly applied to diving safely, covering dive skills, watermanship and problem management.
How can you start learning now?
Come along to DiveStyle and we will give you an overview of the course and provide you the IANTD Recreational Rebreather SCR.
What scuba gear will you use?
Beyond your mask, fins and exposure suit, plus collapsible snorkel, if you have one, you will be using the Hollis Explorer. If you intend to buy your won unit then you can use your unit as part of your course. If you require a unit for the course your instructor will also fit you with a bailout cylinder system with open-circuit regulator and SPG.
Your instructor will make sure that the Hollis Explorer rebreathers used in IANTD courses meet requirements, such as being third party tested and that manufacturers ensure their rebreathers meet a comprehensive list of requirements.
At the end of the course, Open Water divers will receive the IANTD RSCR qualification allowing them to dive to a maximum depth of 21m, while divers who hold AOW or Deep Diver certifications can qualify with 30m and 40m depth limits respectively, with the completion of additional skills during the course.
Both the IANTD AOW course and IANTD Deep Specialty course can be taken on the Hollis Explorer as a 'top up' to the 21m certification..
Contact the dive centre who will arrange a meeting at the dive centre to discuss your training needs if required. Call us on 0118 9761729 or email us at info'at'divestyle.co.uk (replace 'at' with @).