NITROX

Scuba diving with enriched air nitrox means changing the breathing gas mixture: the higher the oxygen content, the shorter the decompression time, and the longer the bottom time. In other words, when scuba diving with enriched air nitrox, you stay down longer and you get back in the water sooner, which is particularly appealing on repetitive scuba dives.

The course includes

Diving certification, one dive, full diving equipment, computer dive, study package, theory, free parking and free access to premises.

Prerequisites

Open Water Certification from a recognised organisation: PADI, SSI, CEMAS, ACUC..., diving insurance (possibility to take it out when enrolling), medical clearance of fitness to dive, an identity photograph.