Rebreather Diver Training


Enjoy effortless diving with D3’s Rebreather diver training. Why a rebreather, you may ask?  Time….simply put….more time!  Imagine your average dive 2 plus hours with no or limited decompression.

Rebreathers used to be only for technical diving, however, the newer Type R (recreational) rebreathers are lightweight, easy-to-transport and have sophisticated electronics to simplify their use.

The Dive.Dive..Dive Rebreather Diver Course introduces you to rebreather diving to a maximum depth of 60 feet and lets you experience things you never imagined possible as a scuba diver.

Benefits of Rebreather Diving

  • Warm, Moist Breathing Gas, No More Cotton Mouth
  • Low Nitrogen Exposures, you virtually have an on board Nitrox mixing station
  • No “LOW ON AIR” Issues
  • Dive with Smaller Cylinders
  • Dive Longer, Dive practically as long as you want to
  • Dive Deeper, extra duration helps with decompression stops
  • Silent Diving lets you get closer to the Marine Life
  • Low Environmental Impact
  • No Bubbles
  • Better Pictures
  • Better Video
  • Greater Exploration of the Underwater World

D3 Rebreather Diver Course

The standard prerequisites for a semi-closed rebreather course are open-water certification and basic nitrox certification. The Dive.Dive..Dive… Rebreather Diver course consists of 3 parts: Academics, Pool Training and Open Water Sessions.

Academics:

Our Rebreather Training course is designed so that you can learn the academics at your own pace, and at a convent time for your schedule. The academic portion is done online after you sign up to take the course with D3.

Pool Training:

For the pool and open water training a Dive Atlanta Certified Instructor will assist you with the proper fitting of your rebreather so that it will be of the most optimal comfort level, and allowing it to be practically part of you. In the pool you will learn and develop the skills that will make you a diver – and not just “teaching you to dive”.

Open Water Sessions:

You will complete at least 6 open water dives and have the chance to experience everything you learned in the pool hands-on. After successful completion of your open water training dives you will become a Certified Diver.

… and the fun definitely does not stop there! You can go even further with just a little more training and eventually you can be diving in underwater shipwrecks, with sharks, or becoming an underwater photographer! Check out all of the incredible Scuba Dive Trips you can go on with your new found skills. It’s your chance to move to the next level in your diving adventures.