- Advantages and disadvantages of diving with enriched air
- Equipment for enriched air diving
- Oxygen exposure
- Oxygen analysis and obtaining enriched air fills
- Using enriched air dive computers
- Diving emergencies and enriched air
- Using the RDP with enriched air
- Using enriched air RDPs
- Managing oxygen exposure with the DSAT equivalent air depth and oxygen exposure tables
- Repetitive dive planning with the RDP and the oxygen exposure table
- Using formulas
Practical applications including 2 Pre-dive Simulations
2 dives using Enriched air
- Open Water Diver or equivalent
- Older than 15 years
*The elective Enriched Air dive from the Advanced Open Water Diver course may count toward the certification requirements for this specialty. You may also count this Speciality certification toward one of the five required Specialities for the Master Scuba Diver certification.
- For your personal safety, all student divers must complete a medical statement prior to commencing a dive. If none of the listed conditions apply, you sign the form and are ready to start. If any of them affect you, as a safety precaution, a physician must examine you and sign a medical form that confirming that you’re fit to dive, dated within the last 12 months.
- Spectators can join the boat with an additional fee of 20 €. They can sunbathe on our sundeck, swim in crystal clear waters, or even upgrade onboard to snorkelers or even try divers.
Snacks and drinks on boat trips (payable on the boat). Money for: CD for your underwater photos, T-shirts, Sweatshirts.