Recreational, cave and technical diving uses a sidemount configuration. To use this configuration, divers must complete a basic training course and gain the skills and experience to dive in such equipment. The program focuses on developing these skills using sidemount diving configurations. We run Sidemount Diver and Tec Sidemount Diver courses according to the standards of the IANTD, TDI/SDI and PADI associations.
Sidemounted tanks are not a new concept and their use has long since spread from pure caving diving to technical and recreational open water diving. Sidemount diving provides divers with the opportunity to take a different approach to equipment configuration and practice a new set of skills, familiarize themselves with the basics of application, the benefits of the correct side configuration scheme in relation to recreational (recreational), technical and cave diving.
Prerequisites for the student for the course
1. Must be a qualified Advanced Open Water Diver or equivalent.
2. Minimum of 25 logged dives.
3. The minimum age is 18 years.
4. Good buoyancy control.
The training period for the Sidemount Diver course is a minimum of 3 days. It includes at least 24 hours of training, consisting of both theoretical and practical lessons in the water. This program includes a minimum of 120 minutes of bottom time in a sidemount configuration. The minimum number of dives is from 4 to 6 according to your level.