RecDeco_Header

SNSI Recreational Deco Diver:
Recreational Diving with planned Decompression.

SideMount_Header

SNSI Side Mount Diver:
A different way of Diving.

Wreck_Header

SNSI Wreck Trek Diver:
Explore inside the Wreck.

Advanced Specialties.

If you are an advanced diver who would enjoy discovering and learning new techniques to further enhance your diving skills. An SNSI Instructor is the ideal person to advise you which specialties are best for your individual interests that will further develop your diving skills.

Side Mount Diver.

The SNSI Side Mount course will teach you a different equipment configuration. The dives utilizing a Side Mount configuration are totally different from the back mount traditional equipment, many find the Side Mount configuration less straining. The training requires dedication and practice to dominate the skills and personal configuration.

The program: the course requires a minimum of 4 academic sessions and 1 confined water session and 3 open water dives, you will learn what is necessary  to become a certified SNSI Side Mount Diver.

Requirements:  must be 18 years of age and certified as an SNSI Advanced Open Water Diver or posses an equivalent certification issued by a recognized training agency.

Your next diving adventure: you can continue your training and become qualified to plan and carryout  recreational dives with decompression stops with the SNSI Recreational Deco Diver course; you can count the SNSI BLS First Aid course as a requirement for the SNSI Rescue Diver course and become a truly self confident diver; with the SNSI Underwater Photography course you will learn how to capture underwater images and share them with your friends and family. You can also experience technical diving with the SNSI Explorer Diver 1 course.

Sign up now and start learning right away, contact an SNSI Dive Center.

New Dive Techniques to Increase Your Fun.

Wreck Trek Diver.

The SNSI Wreck Trek Diver will teach you how to truly dive wrecks. With a maximum depth limit of 98ft / 30m the dive plan can include penetrating the wreck with natural daylight and visible entrance and exit. If the dive on the wreck is planned without penetration, the maximum depth allowed increases to 128ft / 39m. The depths and profiles can vary according to the training and certifications that you posses, for example, if you are certified SNSI Deco Diver, you can dive to the greater depths allowed and enjoy longer dives.

The program: the course requires a minimum of 4 academic sessions and 1 confined water session and 3 open water dives, you will learn that which is needed to become a certified SNSI Wreck Trek Diver.

Requirements: must be 18 years of age and be certified as SNSI Advanced Open Water Diver or posses an equivalent certification issued by a recognized training agency.

Your next adventureyou can continue your training and become qualified for recreational dives with decompression stops with the SNSI Recreational Deco Diver course; you can learn to use new equipment with the SNSI Side Mount Diver course; you can count the SNSI BLS First Aid course towards the requirements of the SNSI Rescue Diver course and become a truly self confident diver; with the SNSI Underwater Photography you will learn to capture underwater images and share them with your friends and family. You can also begin to experience technical diving with the SNSI Explorer Diver 1 course.

Sign up now and start learning right away, contact an SNSI Dive Center.

Real Wreck Diving – Unique to SNSI.

Recreational Deco Diver.

The SNSI Recreational Deco Diver course will teach you to dive to a maximum depth of  150ft / 45 m, beyond the non-decompression limits. If you feel the “non decompression” time limits are restrictive, yet you prefer to continue to use your recreational dive equipment instead of opting to participate in the technical diving programs, then the SNSI Recreational Deco Diver course is ideal for you. By simply adding a small tank with Nitrox 32 to your side, you will be able to use your diving computer beyond the time limits of recreational diving and increase your bottom times.

The program: the course requires a minimum of 5 academic sessions and 4 open water dives, you will learn that which is needed to become a certified SNSI Recreational Deco Diver.

Requirements: must be 18 of age and be certified as an SNSI Advanced Open Water Diver and SNSI Recreational Nitrox Diver or posses an equivalent certification issued by a recognized training agency.

Your next adventure: you can continue your training and become qualified for diving wrecks with the SNSI Wreck Trek Diver course; you can learn to use new equipment with the SNSI Side Mount Diver course; you can count the SNSI BLS First Aid course towards the requirements when you enroll in the SNSI Rescue Diver course and become a self confident diver; with the SNSI Underwater Photography program you will learn to take underwater images and be able to share them with your friends and family. If Technical diving is something you are intrigued by then the SNSI Explorer Diver 1 course is a natural for you.

Enroll now and begin learning right away, contact an SNSI Dive Center.

With SNSI Your Diving is Not Limited by the No-Decompression Limits.