To explore the underwater world, a diver needs a breathing balloon with compressed air. Classic balloons are mounted on the diver's back, similar to the French deep-water explorer and inventor Jacques Iv Cousteau. However, side-mounted breathing balloons have also gained popularity in recent years because they offer several benefits.
Benefits of Sidemount Diving
The diver does not have to carry breathable balloons on his back, as they can be attached to the side when the diver enters the water. It should be noted that in dealing with Sidemount Diving equipment will vary. Sidemount Diving both the buoyancy compensator and the breathing regulators differ. Sidemount Diving diver usually attaches at least 2 breathing balloons to the side to keep the diver in balance, albeit with Sidemount the system can dive with one breathing balloon and more than two balloon configurations.
- Easier to enter the water, because you do not have to carry balloons on your back
- The speed of the diver's movement under water improves
- Opportunity to explore narrow places, such as caves or shipwrecks
Apply for a Sidemount Diver course
If you are PADI Open Water Diver certificate holder and you have reached the age of 15, you can apply PADI Sidemount Diver for the training of the course and to receive after the completion of the course Sidemount Diver or Tec Sidemount Diver certificate.
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Apply for the PADI Sidemount Diver course In Latvia at Sidemount Diver Instructor using the contact form or the indicated telephone number.