Stephan Fehringer | Dive Instructor | Spare Problems- do Basic Scuba for Yacht Crew
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Spare Problems- do Basic Scuba for Yacht Crew

Scuba Diving Basics for Boat Owners and Crew

Spare Problems- do Basic Scuba for Yacht Crew

Scuba Diving Basics for Boat Owners and Crew

You need a hull cleaning, open a blocked inlet? Even worse your propeller get tied or your anchor trapped? Such things will happen and can cause a real problem if you don’t know how to get underwater quickly and safely.
When you consider the time and effort put into learning top side skills, it makes sense to give up some hours of your life to learn safe scuba skills to get underwater so that you can be truly independent at sea. Better yet, you are not depended to someone else doing in-water maintenance.

If you like to do more scuba diving, you can upgrade in 2 more days and get your worldwide valid Open Water certification.

 

Purpose

This course will enable you as a boat owner to safely use a small diving set to inspect or clean your boat or to retrieve an anchor up to a depth of ten meters while using basic scuba gear.

This scuba diving for boat owners course also enable you to get fills for your tank at a dive shop by showing your certificate.

 

Prerequisites

  • 18 years old
  • medical check

 

Duration

  • 2 days with a minimum of:
  • 4 hours of lecture
  • 3 Dives

 

Limits

  • 5 liters of tank volume
  • 10 meters depth
  • 20 minutes divetime
  • no 2excurcions – diver has to stay on up-/ downline

 

Topics

  • Gear
  • Pysiology
  • Techniques
  • Procedures
  • ISE Overview
  • Equipment overview
  • Proper weighting
  • Descending technique
  • Ascending technique
  • Buoyancy
  • Communication
  • Emergencies – how to handle
  • Gas Management
  • Situational awareness
  • Traning Dive Reviews

 

Equipment

  • basic scuba gear

 

Price

Tuition of 250 € per student + instructor’s travel and diving expenses. (to be shared equally among all students)

6 Comments
  • Steve Davis
    Steve Davis
    Posted at 09:55h, 15 January Reply

    Nice, super innovative course!

  • Peter Maus
    Peter Maus
    Posted at 12:34h, 15 January Reply

    Stephan, das Boot auf dem Foto ist doch die 36PU von SHARK Diving Medulin!?

    • Stephan Fehringer
      Stephan Fehringer
      Posted at 08:17h, 16 January Reply

      ja, aufgenommen vor genau 5 Jahren. Bin immer wieder gern bei ihnen

    • Peter Maus
      Peter Maus
      Posted at 10:09h, 16 January Reply

      Ich auch. Leider ist das Boot letztes Jahr im Mai gesunken und bisher nicht repariert.
      https://youtu.be/YrmnMGUAV04

    • Stephan Fehringer
      Stephan Fehringer
      Posted at 10:22h, 16 January Reply

      Peter Maus gesunken? habe ich noch gar nicht mitbekommen.. 🙁

    • Peter Maus
      Peter Maus
      Posted at 10:26h, 16 January Reply

      Ja, aber es ist keinem etwas passiert. Die Küstenwache war gleich da. Leider zieht sich die Reparatur noch hin.

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