BSAC Explorer Mixed Gas Diver

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Are you an experienced diver but want to extend your range to 60m on open circuit?

The benefit of using gas mixes containing helium is controlling to an extent, the effect of nitrogen narcosis. The narcotic effect of nitrogen becomes debilitating as depth increases. Controlling the narcotic effect of the gas at depth enables improved awareness, therefore safer than deep air diving.

You can extend your mixed gas diving skills and depth certification with this course. It teaches experienced open circuit divers to use mixed gas to expand their current o be able to dive a maximum depth of 60 metres.  The course uses gas mixes of oxygen greater than or equal to 18% and helium up to 35%.

Big Blue Package – 35,000 THB
- Air Conditioned Accommodation
- Boat Fees
- Equipment Rental
- Gas fills and Cylinder Fees + Helium

- Study Crew Pack with reference CD-Rom
- Big Blue BSAC Club T-Shirt and Mask Strap
- Certification

Entry requirement
This course is open to all BSAC Sports Mixed Gas divers (or acceptable alternative) with 30 logged dives in the 30 to 50 metre range.

What you’ll learn
• Extending open-water skills
• Equipment preparation
• Dive planning
• Deeper diving

Learning materials
Your course pack includes all the learning materials you need for the course. The pack includes the Explorer Mixed Gas Diver course manual and a Qualification Card application.

How to do this course…

If you are a member:
You can do the Explorer Mixed Gas Diver course either at a BSAC Regional Event, at a commercial BSAC Technical Centre or in your BSAC club. Not all clubs run their own Explorer Mixed Gas Diver courses, please check with your Diving Officer if you are interested.

If you are not a BSAC member:
You can do this course by joining a local BSAC club and training with other club members or through a BSAC Regional Event. Or you could do the course at a BSAC Technical Centre.

Your next steps
After this course you could further your training by doing another Skill Development Courses (SDCs) or you could progress with a Diver Grade Course.

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