Pete wrote:ScubaDog wrote:Nitrox is an option for any diver with a cert (which can be gotten without getting wet)
PADI require two nitrox dives now. Im sure the others will follow suit, if they havent already done so.
ChuckyBob wrote:But I still consider my self a recreational diver. Why? Because I do it for a recreation. I dont do it commercially and I dont do it for the "technical aspect of it ( what ever that is).
Pete wrote:silent solutions wrote:When did this come in?A shop here had been giving the nitrox cert quite recently without being wet as long as they could show they could analyse the gas.
Im not sure when it came into effect, but I know its this year... very recent though as it was spoken of at the member update.
Drip wrote:Is there a line to be drawn between Recreational and Technical Diving and have you guys lost your Recreational 'Mojo' with your submergence into Technical?
Pete wrote:Hmmm, are you sure Andy?
EANx Specialty outline from the 2010 PDF.
Training Dive Requirements
Minimum Open Water Training: 2 Enriched Air Dives
Andy wrote:ChuckyBob wrote:But I still consider my self a recreational diver. Why? Because I do it for a recreation. I dont do it commercially and I dont do it for the "technical aspect of it ( what ever that is).
Man, I am so getting in to the habit of agreeing with you Greg....
tara wrote:i have the new Specialty Instructor Manual here - was there something you wanted to know?
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