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PADI Sidemount Diver

PADI Sidemount Diver

PADI Sidemount Diver Course in Phuket Thailand with Aussie Divers Phuket

Learn more about PADI Sidemount Diver Course with Aussie Divers Phuket.

Tired of lugging around scuba tanks on your back? Want better buoyancy control? Scuba divers are discovering the joy of mounting cylinders on their sides. Sidemount diving now allows you more flexibility and better streamlining options. Those that have tried Sidemount agree that it is a much easier and more relaxing way to scuba dive. See what they are all talking about and sign up of you PADI Sidemount course today.

What will you learn?

You will learn the many benefits of diving with a sidemount set up. With one confined water and three open water scuba dives this fun course will teach you properly assemble and configure sidemount scuba diving equipment. It will focus on subjects such as trimming your weight system so that the sidemount gear so that you will experience what some say is perfect balance in the water. You will also be taught how to manage you air by switching between stages when wearing two cylinders. Learn to respond safely to potential hazards when sidemount diving.

What scuba gear will you use?

Aussie Divers Phuket will provide you with all the necessary equipment for your new scuba diving adventure such as a BCD and harness configured for sidemount diving along with cylinders, each with a regulator and SPG.

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