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Closed-circuit rebreathers (CCR) are the kit of choice for serious tech divers, but increasingly they are finding favour with recreational divers who want to extend their dive times and enjoy the silence of zero bubbles.

If you have ever harboured a desire to try out one of these pieces of advanced kit, now’s your chance! RAID has teamed up with Poseidon to offer trydives on their rebreathers – as well as any of the company’s fins, regulators and BCDs – at the Delph inland dive site, near Chorley on 13 May.

For £35, you will get entrance into the Delph and the CCR trydive, as well as the opportunity to chat to many high-level RAID instructors and instructor trainers, including Paul Toomer, Ash Roberts and Olivier Van Overbeek, about RAID courses, both recreational and technical.

Minimum level of qualification to take part is Open Water Diver (or equivalent). To pre-book your slot, contact RAID UK on 0191 432 4644, Poseidon UK on 01420 84300 or Diving Matrix on 0330 223 4140.


Mark Evans
Mark Evans
Scuba Diver's Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. 30-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.



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