PADI Nitrox Diver

For the majority Nitrox is a course that will allow you to learn how to properly extend your dive time, the gas lows, the analyzing procedure and the cylinders marking.

For us it is a great tool to inspect the positives and the negatives of the previews training, the good and the bad diving habits in order to give to our students the best way for them on how to benefit from nitrox mixtures and diving.

You’ll learn why diving with air that has higher oxygen and lower nitrogen content gives you more bottom time, along with enriched air equipment considerations.

During a practical session, and two optional (or required) scuba dives, you will:

  1. Discuss managing oxygen exposure.
  2. Practice analyzing oxygen content in your scuba tank.
  3. Set your dive computer for diving with enriched air - Nitrox.

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Why Nitrox?

You will properly prepare for the use of enriched air - nitrox, so you can make longer dives without decompression stops.

What you will learn is the use of oxygen enriched air with 22% to 40% oxygen, with emphasis in the mixtures with 32% and 36%


More specific you will learn ...

Nitrox Overview
Buoyancy and trimmings
Diving equipment
Other equipment for use with nitrox
Prevention of emergency incidents
Dive team preparation and briefing
Oxygen properties
Dive planning
Gas management
Nitrox mixing methods
Gas analysis and oxygen analyzers
Cylinder marking

PADI Nitrox Tables - Sea Breaze

Suggested courses that most of the divers buy in combination with the Open Water Diver Course.

Ask us for the benefits when you take combo classes.

Discounts and special offers for multi-courses and groups.

Every single day is different opportunity for another diving excursion to the Saronic Gulf, either from shore, either by boat. The most amazing walls, reefs, wrecks, caverns and caves are waiting for you to explore them. If you own your scuba gear you can participate with just 10.00 euro for the emergency oxygen, the guide, soft drinks and snacks. For equipment rental, gases, sodalime and other fees, please check our official price list here.


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