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AIDA Deep Tank FreeDiver Course?

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eejit

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Hi, just wondered if anyone has been on the course and what the weekend involved?
 
Stephan Whelan

Stephan Whelan

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eejit,

DeeperBlue.net are the only place that run AIDA Deep Tank FreeDiver courses over at the 30m S.E.T.T. (HMS Dolphin) facility in Portsmouth, UK.

You can read more about what the course entails at http://www.deeperblue.net/courses/sett
 
fcallagy

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Hi eejit,
Did the course a couple of weeks ago and is well worthwhile doing. Especially for a novice as i am. covered all the bases form theory to practical and the use of the pool is worth a trip. I travvelled a long distance from the west of ireland and was not disappointed.
Regards
 
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