Between 21-28.5 I’ve been in Mallorca in vacation with the family. I used this opportunity to make 4 dives with Skualo Porto Cristo. Great dives… Dive 1: Sa Feradura Depth: 15m, Weight: 12Kg, Air: 12L, Metal cylinder, Visibility: 10+ m, Dive Time: 43 min Guide: Philipp Dive 2: El Faro ->lost the camera at a depth of 12m Depth: 16.5m, Weight: 12Kg, Air: 12L, Metal cylinder, Visibility: 10+ m, Dive Time: 40 min Lost a lot of time to search for the camera. Funny…I was expecting that the camera falls down, but it went up like a rocket and disappeared immediately. Guide: Steve Dive 3:Muro de Cala Petita Depth: 16.4 m, Weight: 13Kg, Air: 12L, Metal cylinder, Visibility: 10+ m, Dive Time: 50 min It looks like making photos makes me use a lot of air. Once I stopped filming and taking pictures, I increased my dive time dramatically. Guide: Philipp Dive 4: El Faro Depth: 18.4m, Weight: 12Kg, Air: 12L, Metal cylinder, Visibility: 10+ m, Dive Time: 52 min Went down again with 3 other divers to search the camera. No result, of course… 🙁 Guide: Steve All dives have been made from boat, of course.
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PADI Rescue Diver course is the most challenging, yet most rewarding course I’ve ever taken so far. Why? Because you learn to prevent and manage problems in the water, and become more confident in your skills as a diver, knowing that you can help others if needed. During the course, we learned to become a better buddy by practicing problem solving skills until we fall down because we’re too tired 🙂 . You rest and then you continue… until these skills come automatically. Plus, the course is just fun – it’s serious, but still allows for lots of laughter in between the focused learning. Here is me and Pepe Bucher after 4 hours of diving in Bodensee on 10degrees water temperature. The diver in the background is Thomas, who generously played the role of victim. Thanks to Jörg Lietzmann of Scubado for this great course.
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