Booking your week on board of our M/Y Duke Of York or M/Y Conte Max, you can find all the comforts needed to dive among the most beautiful backDR0Ps in the world, in absolute silence.
Take your rebreather with you, the rest is up to us.
We can offer you, on demand, oxygen tank/diluent for 2 and 3 lt, sofnolime 797D, booster charge to refill pure oxygen at 200bar,
bailout from 5 or 7 liters.
More naturally whatever serves to make your stay comfortable onboard.
SERVICES ON BOARD only to rebreather certified:
-refresher tank 02 and diluent on choice, 2 or 3 lt $20 per day.
-recharge 02 200 bar
-bailout and decompressive $20 per day, regulator not-included
-rebreather guide (on demand and subject to confirmation )
-booster recharge (oxigen) $60 per day
•1 decompression of 11 lt. (S80 Stage)
•Nitrox up to 32% (membrane)
PRICE NOT INCLUDES:
• GST TAX 12% on the price list onboard
• O2 USD 60 per tank lt. 50
• Sofnolime USD 250 per KG 20
• Decompression of 6 lt. USD15 per day
• Additional decompression of 11 lt. USD10 per day
The present prices are subject to adjustment
WHAT IS REBREATHER?
A CCR is instead a car that in addition to having the huge advantage of fully recycle what we exhale, we can breathe a constant amount of oxygen (technically, partial pressure of oxygen constant).
To make sure this happens, the RACs are equipped with two different gases, the first pure O2 used to re-enrichment the gas mixture as the O2 is consumed, and the second gas commonly called "diluent" as just serves to dilute because the O2 'as we know you can not' breathe pure depth '. The type of solvent used varies depending on the maximum depth of diving planned. May be air (i.e., nitrogen) or trimix (O2, nitrogen and helium), because in part determines the maximum partial pressure of oxygen, the level narcotic and various decompression profiles.
In addition to reducing the decompression time, the RAC, recycling everything that we breathe out completely, make that autonomy submerged lengthen considerably, regardless of depth. Note that in some types of exploratory dives RACs were able to self provide otherwise accessible only with the use of 40 cylinders from 11lt!
As a final advantage, though not least, will not issue a bubble does not produce any noise, thus allowing an approach to marine life much less invasive. In fact, the fish are frightened and not come closer, to the delight of photo / video operatory!
Finally, the JRC in turn are divided into mechanical and electronic, with the difference that in the first case the machine is being "managed" by the diver, while in the latter case, the electronics and related software dedicated to it.
Typically, the level of training for the use of these machines is far more demanding than that required for an SCR.
To understand what rebreather you must step back and remember traditional scuba equipment. Almost all equipment used by recreational divers fall into a category known as self-contained open-circuit (our beautiful bottle and providers). In traditional diving, during the expiratory act, the exhaust gas is discarded in the form of bubbles with each breath, hence the term "open circuit". Anyone who has attended a course diver knows that during a breath a human being uses only about 5% oxygen (O2) inhaled compared to 21% in the air. The expired air, and then, still contains about 16% oxygen that remains untapped and dispersed in the atmosphere (of course in 'H2O during a dive). A rebreather instead (literally rebreathing) is a system of recirculating breathing gas that allows the user to retain, "clean" and re-use all or only a wall of gas expired: that is, oxygen is not used. The term clean means to remove (through a special filter to absorb positioned within the circuit) the carbon dioxide produced by your body every expiratory act as waste product of oxygen consumption.
All thanks to the fact that gas discarded (breathing out) is not part of the circuit but in H2O just ready to be cleaned and reused.
The rebreathers are classified into two broad categories: a semi-closed circuit (SCR Semi Closed Rebreather), and closed circuit CCR (Closed Circuit Rebreather), they divide themselves between the mechanical and electronic.
The difference between the two types is in the principle of operation.
A rebreather SCR and 'a machine that can recycle partially what we breathe, eliminating the clutter in the form of bubbles through a pressure relief valve properly calibrated. Not being able to recycle all the gas and then exhaled allow less autonomy than a CCR but still considerably higher than a normal open circuit.
The SCR are generally equipped with a cylinder containing a mixture of nitrox.