Archive for July, 2010

Nautilus CCR Makes a Splash at Scuba Sciences

Thursday, July 29th, 2010
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Paul takes the Nautilus for a spin in the pool at Scuba Sciences, Inc.

Team Nautilus would like to thank  the great group of divers at Scuba Sciences in Phoenix, Arizona.  We held an introduction to rebreathers course at the facility on July 23rd and 24th.  14 divers took part in an evening academic session and scheduled blocks of time the following day for their confined water work.  No Bubbles…No Troubles…Welcome to Silent Divng!

Scuba Sciences has been a cornerstone of the Arizona diving community since 1971.  They are dedicated to providing their clients the highest standard of diver education as well as optimum breathing gas technology.

Check back soon for Nautilus CCR Courses taught through Scuba Sciences.  Contact Paul Wagenseller for more information.  info@scubasciences.com or (602) 253-6622.

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Introduction to Rebreather Course at Scuba Sciences in Phoenix Arizona July 23rd and 24th

Monday, July 12th, 2010

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Team Nautilus is proud to announce an Introduction to Rebreather Course featuring the Nautilus CCR at Scuba Sciences in Phoenix Arizona.  We will conduct the academic portions of the course on Friday evening and schedule blocks of time on Saturday for the confined water portion. 

Space is limited so sign up soon!

Contact Paul Wagenseller at 602-995-5926 for details.

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Technical CCR Diver/Instructor Course

Monday, July 12th, 2010
German Yanez, Casey Omholt, Josh Thornton, and Joe Radomski (left to right)

German Yanez, Casey Omholt, Josh Thornton, and Joe Radomski (left to right)

The Nautilus Diving Center in Cabo San Lucas held a Technical CCR Diver/Instructor Course in June 2010.  Team Nautilus  would like to give special thanks to Joe Radomski for putting on an excellent program. 

German and Casey testing the new Nautilus Off Board Gas Kit

German and Casey testing the new Nautilus Off Board Gas Kit

The facility will offer regular courses starting  in November 2010.  Courses will include but are not limited to: ANDI SafeAir Sport Diver, Complete SafeAir User, Technical SafeAir Diver, Technical Trimix Diver, Introduction to Rebreathers, Rebreather Diver, Technical Rebreather Diver, and Technical Trimix Rebreather Diver.

The facility will also be available for outside instructors to use for travel training. 

The 15 foot deep training pool, new rental fleet, blending station, technician room, A/C classroom, wireless internet, showers, and rinse tanks give this facility the tools to provide each diver top notch education and service.

Cabo San Lucas is ideal for dive training.  The dive sites are near the facility and marina limiting the down time between activities.  The Canyon offers shallow and deep water options.  Visibility is generally 20-80 feet.  Current is not an issue inside the bay (good for CCR training).  Water temperature varies between the mid 60s to high 80s depending on the time of year.

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Nautilus Exhibits at the Dive and Travel Expo in Tacoma Washington

Sunday, July 11th, 2010
Casey Omholt and Charlie Johnson

Casey Omholt and ANDI Vice President, Charlie Johnson

The Tacoma Show was another excellent opportunity for Team Nautilus to promote our product to the dive industry.  Although this regional show is still relatively new to the circuit, it is gaining popularity every year.  The Pacific North West is home to tried and true divers who love their sport.   We look forward to a return trip to the area this August/September for a try dive opportunity…check back for details!

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