40 Metre Dry Dives in the North West
What does the day consist of?
The day begins with an informative lecture covering the vital topics of diving safety and decompression illness. Following the lecture, you will receive a thorough briefing on the safety protocols within the chamber and be introduced to the unique chamber environment. Here, you will have the opportunity to personally encounter and understand the effects of nitrogen narcosis.
How many people can attend?
The day can accommodate a minimum of approximately 40 participants, and there is no maximum limit per club. However, please note that the maximum capacity for the day is set at 60 participants. Reservations are handled on a first-come, first-served basis. Each session in the chamber is designed to accommodate 10 people, making it convenient for groups of 10, 20, 30, 40, and so on, per session.
Please note the following important details:
The lecture is scheduled to begin at 10:00 AM. Your punctuality is appreciated, so kindly plan to arrive around 15 minutes before the start time.
To participate, you must possess a valid self-certification or a diving medical certificate. The minimum age for participants is 16 years. Dry dives are conducted exclusively on weekends.
- £40.00 per person for 40-metre dry dives.
- £10.00 per person for visitors.
To participate, please bring your log books to obtain a verification stamp and check the accuracy of your dive computers.
It is crucial to be prepared for the environment, so ensure you have warm clothing, including woolly bear suits, hats, gloves, and any other necessary attire.