The Poseidon Discovery MKVI recreational rebreather units will also be available for rental to certified users whilst on board our liveaboard diving trips.
"I dive a rebreather and have always had problems finding liveaboards which welcomed me and supported my needs. That is until I found the Siren fleet. From personal experience on two 10 day trips I can assure you they provide full rebreather support and the crew offer that 'extra' service that makes diving a pleasure." Brian Mecklem, Australia
The combination course from the UWECO training agency, based in the United Kingdom, was written for and designed around the use of the MKVI unit. The course consists of unit assembly and familiarisation, tests and knowledge development, you will then progress onto a "confined water" training session in which basic skills, emergency procedures and self rescue drills are performed under the guidance of your instructor. Upon successful completion of your "confined water" session your instructor will take you for "open Water" dives to a maximum depth of 40m. During your "open water" dives you will be expected to perform the skills you mastered in the shallow water session. After your course you will be able to refresh your knowledge with online tools and receive and "e-ticket" detailing your certification level.
UWECO 18-30-40 Recreational CCR Combo course runs over 3 days, includes all equipment rental, course materials & certification.
On Board Course price 645 Euro - Pre-Booked only 580 Euro!!
Course available aboard the S/Y Fiji Siren or S/Y Truk Siren only.
This beginner rebreather diver course allows divers, already certified as PADI Open Water, to train on a fully closed circuit rebreather. The course consists of 2 "confined water" sessions followed by 4 "open water" dives to a maximum depth of 18m / 60ft. Our instructors will show you how to run through the appropriate pre-dive tests that ensure your equipment is fully functional prior to diving. "Confined water" sessions allow you to become orientated with the unit, practice basic skills and emergency procedures that you would have learned during your recreational diver training - but this time using the rebreather! During the "open water" sessions emphasis is placed on skills that will enable the diver to be fully independent from their instructor. The beginner course runs through emergency procedures and buoyancy control developing different techniques than you would have learned for an open circuit system.
PADI Rebreather Diver course runs over 3 days and includes all equipment rental, course materials and certification card.
On Board Course Price 595 Euro - Pre-Booked Only 535 Euro!
The advanced course allows divers, upon course completion, to dive to 30m /100ft or you may combine with the PADI Deep Diver Speciality and increase your max depth to 40m/130ft. The course consists of 1 "confined water" skills training session, followed by 4 "open water" dives and a final examination.
PADI Advanced Rebreather Diver course runs over 3 days, includes all equipment rental, course materials & certification.
On Board Course Price 550 Euro - Pre-Booked only 495 Euro!
Save yourself time and money by taking our combination course during your liveaboard diving safari. Theory and skill sessions for both Rebreather Diver and Advanced Rebreather Diver can be combined over a 4-day course consisting of theory and practical set up, shallow "confirned water" skill sessions and a total of 8 "open water" dives to a maximum depth of 30m / 100ft.
Hosted by SSI instructor trainers Paul Leslie and Steve Newman, the Siren Fleet will run a “Zero to Hero” 10-night liveaboard trip in Komodo, Indonesia aboard their newest yacht the S/Y P Siren. During the trip you will be able to take your training on the MKVI all the way from beginner to instructor level and start teaching right away!
Space is limited to just 12 guests to ensure you receive the maximum possible attention from your instructors and get real hands-on experience.
SSI MKVI Instructor Trip runs over 10 days
Price just 2455 Euro per person includes :-
All instructors have the option to rent an MKVI unit whilst on board for just 585 Euro or purchase your own unit from your local Poseidon Dealer and receive 1000US$ rebate from Poseidon upon trip confirmation!!!
To reserve your space and for further information please contact the Siren Fleet reservations team
All of our recreational rebreather diver courses are unit specific and the training conducted is only appropriate for the Poseidon Discovery MKVI. Courses are designed with your safety and experience in mind. Upgrades and cross-over courses from alternate training agencies / units are also available on board each of our yachts.
Poseidon Discovery MKVI Recreational Rebreathers can be rented on board the S/Y Fiji Siren or the S/Y Truk Siren, by certified users only. Units, including electronics, tanks and bail-out tank can be rented on a daily basis from 65 Euro per day. Filters and oxygen fills at additional charge.
It is not advisable to switch between closed circuit rebreather and open circuit SCUBA during a day's diving and users must follow manufacturer guidelines and advice from our Cruise Directors
All Siren Fleet liveaboard yachts are "Rebreather Friendly". We can accept and support alternative closed circuit and semi-closed circuit rebreathers. We can provide sofnolime, O2 fills to 135bar and bail-out tanks at an additional charge. It is not practical for us to store this equipment on board when not in use, therefore guests should notify our reservations team of their requirements at the time of booking. Please note that all unit specific tanks may not always be available in each of our locations.
Whilst every effort will be made to ensure MKVI rebreather course and/ or rental availability, Worldwide Dive and Sail & the Siren Fleet cannot be held responsible for any equipment malfunction or diver illness resulting in a missed course or limited rental capability. It is the sole responsibilty of the user to ensure they are fit for diving and have obtained the appropriate diver insurance coverage in relation to rebreather diving activities.