Triton CCR courses in Thailand

Triton CCR Courses and fun diving in Phuket.

Thailand Triton CCR courses
The Triton students prepping

A few weeks ago Jean-manuel and Anne in their early 60’s and Arthur and Agathe, in their early 20’s, showed up from France for their Trition CCR courses. Jean-Manuel and Anne were already certified Triton CCR divers all the way up to Triton CCR Cave Trimix level. 

This is a very interesting family as they all like tech diving. You don’t see this very often. All of them CMAS recreational divers and 3 of them even CMAS instructors. All Advanced Trimix Open Circuit divers and Full cave divers.

The first few week we took them out for their Triton CCR Courses on a private speedboat here in Phuket. Even-though it being low season the weather was absolutely prefect except for the first 2 days when the wind was a bit rough. Not one day of diving was wasted and the stamina of this group CCR divers was just amazing.

The triton CCR is a new sort of CCR for Sidemount diving. Its based on the Full Oxygen rebreathers the navy uses. The 

The TRITON, developed and made by M3S company, is a new concept of sport rebreather, opening up new horizons for tec-rec dive as for hardened tech divers or cave divers.

The TRITON breaks the current dogmas of what a  diving rebreather is by it’s three characteristics: it is small, light and chest mounted. Due to design The TRITON allows you to optimize all your dives from 0 to 100m.

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Arthur in perfect trim
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