RAID Freediver Course I August 12th and 13th

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RAID Freediver Course I August 12th and 13th

300.00

Learn to Freedive with Diving Leisure London in partnership with Go Freediving

Taking place over a weekend, the RAID Freediver course from Go Freediving covers all the fundamental freediving skills you need and offers continued development for snorkelers or spearfishers. Starting in the classroom, you’ll learn how to breathe before and after a dive, how to hold your breath safely and about the freediving equipment you’ll use. You’ll then move to the pool, learning how to move with ease and grace under the water, developing the skills you’ll need in the open water.

In the afternoon of the first day you’ll move to Vobster Quay and begin diving in open water. We’ll make sure you never exceed your own limits or comfort zone – you set a pace that you’re comfortable with. By the end of the weekend you could be diving to depths up to 20m in the most relaxed and safe manner possible. You’ll dive submerged boats, trucks, cars and planes, through shoals of beautiful fish and learn new skills to take your freediving to the next level.

 

If you would like to book a place on the course please email Diving Leisure London or call on 020 7924 4106.

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What’s included

  • Pool hire
  • Theory material
  • Tuition
  • All freediving equipment hire including: Freediving long fins, low volume mask, snorkel, freediving weight belt, weight, neoprene socks and gloves, and freediving wetsuit*
  • Course certification and certification card (dependent on performance)
  • Lifetime guarantee*

Not included

  • Vobster Quay entry fee (details)
  • Personal travel and subsistence costs

Wetsuits

Wetsuit hire is included in the price of your course however if you have one of your own we suggest you bring it to ensure you have the best fitting suit for you. If you own a scuba wetsuit you can use that – we recommend a minimum suit thickness of 5mm. Triathlon wetsuits are not suitable as they tend to be too thin and usually don’t include a hood.