Cave CCR Rebreather @ Mexico-Underground
At Mexico Underground we offer all level cave rebreather training with TDI at all diver and instructor levels.
About our cave Rebreather training
Rebreathers have gained popularity over the last two decades among the sport technical and cave diving community, it is our aim to support this in providing extensive and progressive cave rebreather training programs for individuals looking to gain the knowledge and skills sets required to safely plan and execute overhead cave dives on closed circuit rebreather. Mexico is a great place to home in you skills as you can really spend the hours in water to master the skills set required of diving CCR inside a cave.
There are currently two levels of cave CCR diver (Level 1 Cave CCR similar to intro to cave on a rebreather and the full cave rebreather certification plus a range of cave specialties) that once trained to dive caves on rebreather you can take on the CCR. It is an option for already certified cave divers to cross over to cave CCR once experience is gained on the rebreather.
Cave Rebreather – are you ready?
You need to already been trained and have experience diving Rebreathers, it is required that you have between 50 and 100 hours diving your CCR and feel comfortable with your normal diving and emergency skills sets, often we need to revisit some of this to ensure compatibility in the cave environment. Our cave instructor trainer Mathew Partridge has been diving rebreather in caves extensively since 2001 and in our programs he is able to pass on a wealth of knowledge gained from over 2,000 cave rebreather dives. Mexico has a wide verity of different caves enabling us to expose students to many environments during training, skills sets are as realistic as possible to gain experience in a controlled but challenging manner over the 9-10 days of training.