Depth training and fun dive (Straddie)

Start
December 5, 2020
End
December 5, 2020 (All day)
Address
132 Dickson Way, Point Lookout QLD 4183   View map
Phone
0738227578

$150.00

Join us for a day of depth training and fun diving! We will charter a boat from Manta SCUBA Centre on North Stradbroke and head out from there to do a depth training session, followed by a fun dive with marine life. Dive sites will depend on sea conditions on the day, but we hope to do the depth training in 20-40m deep water (dependent on location). The depth training will include use of float and line that will be set-up for you by a qualified freediving instructor. For the fun dive, we will go to one of our favourite dive spots to give you the best possible marine life encounters. Each participant must be a certified freediver (proof of certification will need to be shown prior to departure), have dived with us previously, and need to be medically fit to freedive.

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Do you need the water taxi from Cleveland to Dunwich and return?

Only people who have previously done depth training with Encounter Freediving can join this depth training session.

Please carefully read our COVID19 information

Category:

Status

4 Qty Available

Schedule

5:55 Catch water taxi from Cleveland to Straddie

6:20 Pickup by Manta at Dunwich

6:45 Arrive Point Lookout & get ready

7:00 Depart Point Lookout

10:45 Arrive Point Lookout

12:00 Bus departs for Dunwich

12:25 Water taxi to Cleveland

12:55 Arrive Cleveland

Event Details

Time: Meet at 6:45am, return to shore by 11am. Arrive back in Cleveland around 1pm.
Location: Meet at Manta Lodge & SCUBA Centre
Getting there: From the mainland you can catch the 5:55am Flyer water taxi departing Cleveland. Manta Lodge then provides a transfer from the ferry to the Lodge & SCUBA Centre. If you would like to catch the water taxi, please select that option below.
What to bring: Swim wear, wetsuit, mask, snorkel, fins, weight belt, sun protection, water, freedive computer (optional), underwater camera (optional). Freedivers are required to use a lanyard if diving to >20m or in poor visibility. Let us know beforehand if you wish to hire any equipment or purchase a lanyard.

Each participant must be a certified freediver (proof of certification will need to be shown prior to departure) and need to be medically fit to freedive.

Minimum numbers must be reached for the trip to go ahead, and we have limited spaces.