With ship wrecks such as the "Capitan Alsina" which lays at a depth of between 30 meters to 40 meters, and the "Don Quiko" at a depth ranging from 50 meters to 60 meters; not to forget the wall who start at 60 meters to end at... who knows. La Caleta National park is the perfect location to complete your Technical Diver, Wreck Diver, Normoxic Trimix Diver and Trimix diver Courses.
This Program is designed to extend the diver’s knowledge in the use of EANx for Sport diving, to further develop diving skills and provide a greater understanding of the EANx concept of diving, employ the use of EANx mixes for the bottom- and/or decompression portion of dives, and to qualify divers to do dive to 140 fsw (42 msw) and do required decompression stops up to 15 minutes.
This Program is designed to train divers to conduct dives to depths between 100 fsw (30 msw) and, at the instructor’s option, up to 170 fsw (51 msw) using custom blend breathing gas mixtures, and to provide greater understanding of custom blend breathing gas mixtures, a complete knowledge of the limits of any EANx mixture, and the use of EANx and oxygen for decompression.
This Program is designed to train those who wish to dive to depths between 130 fsw (39 msw) and 200 fsw (60 msw), but who do not wish to breathe air below 130 fsw (39 msw).
This Program is designed for those individuals already involved in deep diving activities, but is not intended to be used as an enticement to divers who are content to remain in Sport or EANx diving limits. Trimix affords a safer means for deep-water exploration for divers who dive deep or perform with a clear head at depth. The IANTD Trimix Diver Program requires the diver to be self-sufficient/reliant. The knowledge and skills taught in this program qualify divers to perform Trimix Dives 333 fsw (100 msw).