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SUUNTO EON STEEL Dive Computer

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Suunto EON STEEL and the D6i (Above)

The Suunto EON STEEL comes with the new Suunto BrightSee color screen, its crisp , clear and easy to read and super bright perfect for diving in any conditions. Special glass is used to increase both durability and also minimize reflection and maximizing the view angle.

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Testing the EON STEEL Computer in the pool with the Tank pod transmitter. Can choose and customise the screen from a classic view with graphics to a text based interface.

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Shiyara and Tristan in Hikkaduwa

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PADI Open Water Diver course Dive No 1

Mark and Kushlani hovering over the corals with Very Good Buoyancy control.

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Ball of Snappers During PADI Open Water Diver Course

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Kushlani on her first open water dive during the PADI open water diver course. We had great visibility and super sea conditions.

In this picture black tail snapper with kushlani in the back

After one and a half days of Theory and pool training the 5 of them were ready to take the plunge into the deep blue ocean.

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Under Water Hockey @ STCSDU

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Skill – Controlled Descent – PADI Open Water Course

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PADI Master Seals

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PADI Seals Aqua Mission 4 @ S. Thomas College Mt. Lavinia

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Dhanika & Rory Completing the 4th Aqua Mission

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Aqua Missions , PADI Seal Team , S. Thomas College Scuba Diving Unit

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Dhanika, Rory and Sashen , our latest PADI Seal Team members at S. Thomas College Scuba Diving Unit.

 

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PADI Seal team starts at the Age of 8 years. Clearly for these kids, Scuba diving is far more easier than standing still for a photograph.. really !!!

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Rory and Dhanika after completing their first Aqua Mission

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Sashen after completing the First Aqua Mission

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Rory with Instructor Rohan

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Dhanika relaxing before Aqua Mission 2

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Yeomal and Kivindu assisting PADI Seals Rory, Dhanika and Sashen

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Setting up their dive equipment in preparation for Aqua Mission 2

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PADI Seals Rory and Dhanika setting up their Dive equipment with the help of Yeomal and Kivindu for Aqua Mission 2

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Sashen on Aqua Mission 2. By the end of Aqua Mission Five, all three of these PADI seals would have completed a considerable portion of Scuba Diver training equivalent to the Confined Water Session 1 of the PADI Open Water Diver Course

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PADI Seals Dhanika and Rory having fun at 4 meters Depth. After completing all 5 Aqua Missions these PADI Seals can continue their training in the 10 PADI Specialty Aqua Missions.

1.  Aqua Mission Creature I.D Specialist

2.  Aqua Mission Environmental Specialist

3.  Aqua Mission Inner Space Specialist

4.  Aqua Mission Navigation Specialist

5.  Aqua Mission Night Diver Specialist

6.  Aqua Mission Safety Specialist

7.  Aqua Mission Search & Recovery Specialist

8.  Aqua Mission Snapshot Specialist

9.  Aqua Mission Wreck Specialist

10.  Aqua Mission Skin Diver Specialist

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PADI Master Instructor Luke (Deco)

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Scuba Diving for Kids

 

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PADI Bubble Maker and PADI Seal Team are two really fun Scuba diving courses.

 

 

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Its a real super programme to introduce kids into scuba diving in a very fun and very safe environment.

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The Kids learn many valuable lessons while they have loads of fun.

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They get to have loads of fun and play around in the water, and in the process learn Scuba Diving skills which prepares them for the full Scuba course when they turn 10 years old.

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But the fun doesn’t end when you turn 10 years old .. even the older kids have loads of fun!

 

 

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