Evolution Scuba will be hosting propulsion and gas management workshops at Boston Sea Rovers in March. We know you’ll find these sessions well worth your time, and look forward to seeing you. You can register in advance below, and we’ll be certain to hold a good seat for you.
Elements of Diving – Mastering Propulsion
Have you ever wanted more control of your diving? Have you ever wanted to stay in one place in the water with out moving? Have you ever wanted to back up underwater?
If you have answered yes to any of these questions then this skills clinic is for you. Please join Evolution Scuba’s instructors and staff for an in-depth workshop on the Elements of Diving that will bring your outlook and abilities to a new level. This workshop will start in the classroom, then move to the pool area for land drills and confined water training.
Participants can choose to get in the water or audit from poolside. Bring full scuba kit if you plan on joining us in the pool. Confined water participants must fill out medical and liability waivers, and present their certification card.
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 10
Workshop Fee – $80, with a portion of the fee donated to the American Breast Cancer Association.
Gas Management – Made Simple
Throughout your dive education and/or career you have been told you must return, end the dive, or come back with at least 500-800 psi of gas. But, have you ever been taught how to calculate this? If you were, did you understand it?
We will show you how simple it is to manage, track and calculate gas. This work shop will start with physics and physiology of you and the dive equipment to make sure we all are on the same page. We then move into the the basics of gas planning. We’ll ensure your foundation of “where and how the gas goes” is completely understood.
This program will enlighten you; it will not bore you. Give us a few hours of your time and you will have a much clearer understanding of a usually complicated aspect of diving.
1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 9
Workshop Fee – $40, with a portion of the fee donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.