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Glapagos Sky welcomes Galapagos Rebreathers
Galapagos Sky , the most luxurious live-aboard vessel in the Galapagos Islands is now welcoming rebreather divers on selected departures.  Amy Lesh, Marketing and Sales Manager made the announcement earlier today.  “I think it is a good move and I am very o...

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Good news! Solid state oxygen sensors are here
I just returned home from attending TEKdiveUSA.2016 over the weekend. Besides the amazing talks and stories there which I will not try to reproduce in this blog, I wanter to blog about one of the most remarkable advancements in terms of innovation for Tecni...

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TEKdiveUSA.2016 is here
Starting tonight, TEKDiveUSA is a biennial advanced and technical diving conference. We kick things off tonight with a BBQ. A dive into a volcanic cave 60 meters deep in a collapsed crater in Gordon Rocks, Galapagos Islands.  The next couple days will compr...

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Amazing Galapagos video footage by Armado Gasse - Galapagos Rebreathers
I met Armando Gasse ( ) back in 2012 while supporting a private vessel on a 2 week long trip to the Galapagos. We have remained friends since then and he is always sharing his amazing material with me. It is often hard to share the material...

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2016 and 2017 Galapagos Rebreather trips
Exciting news! We have a number of trips available in 2016 and 2017 for the Galapagos Rebreathers community. Here is the schedule: 2016:  Aug 5 - 12 - 2 spaces available on board  Nortada . Nortada is a privately owened vessel. It started operations in Gala...

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We are back from the Galapagos Rebreathers 2015 expedition
After an amazing week of rebreather diving in the Galapagos Islands, 16 divers, 220 kilos of Sofnolime used, 25,000+ liters of Oxygen pumped and almost 400 man hours of safe rebreather diving, our 2015 Galapagos Rebreathers expedition ended today. A ton of ...

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Galapagos Rebreathers in DEMA 2014
Jorge A. Mahauad, managing director of Galapagos Rebreathers will be attending DEMA Show 2014. Come by booth 2133 to have a chat and learn about what we are doing to promote rebreather travel to the Galapagos Islands. To make an appointment call (239) 240 -...

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Besides my own rebreather, what else should I bring?
We recommended the following minimum spares and consumables: Oxygen Sensors (2)  Oxygen compatible grease Any unit specific O-ring kit Any unit specific tools Mouthpiece

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What is the electricity voltage in the boat? Which plug do I take with me?
The standard electrical power in the Galapagos is 110V, 60Hz. Most outlets take two flat-prong plugs. Other appliances and voltages will need appropriate adapters and converters.

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I want to come dive with you, how do I go about making a booking?
A minimum of two CCR divers is required to open a rebreather friendly departure. Galapagos Rebreathers will then market the departure as rebreather oriented in order to increase the number of CCR team members to up to 08. We have a data base of people inter...
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