Nitrox Cert

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Nitrox Cert

Post by Alaska-Herb » Wed Mar 05, 2014 11:05 am

Hi there we do not have a shop in town and I have not yet invested in a blender for my compressor so I have never needed a nitrox cert until now. I am Planning a trip to warm water in June with a lot of diving which would benefit from nitrox. I will be coming to the greater Seattle area for a weekend and would like to take a nitrox course on a Saturday. As I am flying Sunday I need it to be a course that does not require the cert dive. I also will be hauling two new to me tanks back with me so I have no room to actually carry my gear even if I stayed an extra day. I know there are some courses that can be done over the internet however I learn better in person if possible. I am really more interested in the knowledge than the card but the card will be necessary. Is there a shop or instructor that you folks would recommend for a Padi nitrox course, It does not have to be Padi but everything else is Padi so that is my preference.

Thanks for your recommendations
Herb

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Re: Nitrox Cert

Post by Norris » Wed Mar 05, 2014 11:54 am

Try this...

http://bit.ly/1orw3lX


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I don't know anyone who has done it this way, but considering your location, it would probably be handy.
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Re: Nitrox Cert

Post by Alaska-Herb » Wed Mar 05, 2014 12:02 pm

Norris wrote:Try this...

http://bit.ly/1orw3lX


:neener:

I don't know anyone who has done it this way, but considering your location, it would probably be handy.


Thanks I was aware of the online option and will reserve that as an option however I was actually hoping to do it real time in person for my personal best learning opportunity.

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Re: Nitrox Cert

Post by Norris » Wed Mar 05, 2014 12:09 pm

Actually I apologize for not reading further before assuming I had the answer.

Good luck on finding an instructor.

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Re: Nitrox Cert

Post by Linedog » Wed Mar 05, 2014 12:24 pm

I would contact Josh at Tacoma Scuba. 253-238-1754
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Re: Nitrox Cert

Post by Alaska-Herb » Wed Mar 05, 2014 5:18 pm

Linedog wrote:I would contact Josh at Tacoma Scuba. 253-238-1754

thanks for the recommendation I called and I think I have it set up. I just need to nail down the actual trip dates now.
Herb

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