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    Palau Siren trip

    Just came home from another great trip on the Palau Siren liveaboard. This is not for those who are after the extreme tech side of CCR diving, more 'recreational' CCR diving under the latest terminology.

    I was the only CCR diver on the trip however always received excellent support from the crew and boosted O2 as needed with a smile. They also supplied Sofnolime which avoided the hassle of transporting myself.
    My Prism2 performed well over multiple dives/days. Experiences like this make me realize why I enjoy diving rebreathers so much.

    My better half dived OC this time however hopefully her new Explorer will be
    available for our next trip.

    Brian
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian7  View Original Post
    Just came home from another great trip on the Palau Siren liveaboard. This is not for those who are after the extreme tech side of CCR diving, more 'recreational' CCR diving under the latest terminology.

    I was the only CCR diver on the trip however always received excellent support from the crew and boosted O2 as needed with a smile. They also supplied Sofnolime which avoided the hassle of transporting myself.
    My Prism2 performed well over multiple dives/days. Experiences like this make me realize why I enjoy diving rebreathers so much.

    My better half dived OC this time however hopefully her new Explorer will be
    available for our next trip.

    Brian

    That's great to hear! My wife and I just booked 10 days on the Fiji Siren in October with our two rEvos!

    Cheers

    Christian

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