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    south of france not RB friendly

    I im taking a trip down to France for 4 days at the end of the month only to be met by dive shops that say RB take up to much space or that there regular customers dont want to pair up with a RB diver or just a plain no ,i did say that i would dive with anyone i just wanted to get in the water,if anyone knows where to dive with a rebreather freindly dive boat in the cassis region give me a shout .
    Cheers Darrell

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    Re: south of france not RB friendly

    Quote Originally Posted by dspe  View Original Post
    I im taking a trip down to France for 4 days at the end of the month only to be met by dive shops that say Rebreather take up to much space or that there regular customers dont want to pair up with a RB diver or just a plain no ,i did say that i would dive with anyone i just wanted to get in the water,if anyone knows where to dive with a rebreather freindly dive boat in the cassis region give me a shout .
    Cheers Darrell
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    Re: south of france not RB friendly

    Thanks for the reply i will try asur plongee today to see if i get any joy

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    Re: south of france not RB friendly

    +1 for azur plongee,
    Jo Gallien is the responsible for IANTD France and between others instructor trainer for the rEvo...
    Azur plongee have oxygen, helium and sorb if you need it...
    PS I am not the owner, just an happy customer

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    Re: south of france not RB friendly

    Hello,

    the other address are very good.
    Near Cassis you can try here:Plongée Tek Marseille
    best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by dspe  View Original Post
    I im taking a trip down to France for 4 days at the end of the month only to be met by dive shops that say Rebreather take up to much space or that there regular customers dont want to pair up with a RB diver or just a plain no ,i did say that i would dive with anyone i just wanted to get in the water,if anyone knows where to dive with a rebreather freindly dive boat in the cassis region give me a shout .
    Cheers Darrell
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    Re: south of france not RB friendly

    Thanks for the help ,i got hold of azur plongee o2 trmx seems ok but no sorb though only shallow stuff this weekend its a bank Holiday i have to go with the flow ,but it was finaly good to be accepted by some one!!

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    Re: south of france not RB friendly

    Are there any problems diving non-CE units? Last time I tried (good few years ago now) some were insisting on CE units on boat charters.

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    Re: south of france not RB friendly

    Just put a CE sticker on? Or do they do a background check to see if the cert is valid?

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