SSI Freediving Level 1 Phuket - Freediving Fundamentals
Reveal your natural ability to freedive
To get your SSI Freediving Level 1 Phuket, you will have to perform :
> 2 minutes static (breathhold) | for Pool and Level 1
> 40 Meters Dynamic (swim horizontally underwater for 30 meters) | for Pool and Level 1
> CWTB & FIM 16-20m (Constant Weight with bi-fins and Free Immersion) | for Level 1
> CWTB Buddying 6-10m | for Level 1
> Rescue from 6-10m | for Level 1
For experienced freedivers or spearfisherman, SSI Level 1 is available in 2 days. Please contact us directly (Chat/Whatsapp buttons)
💳 SSI Freediving Level 1 | BookingFast Process - Fast Booking
🗓️ SSI Freediving Level 1 ItineraryDay Trip Itinerary | 3 Days Course
DAY 1 : Pool Session
9 am – 1 pm: Meeting at the pool in Chalong
Static and dynamic Training
DAY 2 : Local Reef or Pool
9 am – 1 pm: Meeting at Kata Reef/Rawai or at the pool (depending on weather condition)
CWT and relaxation training
DAY 3 : Full Day Trip to Racha Yai Island
8am – 4pm : Pick up at your hotel around 7.30am.
All meals included
For experienced freedivers doing the 2 days SSI Freediving Level 1 Phuket, the day at the local reef will be skipped
Two days course: Day 1 Pool, Day 2 Racha Yai trip
🏝️ Visited Islands | SSS Freediving Level 1 PhuketDay Trip To Racha Yai Island
RACHA YAI ISLAND: IDEAL FOR FREEDIVING TRAINING
Koh Racha Yai, is the largest of the two islands located off the Southeastern coast of Phuket.
The island provides excellent underwater visibility which makes freediving and snorkeling very enjoyable.
Different kinds of corals can be spotted here with the Staghorn coral predominating in many areas. Marine life is rich and species such as Barracuda, Tuna and Milk Fish can be found in this area.
The better place for diving is located on the East coast along the hard coral reef where there are shipwrecks and good drifts.
There are several interesting dive sites around Koh Racha Yai including Lucy’s Reef, Reef “Do little Do” where Stonefish and Batfish may be chanced upon. Not forgetting Marla’s mystery, a wreck that became home to Morays, Groupers and Lionfish.