Diving with Well Maintained Equipment & Safety : Go Dive Lanta, Koh Lanta, Krabi

Dive Safe, Well maintained equipment

Diving Equipment & Safety

All of our rental equipment is regularly maintained and in excellent working condition, our Boat the M/V Go Dive is equipped with life jackets, first kit and emergency oxygen. 

 

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Decompression Chamber

The nearest Decompression chamber is on the nearby island of Phuket and Go Dive is pleased to be a member and regular contributor to the SSS decompression chamber.

 

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Flying After Diving

DAN reviews its guidelines on how soon divers may fly after diving.

 

Revised Flying After Diving Guidelines for Recreational Diving - May 2002

 

The following guidelines are the consensus of attendees at the 2002 Flying After Diving Workshop. They apply to air dives followed by flights at cabin altitudes of 2,000 to 8,000 feet (610 to 2,438 meters) for divers who do not have symptoms of decompression sickness (DCS). The recommended preflight surface intervals do not guarantee avoidance of DCS. Longer surface intervals will reduce DCS risk further.

 

  • For a single no-decompression dive, a minimum preflight surface interval of 12 hours is suggested.

  • For multiple dives per day or multiple days of diving, a minimum preflight surface interval of 18 hours is suggested.

  • For dives requiring decompression stops, there is little evidence on which to base a recommendation and a preflight surface interval substantially longer than 18 hours appears prudent.

 

 Information from http://www.diversalertnetwork.org/medical/faq/Flying_After_Diving

 

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