Nitrox Specialty – Nai Yang

From: ฿ 3,500

Enhance your bottom time and dive more safe with NITROX 


The SSI Enriched Air Nitrox program will teach you how to safely plan and dive with enriched air mixtures of up to 40% oxygen. Diving with enriched air can increase your no-decompression limits, increase your safety, and reduce the required length of your surface intervals when compared to air. You will earn the SSI Enriched Air Nitrox 32% or 40% certification after completing this program.

This program can be done on one afternoon and does not include any dives.

What is included in this offer? Items that are included in the cost of the price.

eLearning, Instructor, certification

What is excluded in this offer? Items that are not included in the cost of the price.

Transfer from your hotel to Nai Yang

It is very common now that most diving organizations offer the so called E-Learning. This means that the theory part can be completed online with SSI, and will minimize your time in the classroom allowing more time to concentrate on the practical part… diving! All you need is a computer, tablet or smartphone and internet access. Full HD Videos, modern graphics, animations and great pictures make home studying much more fun, as you are the one who decides when to study which module. Each step will be documented, and we will receive a notification of your progress. You are only going to spend a short time in our classroom, to discuss the course with your instructor, possibly answer some further questions and write a final exam. Online training is absolutely free of charge, all you have to do is register with SSI:

Please choose  "83110 Phuket -> Sea Bees Nai Yang" as dive center during your application process. You will receive your access code after successfully enrolling. To grant you access to all chapters of the course, we need an appropriate reservation and a deposit payment. Your journey in the underwater world will start shortly afterwards.

eLearning Nai Yang choose Sea Bees Nai Yang as your Dive Center seabees