Rebreather Forum 4, the legendary event for technical divers, will be held in Malta from April 20-22, 2023.
For all diving professionals who use rebreathers on a daily basis, spring in Malta promises to be extremely exciting. All thanks to Rebreather Forum 4, which is scheduled for the end of April.
The event’s organizers have predicted that a total of 300 guests will attend the next installment of the event. Probably they will be able to achieve this goal without too much trouble, as at the moment more than 100 participants have already signed up. So if you are considering attending the event, it is certainly worth signing up early, if only for the cheaper tickets.
Until February 1, 2023 only, all-inclusive registration (daily coffee service and lunch, banquet, conference bag and T-shirt) costs €375 + Vat.
The meeting is an event whose main goals are to develop and consolidate the knowledge of the diving community. Of course, everything in relation to closed circuits, technology and its use by divers. The main issues are improving the safety and efficiency of rebreather diving.
The core of the event is a three-day scientific meeting with leading researchers and experts in the field. Speakers will focus on diving safety, physiology, technology and training. Materials and minutes of the presentations and discussions will be made available to the public by the organizers, as will high-quality videos of the presentations.
The symposium is intended for dive industry professionals, leaders and organizations interested and/or involved in rebreather diving. It is not intended for people who are not professionally active in the diving industry.
The original Rebreather Forum, organized by then-publisher of aquaCORPS Journal and tek.Conference. Michael Menduno, was held in May 1994 in Key West, Florida. A follow-up meeting of Rebreather Forum 2.0 was held in September 1996 in Redondo Beach, California. Rebreather Forum 3.0 was organized by Dr. Richard Vanna and his team and was held in May 2012 in Orlando, Florida. And the Related Rebreathers and Scientific Diving event, which was organized by Dr. Neal Pollock, was held in February 2015 on Catalina Island, California.
Get the latest knowledge and current views on important topics relative to rebreather diving. Among others, Diver safety – has rebreather diving become safer since 2012? Physiological issues such as gas narcosis and toxicity, DCI, HPNS, thermal considerations, hyperbaric diffusion, diver monitoring, technology including O2 and CO2 sensors, MCCR vs eCCR, scrubber technology, safety equipment including mouthpiece straps, diver training such as how many rebreather divers have become certified from RF3, and dive operations including mixed platform diving, rebreather rescue and emergency procedures.
For more information, visit: rebreatherforum.tech
Malta is a great place for a diving trip. Very diverse in terms of diving sites and level of difficulty. You can read more about diving in Malta in Carollina Wells’ article, which we published in issue 17. DIVERS24 quarterly! The digital version of the magazine is available free of charge, while the printed version can be purchased from our webshop.
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