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Diving in Romania

Discussion in 'Central and Eastern Europe' started by Octo-Danny, Mar 15, 2001.

  1. Octo-Danny

    Octo-Danny Angel Fish

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    Anyone knows divesites in Romaina?
    Black sea shore or cave diving in the mountains???
     
  2. Thistle

    Thistle Angel Fish

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    Hi Octo-Danny!

    It is possible to dive there, somebody did it in the last summer. The biggest problem is the vis which is very low.
    I think some ruins of the old port and town of Tomis can be seen around. However i am not aware of any dive operator in close to the Balck Sea.
    If you are really interested please contact me and I will give you more details.
    Victor
     
  3. respiro

    respiro Garibaldi

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    Hi Danny! When choosing Romania, consider also RESPIRO Dive Center (respiro@respirodiving.ro): wreck diving, cave diving, certification courses, equipment shop etc.

    If you need more info about the Black Sea or Romania diving just ask!
     
  4. scubadiver.ro

    scubadiver.ro Garibaldi

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    HI there !

    I see that there are some posts with diving places and operators from Romania.
    Here is a another one with best the lowest prices and the best diving programs.
    Visit http://www.scubadiver.ro and you will see photos of romanian diving places, wreck diving, cave diving, etc.

    Safe Dives
     
  5. long_blades

    long_blades Garibaldi

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    That's wright!!!

    The man is Jeno Szabo, take a look at the Carpatica Dive Center site and you can find all the infos that you need related to scuba-diving in Romania
    www.diving.ro
     
  6. scubadiver.ro

    scubadiver.ro Garibaldi

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    Hi you can find details about scubadiving in Romania on http://www.scubadiver.ro .
    The most interesting place for cave diving in Romania is Isverna cave witch is in the Apuseni mountains.
     
  7. Florin

    Florin Garibaldi

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    Wow Ramairo, that must have been cool, did you dive there, I mean in Isverna in the Apuseni Mountains? How do you get to the Apuseni Mountains to dive in Isverna, do you use a route planner or would a primary school geography book be just enough to get you to the right mountains ?
     
  8. scubadiver.ro

    scubadiver.ro Garibaldi

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    Hello Florin,

    Nice to see that you are interested about diving in Isverna. I have been there two times and it was a great experience.
    You can make the route with Viamichelin from Bucharest to Isverna Cave ( Ponoarele ).


    Also if you would like to dive there check out our program for cave divers :
    Cave diving tour Isverna
    Program:
    Leave Bucharest - Thursday at 18:00 - Arrival: Sunday at 23:00 or 24:00, in the village Ponoarele, pension Borloveanu, late dinner (snacks), accommodation, sleep!

    * Day I. Friday

    10:00 breakfast
    11:00 departure for Izverna
    11:30 Arrival at Izverna
    11:30. 12:30 briefing about cave diving and to be done, filling in the assumption of responsibility, other technical details of equipment, sharing of equipment (for those who do not have all own equipment and equipment leases)
    12:30. 1:00 p.m. with the equipment: neoprene, bib, bootees and boots, helmet-mounted electric light, backpack lightweight personal transport (mask, fins, gloves, dive computer, detention, vest, belt ballast. NO weights !, etc.)
    1:00 p.m. cave entrance
    1:30 p.m. diving training
    2:00 p.m. Green siphon dip in the first series
    3:00 p.m. Green siphon dip in the second series
    Cave divers out 4:00 p.m.
    4:30 p.m. breakfast. put cold food on leaving Ponoarele Lunches, tea
    5:30 p.m. debriefing, completion of the diary, observations
    18:00 Check for Ponoarele
    8:00 p.m. dinner, sleep!
    * Day II. Saturday

    8:30 breakfast
    Starting at 9:00 Izverna
    9:30 arrival Izverna
    Briefing 10:00
    Equipment 10:30
    Cave entrance 11:00
    Immersion Training 11:30
    12:00 to 1:00 p.m. the first series: diving in Green, crossing out of the Green Gallery in rafters, rafters Browse Gallery upstream, reaching Lake Yellow Yellow siphon diving in, returned to the platform, leaving the equipment there and back on the gallery by Green and rocks out of the cave
    13:30. 2:30 p.m. the second set through the same route as the first series
    3:00 p.m. Everyone is outside, undressing
    3:30 p.m. breakfast. put cold food on leaving Ponoarele Lunches, tea
    4:30 p.m. debriefing, completion of the diary, observations
    Ponoarele departure to 5:00 p.m.
    8:00 p.m. dinner, sleep!
    * Day III. Sunday

    8:30 breakfast
    Starting at 9:00 Izverna
    Izverna arrival at 9:30, briefing, equipment
    10:00 cave entrance, the first series to reach platform
    11:00. 12:00 Diving with the first set in yellow, through the gallery until Black Divers, diving in Black up to .20 m, and then return to the Green platform in the water.
    12:30. 1:30 p.m. dive with the second series (the same route as the first series)
    2:00 p.m. Everyone is out with personal equipment, undressing
    2:30 p.m. breakfast. put cold food on leaving Ponoarele Lunches, tea
    3:30 p.m. debriefing, completion of the divelog, observations
    4:00 p.m. and depart for Bucharest Ponoarele

    Personal equipment required:

    - Neoprene, at least 5mm, preferably 7mm with hood, with the sole of foot protection, gloves, suit to fit and be good for cold water (water temperature 8-9 degrees Celsius)
    - Protective Coverall which should be worn over neoprene neoprene protection is not necessarily required but it is better to be as common molded, lightweight
    - Rubber boots, tall (up to knee) in case it wants to go to the cave with dry clothing and neoprene suit and overalls should be worn in cave
    - Helmet, type site, with electric lantern fastened on the helmet in order to have free hands, spare batteries, spare flashlight (these flashlights are not required to be underwater and will not be used for diving as much as possible)
    - Protective gloves (type site)
    - Two underwater flashlights with 1-2 rows of spare batteries for each (it will give a range of 3 x 2 hours for each of the torches)
    - Diving mask
    - Computer diving
    - Ring the lest (without ballast)
    - Compensating vest type jacket or Wing
    - One or second detention and detention vest fully equipped with coupling, pressure gauge, octopus, DIN or INT system - 15 liter bottle diving trips with 1-2 liters or 2x 10 2x 12 liter manifold or independent outputs for independent diver (in case you want to use 2 bottles and then you have a jacket that can be used with those two bottles)

    Tours take place in mid-December, January, February, March, April, May
     

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