Rebreather Diving in the Florida Keys

We are a rebreather-friendly facility, offering full tank rental and gas/fill service for rebreather divers.

If you are intrigued by rebreathers and would like to test-dive one, make an appointment with us to take a spin on an SF-2 ECCR Rebreather with one of our instructors, or sign up for a Rebreather (CCR) Air Diluent Diver Course and become rebreather certified with us!


SF-2 Rebreather in action


Rebreather divers are welcome on any of our dive charters. Check our schedule for extended bottom time dives or contact us to see what possibilities there are!


We strictly maintain a dive buddy system, so if you are an individual diver you would need to hire a guide for your rebreather dives.


We have 80 and 40 cuft stage tanks available for rent as well as 3L steel rebreather tanks. Air, Nitrox and Trimix fills available as follows:


Tech Dive / Rebreather Tank & Fill Rates

ItemPriceBuy Now
Tank Rental, empty
80 cuft
40 cuft
19 cuft
$6.00 per tripBuy Now!
Air Fill 80 cuft
Air Fill 40 cuft
Air Fill 19 cuft
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Nitrox Fill, 30%$0.12 / cuftBuy Now!
O2 Fill$0.40 / cuftBuy Now!
Helium Fill$0.85 / cuftBuy Now!
Scrubber$5 / lbBuy Now!
Scrubber, 45 lbs container$185Buy Now!
Base handling fee up to 4 tanks
plus fills
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Introducing the SF-2 ECCR Rebreather


The SF2 is a fully electronic closed-circuit rebreather engineered in Germany for divers all over the world. “Keep it Simple!” was the leading mission statement while engineering the SF2. The vision became a mission and finally a reality. This is evident at first sight: The SF2 is configured very cleanly and simply. Compared to other rebreathers, the SF2 is compact and well-arranged. The reason: All important components are integrated into the carbon fiber tube. Therefore, the SF2 needs significantly less volume compared to other rebreathers. Tests, as well as various certifications, assure a constant level of security while diving. The SF2 is especially suitable for ambitious technical dives. It is available as either a backmount or sidemount rebreather.


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