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How much does a Pathfinder cost?

A complete Pathfinder rebreather starts at $8000. usd. There are also several upgrade options that you can add to your unit such as a BOV or Shearwater Petrol computer. We are an ISC Dealer so feel free to give us a call and we can answer any questions or purchasing options.

How much does a new Megalodon Rebreather cost?

The cost for a complete and ready to dive Megalodon 2015 rebreather is $9645. usd. There are also several upgrade options that you can add to your unit such as $125 extra for steel 2L or 3L tanks, a BOV, Radial Scrubber, or Shearwater Petrol computer. We are an ISC Dealer so feel free to give us a call and we can answer any questions or purchasing options. Also check out the BUILD A MEG on the ISC Website to see what your options are!

How much does rebreather training cost?

The Megalodon CCR training costs $2000 usd plus your expenses and the instructor expenses will be split between all students (typically $250 each). It’s a minimum of  5 days but can be up to 7 days long.  You may be able to find classes that are a bit cheaper and faster, but at the end of our course you will be well prepared for real world diving.  The more time we spend together training on the Meg the more confident you will become as a CCR diver knowing more about your rebreather. Becky’s training is molded directly off of ISC’s owner Leon Scamahorn’s class structure, and it is truly an in depth immersion style class. Feel free to talk to any of our past students to get an idea of what the class will be like and Becky’s training style. We don’t believe in doing the minimum. We believe in making strong, confident, and safe CCR divers that we can continue diving with in the future!

How reliable is the Meg?

The ISC Megalodon rebreather is a battle tested machine!  Becky has been diving it in remote locations all over the world for 8 years, and it has kept her in business continuously!  Becky & Dave count on the Meg when shooting for clients, and it has not disappointed.

The Meg also has a counterpart, the Mk-28, Mod 0, which is the first mixed gas rebreather in 30 years to be approved by the US Navy!  Both the Meg and the Mk-28 have undergone serious testing!

The Megalodon is not only the approved unit for the NAVY, it’s also used by NOAA, the FBI and has a CE rating.

Not only that, but can any other manufacturer’s rebreather do this?  Watch this video and decide for yourself!

What are the ISC Megalodon & Pathfinder Training Prerequisites?

Prerequisites:

  • Must be over 18 years old
  • Certified in Advanced Nitrox from a recognized training agency (We can combine both courses if needed)
  • Experienced diver (100 dives recommended)
  • Be proficient in all basic diving skills
  • Experience using at least one stage cylinder
  • Technical Diving Experience preferred and is extremely helpful.
How can I see a Meg or Pathfinder up close?

Just give us a call or email!  We are more than happy to go over the inner-workings and let you play with a Meg or Pathfinder! We have several demo dive days throughout the year as well.  You can also find us at certain dive shows like Beneath the Sea in March and several other shows around the USA and Internationally each year. We also do a big DEMO day at Dutch Springs in Pennsylvania every Memorial day weekend.

How does the Meg travel?

The Meg cave and mini canisters along with the Pathfinder may be placed into the overhead of the aircraft or broken up into pieces for ease of weight distribution and handling. You get use cylinders at your destination.

How Long is the TDI Megalodon Rebreather Class?

My typical rebreather course is 6 days long. A standard schedule is:

 

Day 1- 9am-6pm  Academics

Day 2- 9am-6pm  Academics, set up units, begin some exams

Day 3 – 8am-6pm  Learn in water skills, confined water, break down, set up for next day

Day 4- 8am-6pm Dives 1 & 2 (make equipment adjustments)

Day 5- 8am-6pm Dives 3 & 4

Day 6- 8am-5pm Dives 5 -7,  finish  exams