When: Half a day
Price: 150 USD połowa dnia, SSD POZIOM 1, cena: 350 USD
Formularz rezerwacji

150,00 $

Includes some theory and max 6 meters deep



Freediving (free, free, diving – diving)

Diving with a held breath. During immersion, the diver does not use scuba diving, which is why freediving is often incorrectly referred to as scuba diving. This is not entirely true, because freedivers use equipment such as masks / glasses, special fins, foam / skin skins, ballast, etc.

There are reasons to believe that diving with a stopped breath is as old as humanity itself. Worldwide, along the sea coast, archaeologists have discovered numerous shellfish shells, or mounds made from shells of mussels consumed by prehistoric people, dated to 140,000 years. The oldest (dated around 5500 BC) pearl indicating underwater human activity was discovered in the south-eastern part of the Arabian Peninsula. Pervelławy occur at a depth of at least a few meters, so it is unlikely that pearls could be obtained in a way that does not require submersion.


Historical sources prove that in Greece, India, Persia and Japan, diving with a stopped breath was widely practiced already in the 5th-3rd century BC. in order to obtain seafood, sponges and pearls. It was also used in warfare, as exemplified by the removal by the Athenians of underwater dams at the entrance to the port during the siege of Syracuse in 415 BC. Divers were also used to cut the anchor ropes of ships during the siege of Tire by the army of Alexander the Great in 333 BC.

The history of sports freediving began in 1949 when Raimondo Bucher set the first official record of diving depth with stopped breath (30m). In 1961, Enzo Maiorca reached 50m. Fifteen years later, Jacques Mayol dived to a depth of 100m. The 150m barrier was defeated in 1999 by Umberto Pelizzari. The history of the depth records is closed by Herbert Nitsch, who in 2007 reached 214m. The first freediving world championships were organized in 1996 under the aida of AIDA.


Opis kursu SSI 1 – Freediving

Course Description SSI 1 – Freediving

Thank you for choosing Blackfin Freediving!!!

Whether it’s for having fun, photography, spearfishing or competition, I can guide you through your skills to focus on your needs.

It will change your life for good and make your freediving better and safer.

Freediving skills reviewed on the course:


4 hours of theory
Final written exam
2 hours of confined waters (pool conditions)
4 hours of depth training (10 to 20 meters)

Must be able to swim comfortably.

Includes freediving gear (mask, snorkel, long fins advised)

If planing to buy gear, receive our advice!!

The course includes digital materials and you can study them online or through the SSI app. The material must be read and answered before the start of the course and I will check your progress online. Please download the app!

Includes SSI Freediving level 1 Certification.

BlackFin Freediving Video

The Freediving Experience of a Lifetime!!! BlackFin Freediving!! We are not only a freediving community but a guide…

Publiée par Pepe Salcedo sur Mercredi 20 juin 2018

Zatopiony statek:

Shipwrecks!!!! For those who have doubts about this. Freediving is a sport in which knowledge is as important as skills. Safety is first met in knowledge and afterwards in skills. In the same way rock climbing can be fatal, freediving has it’s rules for it to be perfectly safe. Mostly, never freedive alone, keeping one person above water and one person under, interchanging places. Always respect your surface intervals breathing and relaxing 3 times as long as you spent underwater every time. Always freedive within your limits. Never too deep, too long or to heavy. Know this limits pushing them conservatively. Sharing beautiful times with Mari Delgado Apnea Cozumel Pamela Castellanos Trista Fontana Freediver Vero Encinales Luis Herrera!! Blackfin Freediving Team!!!

Publiée par Pepe Salcedo sur Jeudi 10 mai 2018

tv story tv azteca:

@blackfinfreediving!! Sharing passion !!! Gracias a todos los que comparten esta magia conmigo y los que me echan porras…

Publiée par Pepe Salcedo sur Lundi 5 mars 2018