When the design team at Sub Sea Systems envisioned the Sea Trek experience, their first priority was to create a system so safe and easy to use that even participants with little or no swimming ability would have the opportunity to safely and comfortably explore the underwater world.
With that goal in mind they set to work building a system with multiple redundant reserve air supplies based on twin compressors augmented by a series of air cylinders in addition to a safety diver program which ultimately provides for four distinct levels of back up.
The Sea Trek helmet diving system is constructed of only the highest quality marine grade components and provides three times the amount of air necessary for normal breathing. Tours are conducted in shallow water utilizing a consistent dive plan with a guide and safety diver to guest ratio unmatched in the industry.
All Sea Trek adventures are supervised by a professionally trained Sea Trek Guide, following established company standards and procedures. The Sea Trek experience includes a thorough safety briefing and is considered to be a Soft Adventure.
Movement underwater throughout the tour is benign and best described as similar to the movements of walking in space. To date more than one-half million people around the world have participated in a Sea Trek adventure without a single reported incidence of injury.