Maldives gets first ENOS system


Maldives gets first ENOS system

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The DivePoint dive-centre on Rannalhi in South Male atoll has become the first Maldives operation to invest in ENOS, the electronic rescue and locating system for divers.

Owner Marcus Hauck purchased a SeaReq ENOS receiver which is portable so can be moved between boats.

With antennae mounted on top of a diving dohni, his crew is enabled to receive alerts over long distances should the sometimes strong currents or sudden weather changes characteristic of the Maldives result in a diver separation.

The crew have been personally trained by Karl Hansmann, owner of the manufacturer Seareq, which was established in 2003, and inventor of the ENOS system.

The DivePoint dive-centre is attached to the Adaaran Club Rannalhi.

1 June 2020



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