The Snuba dive system has 2 major components: The flotation system and the air supply system.
The flotation system consists of a custom inflatable raft with a recessed compartment in the raft keel, which houses a compressed air cylinder. The cylinder compartment is designed to allow easy operator access and rapid cylinder changes. The air cylinder location adds mass below the water line, providing added stability. The raft is inflated using a custom air inflator nozzle which is connected to the air cylinder. At the bow, the raft flies either the U.S. or international diver-down flag. The raft and diver-down flag clearly indicates the position of the raft and Snuba participants to anyone on the surface. This visibility is particularly useful to surface-support staff and is a significant safety feature in areas where boats or jet skis may be operating.
The air supply system employs a standard scuba compressed air cylinder. The Sherwood "Brut" air regulation equipment is coupled to high quality, positively buoyant air lines, which limit the dive depth to a maximum of 20 feet (6+ meters). The participants are trained to use the air lines for hand-over-hand controlled ascents to the surface. The diver wears a lightweight, quick-release harness to dissipate the forces associated with towing the raft. The tow point is located positioned between the divers shoulder blades. The design of the harness also prevents accidental removal of the regulator from the diver's mouth. Each Snuba system is designed to accommodate up to three divers.
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