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Destination at a Glance

Location
Molnar Janos Cave, Budapest, Hungary
Date of latest visit
2/2016
What is there to see underwater?
- Caverns or caves
- Serious caves

Diving Gear

What kinds of tanks are normally used?
Steel
Is the area rebreather friendly?
Yes
What gear can be rented in the area?
- Technical tanks
- Rebreather tanks
What is the standard configuration of the tanks for this area?
- Twins/Doubles
- Rebreather
What deco tanks available (if any)?
- 5.5 L
- 11/12 L
Additional notes regarding diving conditions
No sidemount diving

Diving conditions

Standard maximum depth for dives in this area
18-40m
Minimum water temperature on your dives (C)
20
Maximum water temperature on your dives (C)
28
Any currents?
Hardly any currents
Air temperature during the gear assembly and after dives (C)
22
Can weather be a problem in that area?
Unlikely, diving operation doesn't depend on weather
What is the standard bottom gas?
- Air
- Nitrox 32x
And how long are decompression periods (if any)?
- No decompression dives
- Less than 10min
How do divers enter water?
- Giant stride
Where is the gear usually assembled?
- on land
Is there anyone to help the divers (based on your experience)?
Fellow divers or boat crew can usually help when needed

Diving Day

How to get to the dive shops or places the gear is kept?
- Divers get there themselves
How do divers usually get to the divesites?
- Divesite is on the spot
Is it easy to find guides and buddies?
- Dive operators normally organize groups and appoint the guide
Is it realistic to dive without a guide?
It's either impossible or requires a lot of effort
Is solo diving allowed?
It is prohibited
Where is the closest decompression chamber?
< 2h
How does insurance coverage work?
DAN or other international insurances work well
How much (roughly) would a typical dive cost (incl tanks/weights rental, boat ride if necessary, all gases and the guide if needed)?
< 100 USD
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