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IANTD Russia
IANTD Russia is based in Russia and is responsible for the following territories: Armenia,Azerbaijan Belarus Bulgaria Estonia Georgia Kazakhst
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Website: http://www.iantd-russia.org/
Address: Alee Pervoiy Mayevki str.15-1, off. 233, Moscow, Russian Federation 117395
Phone: 7-495-374-70-90
Licensee Owner: Sergei Volnukhin & Vladimir Timofeev
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IANTD Southern Africa
IANTD Southern Africa is based in South Africa and is responsible for the following territories: South Africa Mozambique Madagascar Mauritius R
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Website: http://www.iantd.co.za/
Address: PO Box 608, Badplaas, Mpumalanga 1190 South Africa
Phone: 27 82 650-2294
Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/IANTD.SA
Licensee Owner: Don & Andre Shirley
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IANTD Spain
IANTD Spain is based in Spain and is responsible for the following territories: Spain
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Website: http://www.iantdspain.com/
Address: Pol Pocomaco C9 Nave 3 La Coruna 15190, Spain
Phone: +34 667498331
Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/IANTD-Spain-249619391731483/
Licensee Owner: Victor Cordoba
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IANTD United Kingdom
IANTD United Kingdom is based in United Kingdom and is responsible for the following territories: England Scotland Wales Channel Islands Malta
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Website: http://www.iantd.uk.com/
Address: Vobster Quay, Upper Vobster, Mells, Somerset UK BA3 5SD
Phone: 01373 814 664
Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/iantduk
Licensee Owner: Martin Stanton
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International Association of Nitrox Divers, IAND, was formed in 1985 in response to the needs of the diving public. Up until that time, mixed gas diving and the use of decompression gasses was limited, in a formal way, to military and commercial divers.