Technical diving is no easy feat, but it is a challenge that is highly rewarding and well worth the time spent learning the skills. Technical divers have the opportunity to see untouched spots that are beyond 40 meters (130 feet) deep and embark on unique expeditions. Take a look at […]Read more ›
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Continued Education and Diving Deeper It feels like a life time ago, but only 10 months have passed since I was just your average Advanced Openwater Diver looking to progress their diving. Now as I sit here and type this my thoughts are already on my next trip to finish […]Read more ›
Scuba divers get to explore parts of the world that most people will never have the opportunity of seeing other than maybe in a documentary. But even divers are sometimes limited to where they can go and what they can see. PADI TecRec courses can open up opportunities to experience […]Read more ›
Diving Rebreathers Guest Blogger:Vikki Batten I have been a recreational rebreather diver for three years now, but I have been a technical CCR diver since 1999! Like many of the “old guard” I started rebreather diving because I reached the limits of open circuit. The caves I wanted to explore […]Read more ›
Having freshly completed my recreational sidemount course and with a week of dive time still ahead of me, I decided why not take the next step and do my PADI Tec40 course. I’d already learnt and felt comfortable with gas management on my sidemount course and with these skills still fresh in […]Read more ›
I don’t want to be a Tec Diver so what can Tec Diving do for me? Guest Blogger: Vikki Batten If you love to dive on reefs, take photos, enjoy diving in the sunlight bathed shallows or just want to enjoy easy relaxed diving you may think Tec Diving has […]Read more ›