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Sidemount Technical Wreck Diving Subic Bay Philippines

Core Overhead Environment Diving Skills A collection of video tutorials from the web –  depicting key skills for overhead environment diving in wrecks and caves. For information only. Please get properly trained before attempting to enter shipwrecks! I will update this blog entry with more videos and features as I find them… if you have […]

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A Guide to Modern Sidemount Diving by Andy Davis 1. What is and isn’t Sidemount Diving? Sidemount Diving Sidemount diving is the, now increasingly formalized, approach towards conducting dives with 2 or more primary cylinders secured at the side of the body and in line with the torso – with no cylinders on the diver’s […]

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Landing Ship Tank (LST) Video – Subic Bay A nice video taken on the Landing Ship Tank, by a friend Mathew Payne when he was visiting and diving in Subic Bay. Landing Ship, Tank (LST) was the military designation for naval vessels designed during World War II to support amphibious and landing operations.   They were […]

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Landing Craft Tank (LCT) Wreck – Subic Bay, Philippines This is a lovely wreck in Subic Bay, perfect of novice divers and wreck enthusiasts.  Locally known as the “LCU” (Landing Craft Utility) it was incorrectly identified at some point in the past – but the name endures, despite the correct designation being Landing Craft Tank (LCT). The […]

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The Subic Bay Story A series of 4 videos detailing the development of Subic Bay following the Mt Pinatubo eruption and the closure of the US Navy base in 1991. x x x

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Sidemount Wreck Diving Course Subic Bay, Philippines Congratulations to Firdaus Kapadia and Tim Mathieson for completing the dual Sidemount Wreck Diving course in Subic Bay, Philippines. Run over a total of 5 days, Firdaus and Tim completed a total of 10 dives to achieve PADI certification in both sidemount and wreck diving, having completed many […]

PADI Sidemount Diver Course   – Promo Teaser Video Sidemount Diving is a ground-breaking new approach for streamlined, convenient & safe diving, at both recreational and technical levels.  It is time that you learned more about the fastest-growing revolution in scuba diving… Sidemount training provides a structured approach for recreational and technical divers who wish […]

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VIDEO – DIVING THE LST SUBIC BAY WRECKS This video, by Mathew Payne, is one of the  nicer insights into the LST wreck available on Youtube.   One of the premier Subic Bay wrecks, the Landing Ship Tank (LST) is a phenomenal dive for those with experience to dive safely below 30m/100ft. Following the end […]

Sidemount Technical Wreck Diving Subic Bay Philippines

Technical Wreck Exploration of the USS New York, Subic Bay I thought I’d share this lovely series of videos, which document a series of technical wreck penetrations on the USS New York. Having spent the last 4 years progressively exploring the depths of this wreck, I very much enjoyed the footage and voice-over presented in […]

Sidemount Technical Wreck Diving Subic Bay Philippines

UNDER THREAT – THE WRECKS OF SUBIC BAY This article was published by Dive Magazine, it’s a little bit out-of-date now, but the issue of illegal salvage from the Subic Bay wrecks persists – with several wrecks (USS New York and San Quentin) closed to divers for a short time during 2012 because of illegal […]