Tag Archive: tec
Technical Diving Skills – Reaching Your Valves This article, posted at DiveDIR, gives great advice on how to reach your valves when conducting valve shutdown procedures. It’s the most comprehensive analysis of this key skill attribute that I’ve read to date. They call it the ‘ultimate guide’… it really is! Direct Link: http://www.divedir.com/Drills-and-Skills/valve-drills-the-ultimate-guide.html Sample: Reaching Your […]
Technical Diving Skills – Valve Shutdown Drill Explained This article, posted at Dive DIR, provides a very clear explanation of valve shutdown drills for isolated manifold doubles/twinset cylinders. Great reading, if you are thinking about technical diving or just doing recreational scuba dives with doubles cylinders. A sample: Tuesday, 02 November 2010 17:39 This article […]
Prepare Yourself For Technical Diving by Andy Davis Technical diving is increasingly becoming more mainstream as a diving activity; that is a good thing. Many more divers are now opting to pursue tech training as a means to increase the range of their potential diving and enjoy new experiences in their favourite hobby. However, many […]
New xDeep Sidemount Systems Rec and Tec Versions XDeep sidemount, manufacturer of the hugely popular ‘Stealth 2.o’ sidemount BCD has announced the released of two new sidemount systems in the near future. These will be the ‘Stealth Rec’ and the ‘Stealth Tec’. Both wings can be integrated onto the existing Stealth harness. Many thanks […]
New Sidemount Diving Philippines Trailer Not for those with a nervous disposition – sidemount diving Philippines….
Diving the Showa L2D ‘Tabby’ Wreck – Subic Bay, Philippines This week I took several newly graduated technical divers onto an unidentified aircraft wreck in Subic Bay. Within a short time of descending on the first dive, it seemed very likely that the wreck was some variant of a C-47 Skytrain (DC-3 Dakota). The wreck lies […]
TecRec Technical Diving Log Book Page Insert Click on the link below to open a PDF copy of the TecRec log-book insert. Save and print… hey presto!…. you can now log your technical dives! TecRec Technical Diving Log Book Insert