Congratulations to 4 thrill-seeking ladies, Samantha Patterson-Ross, Rachael Fallon, Andrea Payne and Leah Hurley who have recently become the first female PADI Explorer Rebreather Instructors in Australia! Under the expert instruction of PADI Course Directors, Peter Letts and Jamie Miller and using the Hollis Explorer Sports Rebreather, (a hybrid semi-closed rebreather) […]Read more ›
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2015 Marks 12th Year of Event that Draws “Silent Diving” Enthusiasts from Around the World. Known for amazing wall dives, beautiful coral reefs and visibility that often seems infinite, the Cayman Islands offer some of the best scuba diving in the Caribbean. Divetech is welcoming technical divers and industry manufacturers […]Read more ›
Rebreathers used to just be for technical divers and the military, but all of that’s changed. Thanks to newer, user-friendly designs, now recreational divers can use rebreathers as well with many divers finding they actually prefer rebreathers to open-circuit units because of the following benefits: Very little to no bubbles: How […]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 ›
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 ›