Altitude diving is awesome! Seeing what’s under the lakes that nestle within our mountains is something that not a lot of people achieve… get in touch to experience this…
Diving at night, no ambient light, a whole new world of exploration opens up to you. If you haven’t tried it, get in touch and lets make it happen!
The Solo Diver course stresses proper dive planning, personal limitations, and accident prevention, as well as the benefits, hazards, and proper procedures for diving solo.
The purpose of the SDI Altitude Diver Course is to acquaint a diver with the necessary procedures and knowledge to dive safely at altitudes at least 300 metres/1000 feet above sea level.
After the completion of this course, a diver will be better able to discover, explore, and appreciate the underwater environment by using research techniques and better preserve and protect the underwater environment.
The purpose of this course is to acquaint the open water diver with the procedures, techniques, and potential hazards associated with diving at night, or in limited visibility.
Nitrox is a breathing gas that has a lot of benefits for both new and experienced divers. This course will cover the use of nitrox mixtures from 22 to 40 percent oxygen.
Full face mask diving allows the diver to relax and enjoy diving while not worrying about maintaining the second stage regulator.
Search and Recovery divers can be very useful, we recovered a 24ct gold wedding ring from Romney Lock on the River Thames, learn how to do it yourselves.
Recently I’ve been quite busy running diver training courses, mountaineering guiding, some dive club events as well as being a father and partner! September thankfully has been full of busy times. As such I’ve not really updated the stuff we’ve been doing so here’s a quick catch up; I started an IANTD Advanced Recreational TrimixContinue reading “September Roundup”