Today was the first day of a decompression course that I’m running at Vobster Quay inland dive site. The weather was miserable but we were getting wet anyway so that didn’t bother us. We started the day talking through cylinder setup, analysing, labelling, deployment and re-stowing it. This was a good session where if weContinue reading “Accelerated decompression procedures course day1”
Today I’ve been back at Vobster Quay inland dive centre teaching a Buoyancy and trim workshop for BSAC. The aim of the course is to help develop divers and help them achieve their best buoyancy and understand the reasons why their buoyancy may not be the best. This can be due to overweighting, finning whenContinue reading “Buoyancy and Trim Workshop”
Teaching open water training course today… keeps my skills honed and develops a new breed of divers.
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.
Altitude diving is awesome! Seeing what’s in the lakes that nestle within our mountains is something that not a lot of people achieve… get in touch to experience this…
Full face mask diving allows the diver to relax and enjoy diving while not worrying about maintaining the second stage regulator.
Pembrokeshire Diving ¦ War Grave Wreck Dive ¦ MV Lucy Wreck ¦ 76yr old Dad doing handstands! Adventures with Mark vol 24
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.
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.
Get in the mountains with me, explore and have adventures as we dive the high lakes nestled between the UKs biggest peaks…