Advanced Wreck Diving permits full penetration into wrecks beyond the natural light zone. Our TDI Advanced Wreak course includes penetration skills and techniques at depths that shall not exceed 180 feet/55 metres. The objective is to train divers in the proper techniques, equipment requirements and hazards of wreck diving. Covering gear needs and appropriate redundancies, advanced dive planning, gas management, team management, researching wrecks and surveying them.
Decompression Procedures training covers the equipment, planning procedures, and emergency protocols required for staged decompression diving. Training permits students to competently conduct dives beyond the "no-decompression" limits, taking into account the risks linked with decompression diving and the limits of their own experience and knowledge. This extends the time in-water and certifies students to conduct deeper dives to 150ft/45m, freedoms that recreational divers aren’t able to enjoy.
Sidemount diving has recently become mainstream to the general SCUBA market. Divers who previously had to shy away from carrying heavy twin tanks, such as petite women or divers with back problems, are now able to perform technical dives due to the ease of carrying sidemount tanks to the water and donning the tanks in-water versus on land. TDI’s Sidemount course is a must for any sport diver wishing to use this increasingly popular equipment configuration.
A visual journey of a hidden paradise; Koh Tao, Thailand. Images taken from the World Wide Web.
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