TDI Diver News

Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover

Throughout this text we will outline examples of reverse age discrimination* and its effects on the dive community.

 

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Not All Tech Divers Are A**holes

The dive industry is just like any other: there are complete and utter a**holes that you will have to deal with.

 

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Don’t Be Intimidated By Tech Diving

Sport and technical diving have differences, such as going deeper and staying longer. Most people who are curious or want to technical dive shouldn’t be discouraged by bad attitudes.

 

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Don’t Dive Cold When You Don’t Have To

The Navy’s Experimental Diving Unit questions the conventional wisdom that cold at depth increases the risk of decompression illness.

 

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How Full Face Masks Benefit Tech Divers

Integrating a full-face mask into your equipment kit while technical diving can have enormous benefits in terms of safety and communication. It is very important you seek the proper training when using FFM for technical diving.

 

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The World’s Best Wreck Dive Is…

TDI asked 3 accomplished divers what they thought was the world’s best wreck dive, and here is what we they said.

 

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Holiday Gift Ideas for Divers

Holiday shopping for the scuba divers in your life is nothing to panic over. With so many fun gadgets to choose from, it’s practically impossible to go wrong.

 

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A Passion for Exploration

Nathalie Lasselin is an award winning filmmaker, a TDI Cave and Technical Instructor, and she has dove and filmed in over 40 countries, always striving to explore, document and protect the mysterious underground world.

 

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A Dive Collaboration: The Mission “Keep’em Wet”

Our latest Technical Diving Workshop was hosted at Blue Stone Resort/Quarry in Thomasville, North Carolina.

 

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TDI’s John Garvin Goes Hollywood

TDI’s own John Garvin was an instrumental part of James Cameron’s Deepsea Challenge 3D.

 

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