Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be an underwater archaeologist? We were blown away by the amount of work that goes into one excavation trip. Learn more about all that goes into a trip to the Antikythera Wreck.
TDI Diver News
While it might seem obvious, do you know the differences and similarities of cave diving and advanced wreck diving? To call them the same but different would be an understatement. Both very worth the training to experience their unique wonders.
Do you have trouble finding or even making that perfect cave marker holder? We’re sharing the step-by-step instructions on three different ways to craft a line marker holder. So pull together your supplies and you’ll be on your way to a new line marker holder that suits your needs.
Do you always plan for the worst and hope for the best? In tech diving, we talk extensively about dive planning and redundancy, but do you truly live by it? What happens when you’re in a cave and something goes wrong? Read along with this incident report to see how one guide handled a CO2 hit in a cave.
Do you consider all factors when you see a story or report about someone “breaking the rules?” Do you think about the rule itself? The individual who broke that “rule” and their reasoning for their actions? And finally do you think about the situational factor of what may have been happening at the time? Gareth Lock will give you an in-depth look at these three things to break down why divers break the rules from time to time.
If technical diving has always sounded cool and now you’re ready to make the transition, learn more about what to expect from a student’s perspective and from the instructor’s perspective. It’s certainly not as easy as taking a course to become a tech diver, it’s a process that takes time and a lot of problem solving skills.
Surely this isn’t the first blog post you’ve ever read or even seen from us and you might have wondered in the past how and where we get our articles. Now we’re spilling the beans and accepting new authors for our blogs and newsletters.
Caves are mysterious and wondrous places, they take tens of thousands of years to form and only divers with proper training should enter due to their risky nature. Follow along as Jeff Bozanic recalls his thoughts through cave diving.
Few things in life go as planned or “by the book.” The same goes for diving when a stressful situation arrives, like running out of gas. Don’t believe us? Read some of these true stories about out of gas emergencies.
Decompression stops, whether simulated or actual, are an integral part of most technical diver courses. We generally associate decompression with holding on to a line while staring off into space. However, if that is all your students do during deco, you may be missing out several valuable learning opportunities.