Tec-Diving

Here you will find  informations about technical diving, technical dive sites and technical diving courses.

Nitrox diving

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Trimix diving

Is it not fascinating to dive at a wreck that could show you the past? Often when you dive at the wreck you can see history and sense the presence of the elapsed time! Trimix is a breathing gas, consisting of oxygen, helium and nitrogen, and is often used in deep diving and during the …

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Rebreather diving

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Tec-Diving Courses

. . CMAS Courses CMAS Nitrox Advanced This course allows for longer dives with a preplanned decompression. By using Nitrox for the ascend, the deco-time can be significantly shortened. The goal of this course is to allow the participant to safely plan and perform decompression-dives with two Nitrox mixtures and one breathing gas change. Requirements: …

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Dive sites for Tec-Diving

  Dubrovnik Osejava Brač Deep Wall Vruja deep canyon Ramova B24  . ” template=”/home/diving/public_html/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/ngglegacy/view/gallery-caption.php” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]“Dubrovnik” GPS: 43°04′N 17°04′E Approximately two and a half hours by boat from Tučepi, between the island Hvar and the peninsula Pelješac, lies the wreck of the steamboat Dubrovnik. The ship operated during WW I under the flag …

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