Technical diving definition from Wikipedia:
Technical diving (also referred to as tec diving or tech diving) is scuba diving that exceeds the agency-specified limits of recreational diving.
At The Dive Gurus, we believe technical diving courses have three main objectives; Explore, extend your time underwater, and most importantly improve your skill level.
Although you may have never thought about it, Technical diving can make you a better recreational diver. The introduction and basic level technical courses are not just for technical divers.
The discipline and attention to detail regarding trim, buoyancy and precision can be a challenge to your average recreational diver. Even if you never plan to dive deeper than 30m/99ft. Taking an entry-level technical diving course can transform and revolutionise your diving. You will be introduced to equipment configurations, buoyancy, finning techniques and knowledge that will expands frontiers and truly make you an aquanaut.
Regardless of the path you choose to take for Technical diving. Exploring the depths and visiting places very few people have been or simply improving your dive techniques. Give us a call or send us an email and we can discuss the options available to ensuring you become a guru too.
Luke our founder has been teaching technical diving for 20 years and is a multi Agency Instructor Trainer for Technical Diving