Xavier, and Jay
On January 28th @6pm
for a Technical Diving Presentation
Technical Diving — Beyond the Limits of Recreational Diving
More and more divers are asking us about Technical Diving. In response to this growing demand, and to serve you better, our shop is working with 2 Instructors specialized in Tech Diving. They will be giving a presentation about Technical Diving and answering any questions you may have.
Until recently, if you wanted to get quality instruction in Technical Diving, you had to travel out of state. Now, with our new Technical Diving Program, we can offer you first class Technical Diving instruction, right here at our shop. All the classes can be done Sidemount, Backmount or both.
Tech Diving takes you where very few people have been or will ever go. It is a very rewarding and challenging sport that can be affordable. It is split into progressive levels, according to the level of training you want to reach. This makes it even more affordable.
Technical Diving allows you to expand your diving to new horizons including Wreck diving, Deep diving, Cave diving, Search and Recovery, Expedition diving, etc., or simply because you are passionate about diving and you want to take it to the next level…
Now, you can dive where ever, when ever, to any depth, for as long as you want. You will have no limits!
If you are certified as an Open Water Diver, you can get trained and become a Technical Diver.
We will be having a FREE presentation on Technical Diving here at the shop on January 28th. There will be a demonstration of gear configurations and you will find out what classes will be available to you. We will be providing food and beverages. Come and join the fun and have all your Technical Diver questions answered.
Dive with no limits — Expand your horizon — Become a Technical Diver
PS: Technical diving can be learned in Backmout or Sidemount. Sidemount equipment configuration facilitates “spot on” buoyancy within minutes and results in a more streamline profile. It facilitates water entry/exit, because the diver has to carry only 1 tank at a time instead of 2. Sidemount diving is becoming the preferred equipment configuration for extended range dives, cave dives, and deep exploration dives.