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Book Review: Lake Erie Technical Wreck Diving Guide by Erik A Petkovic Sr

In many ways the title doesn’t – and perhaps can’t – really do this book full justice. This is so much more than a technical...

BCD Solutions for the Slight

The second in a series of three excerpts from Simon’s new book: Scuba Exceptional… Many people, especially those of a smaller build, are frustrated because...

Being Horizontal… ‘Cave Trim’ – the elusive goal

Watch a group of well-trained divers in the water — especially cave divers or technical divers — and you’ll notice they look a little different...

Diving under the ice

I have Air but I can’t Breathe…

Technical Wreck Diving in Northeast Brazil

Death in Number Two Shaft – now available

Wreck & Decompression Diving In Norway

Overhead Environments: Cave vs. Advanced Wreck

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International Training

From its humble beginning in 1994 to today, the group of training agencies Scuba Diving International (SDI), Technical Diving International (TDI), and Emergency Response Diving International (ERDI) form one of the largest diving certification agencies in the World – International...

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Mike Van Splunteren

Mike took his first breath underwater more then 25 years ago after discovering diving during a two year period in the Army. Teaching is the thing he likes most about scuba diving, learning new things and transmitting them to his...

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Phil Short

Phil Short started diving in 1990 and has been a diving professional in the Recreational, Technical, Media and Scientific Diving communities ever since. Phil has logged over 6000 dives, with over 3500 hours on multiple CCR Platforms. Phil is an...