TekCamp 2018: Day 4 Review

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Day 4! Summed up in one word, ‘epic’

Everyone is tired and the weather declined somewhat, but that didn’t mean the instructors and support divers weren’t gonna give it one more big push!

Day 4 saw some truly epic in water moments, the famous Brown Hawk Down scenario, photogrammetry sessions with a wheelie bin, more complex nav and people going for seconds on CCR try dives, some of which were definitely hooked.

Mark Powell had an interesting little lunch time talk about staying alive and in water hypoxia, always a cheerful subject haha but non the less certainly insightful and valuable.

The new format was a great success and I believe it might be possible for the event to be run annually again but we’ll have to see what the powers that be decide.

I for one can’t wait till the next one.


For more information on TekCamp please visit their website by clicking here.

To find out about Vobster Quay, visit their website by clicking here.

Olivier Van Overbeek

Olivier Van Overbeek

Oli started diving in 1998 on holiday in the south of France, where he instantly fell in love with the underwater world. He started his training in Holland with the NOB, then transitioned to BSAC after moving to the UK South coast in 2000, and eventually joined PADI in 2009. After joining RAID in 2014 he started working with, and learning with Paul Toomer directly, and in 2015 joined the first RAID IT program. He’s a Recreational and Technical IT, as well as a Sentinel CCR Instructor. He’s a test diver for various manufacturers, and a technical consultant and course author for dive RAID International. Oli currently co-runs Diving Matrix and provides dive training in the UK, Malta and mainland Europe.

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