IntroductionThis unique class is designed to share the essential principles of diving with a Scooter, or Diver Propulsion Vehicle. The class reviews the critical skills that apply when operating a scooter in recreational realms. This is an excellent class, no matter which type of scooter or DPV you use. You will learn not only how to correctly operate a scooter but also basic maintenance and simple repairs.In addition to simply sharing the FUN of scooter/DPV diving, the Scooter 1 class…See More
UTD’s Trimix Diver program, like the Tech diver program, is also a two-step process, consisting of Trimix 1 and Trimix 2. This building block concept adds depth and complexty in small steps, building on a the Techncial Diver’s existing skills. A student may take these classes individually, allowing time between to gain experience, or may combine them into one 6-day class if prepared. By the completion of Trimix 2, a diver is qualified to 250’/75m using all standardized bottom and decompression…See More
One day, my Intro To Tech instructor, Andrea Cappa, sent me an e-mail, telling about the UTD technical week in Porto Ercole with the possibility to attend UTD Tech 1-2 course, with N. Touissant as instructor. It was a long time I was waiting for my first trimix course, and I was really excited, finally my will of becoming a real technical diver was becoming true!The first step was to join Technical Diver on-line class. I already knew the structure of UTD on-line class (I passed Intro to Tech),…See More
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