What is it?
Technical diving is generally described as diving beyond the limits of recreational diving. This description includes diving deeper than 40m and/or diving long enough to require decompression stops. Technical diving requires specialized equipment which is different from the equipment used by recreational divers….equipment such as multiple cylinders, rebreathers, and backups for absolutely everything. Extremely advanced training is needed for a diver to enjoy tech diving safely.
Why do it?
As an advanced diver you may want to continue your education beyond the recreational level. Technical training expands your knowledge of dive theory – including but not limited to decompression theory, human anatomy, oxygen, equipment and techniques.
By taking a technical diving course, you are learning the safest way to fully explore the depths of world class sites such as Hin Daeng or Koh Haa. Spend longer underwater and dive to greater depths – and when the course is finished, take away your knowledge and experience and use them to safely explore the depths in other oceans, other sites.
We recognize certifications from TDI, IANTD and other technical diving organizations. We also offer guided technical dives to Hin Daeng, Hin Muang, Koh Haa and the King Cruiser Wreck.
Our tech Instructor has taught recreational diving for 10 years. He has been an active Tech Instructor for few years and has taugh in many country around the world. You will be able to learn all your DSAT course in English or French.