Technical Diving

20 01 2010

When you think diving is necessary to find some information about the sport, what is best for each type of person before venturing out.

Through the website Technical Diving was possible to understand what is technical diving. Below is an excerpt:

Technical diving is a standard way to dive, allowing the diver trained to go beyond the traditional limits of recreational diving. With the training conducted and appropriate equipment, the diver can go deeper, get in wrecks and caves to visit flooded. This category of diving, the equipment configurations are differentiated according to the dive being performed.

To join this activity, you must complete the required courses for their training and as a diving area desired, will be providing all necessary support for the practice of Technical Diving.

Realizing their training course with us, there is no need to purchase a set of equipment for the completion of their course and training. We all teaching materials and equipment necessary for all the needs of courses.

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Types of diving

12 01 2010



Mysterious Lagoon, Jardim (MS)

There are three major classifications of divingdiving in caves, dive in open water and cave diving.

The diving in open water is the starting point for all divers and is one in which the linear access to the surface is always available – in other words, just swim up and the diver can take the head of water. The sun is always visible in this mode.

In diving in caves, on the other hand, the diver is exploring natural caves and permanent, with their roofs, but with an entry and sunlight visible. Both the open water diving and diving in caves are considered recreational activities that require licensing and training of amateur level. Divers such arrangements generally limit their dives to 40 meters.

The cave diving differs from the other two methods because it is a form of technical diving, and not recreation. It requires specialized equipment, several years of training and qualification. Professionals emphasize the continuing need for equipment and physical fitness of first line.