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tec diving - explore your limits!
In recreational diving you are taught to observe a set of limits which means that you dive without being obliged to make any decompression stops on the way to the surface. Technical diving allows you to go beyond the recreational limits.
If you have the desire to explore deeper or simply want to stay longer at depth then you must undertake training to acquire the knowledge and master the skills and techniques to keep you safe! We offer courses which allow you to try technical diving, take your first steps or continue your training.
Technical diving is not for everyone and requires a certain mindset, discipline and commitment. It’s not necessarily a natural progression and many accomplished divers never choose this route.
Our technical trainers have amassed some great experience diving the deep ship wrecks in the Gulf of Thailand and Egypt too. This is some of the hardest and intense dive training you will ever take, it will give you a new respect for diving and broaden your knowledge and experience immeasurably.
tec diving liveaboards
Master Divers has always enjoyed a long standing relationship with the tec diving community and it’s always been a base of operations for the technical diving liveaboards. The original founders were true deep water explorers and it’s how Ayesha and Wilco first encountered Master Divers. The team set out to explore The Gulf of Thailand with the goal of discovering long lost ship wrecks. To their credit, in less than three years they had discovered over 30 wrecks which had lain unseen for years. The cream of the crop was the WWII Submarine the USS Lagarto but many more lie in the depths virtually undived and ripe for exploration. You can view the schedule here and we can include trips within your training courses to give the best experience possible – contact us for package prices.
The biggest find was the USS Largarto, a WWII US Submarine lost for over 60 years. The discovery was so note worthy that many magazines wanted her story within their pages. Ayesha has been responsible for the writing and photography of the majority of features :- Lagartos Lament for Scuba Diver Australasia, Sub Vision off Koh Tao for Diver UK and she made is into Sport Divers 100 Essential Wreck Dives too.