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The diver’s cutting device is mentioned as “auxiliary accessory” during the sport diving (training) levels. The SCUBA diving marketing is offering us a wide options of tools of various sizes and shapes, made of steel or titanium Sport Divers tend to attach the cutting device (knife, eezycut, scissors etc) in various places (BCD, body – … Continue reading Cutting diving tools in overhead environment – wrecks
Wreck diving is one its kind. You dive, see and learn history, you explore places seen by just a limited number of divers, and you experience something “cool”. Not many people can have this privilege. Some wrecks are accessible in the recreational diving range; some others are reserved for experienced technical divers only. No matter … Continue reading Wreck Diving Etiquette & other matters:
TDI – Aquacorps – Gary Gentile
A question raised up over the time: why regular recreational diver (not trained for overhead environment) are willing to do a wreck penetration, even a light one, but are aware of cave penetration risks therefore they don’t do it? Why wreck is seen as a non-dangerous penetration but cavern, caves & flooded mines – yes? … Continue reading Human ignorance in wreck diving penetrations.