5 Must-Dive Wrecks in Thailand for Technical Divers

Guest Blog Written by Tim Lawrence and all images taken by Mario Guido Rossi. For some, diving vibrant coral reef walls among some of the world’s most unique marine animals can be exciting enough. However for others, technical diving in waters deeper than 30 meters/98 feet to discover untouched dive sites can be more exhilarating. If you’re a technical …

Melbourne, Australia: A Must-Visit Technical Diving Destination

Written by George Wegmann, PADI Instructor Development Consultant  Melbourne is the perfect destination for you to continue your technical diving journey. Located in Victoria, Australia this pristine diving destination is full of world-class dive sites just waiting to be explored. Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne One of Melbourne’s famous dive sites is Port Phillip Bay, also …

How to write a PADI TecRec Advanced Wreck Diver Distinctive Specialty

What was your reason to start Technical Diving? Mine was definitely wreck diving. I started recreational scuba diving in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand, where the wreck of the Rainbow Warrior rests. That’s where I decided to become a PADI Instructor in the same location, spending my days guiding divers around this historic site-turned …

Technical Wreck Diving – Don’t Get Scuttled

Article by Rich Somerset, PADI TDD Technical Consultant When we first learn to dive, we quickly come to recognise that our sport gives us the opportunity to visit sites and places that few others are privileged to see. As technical divers we have trained to take our abilities and experiences even further – technical divers …