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Saturday, May 13th, 2006 What have you enjoyed to date about cave diving? Friday, May 12th, 2006 As most of you already know the trip to Mexico 2006 was a success despite the fact that my main divebuddy for the last 12+ years failed to show. http://www.divesafety.net/Playa2006.html Mikes trip report is most descriptive: http://scuba.ecoserve.net/divelogs/PlayaDelCarmen2006/playa2006.htm and […]

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Deep Diver

Purpose designed to provide responsible training to divers who plan to dive to a maximum of 130 fsw (39 msw) on air.The IANTD Deep Diver Program trains divers in skills, performance, theory and planning of deep dives. This Program remains within the commonly practiced depth of 130 fsw (39 msw), and is the first sanctioned

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The Yucatan has grown by leaps and bounds. When we first arrived about 16 years ago there was little more than the ferry landing, a small military outpost the bus station and one hotel / restaurant  in Playa. The famous 5th Ave with all of its shops was in place for the tourists, but that

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Timer, Depth Gauge or computer w/ backups cutting devices (no leg mounted knives) I recommend trauma shears. 1 Primary Reel with 300 to 400 ft. of line 1 Safety Reel (only required for; Cavern, Cave, Wreck) additional clips, bungee chord, surgical tubing, electric tie wraps and duct tape will be needed for modifications and retaining

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The basic Nitrox program is designed to provide Sport Divers with a safer breathing medium for enjoying dives in the 40 to 130 fsw depth ranges.The diver may elect to dive the “mix” with a nitrox computer,  EANx tables, or dive conservatively using air computers or air tables.The EANx Diver qualification may be taught as

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TDI courses

TDI CoursesTechnical Diving International This is the entry level certification course for recreational divers benefits, hazards and proper procedures for utilizing EAN 21 through 100% (oxygen) for dives not requiring staged decompression conduct advanced wreck dives, penetration skills and techniques are covered. theory, methods and procedures of planned stage decompression diving for dives up to

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