blue o two: let’s get technical

New itinerary offers tech training in the Red Sea

Author: Pat
12th June 2012
 

Picture of a technical diver in the Red Sea

You can now get a technical diving qualification whilst on holiday, thanks to a new itinerary from blue o two.

Sign up for the course… holiday… er, course-holiday-thingy, and you can cover the PADI Tec Deep level cert – TEC 40, TEC 45 and TEC 50 modules one after the other.

tech certified by week’s end

By week’s end, divers are certified to dive past recreational to technical depths and conduct decompression profiles without supervision.

The course also covers nitrox, pure O2 deco and proper planning with decompression software. Blue o two supplies everything needed, from gas blends, to instructors, to big comfy liveaboard boats.

And for those already certified, the British-based operator is also offering a new technical diving excursion.

Called ‘RedTec: Technical trip 40m+’, the itinerary is overseen by Diving Matrix, Paul Toomer’s outfit. (He’s an SSI technical dive instructor of repute based here in the UK.)

Nathan Tyler of blue o two said: “Divers are an inquisitive breed, always looking for a new challenge and the next adventure.

“We have, and always will try to facilitate this and our most recent step is offering technical training in a safe environment with an experienced team on board our Red Sea liveaboard fleet.”

For more details or to sign up for technical dive training in the Red Sea, check out www.blueotwo.com/Technical-Diving

 
 
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