TEKCamp now open to day visitors

Non-campers don’t need to miss technical get-together

Author: Pat
2nd February 2012
 

Single-day tickets for the week-long inaugural TEKCamp event have now become available.

Organisers say they have bowed to pressure and made the diving-and-camping festival open to a wider audience.

Divers who couldn’t commit to a five-day schedule of events – not to mention those who don’t camp – can now pop along for a day instead.

Each day at TEKCamp 2011 will feature informative lectures and in-water demonstrations with some of the country’s top technical divers.

Sessions have been broken down into modules, making it easier for attendees to choose their own specialised area of interest.

For just 80 quid, day visitors can opt for sessions on Rebreathers, Diver Propulsion Vehicles (DPVs), Side Mounting, Ascents and much more.

TEKCamp 2011 runs from 25 – 29th July at Vobster Quay inland site in Somerset.

 
 
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