St. Croix Tec Diving
WE ARE CURRENTLY NOT DOING ANY TECHNICAL DIVE TRAINING.
WE FULLY SUPPORT TECHNICAL DIVING FOR THOSE WHO HAVE ALREADY BEEN
TRAINED AND WILL BE BACK IN THE TECHNICAL DIVE TRAINING BUSINESS AGAIN SOON.
When deep just isn’t deep enough.
Ever looked down a wall and thought I wonder whats down there?
Or been on a wreck and REALLY wanted to go check out the engine room, but it was beyond recreational limits?
Or maybe you’ve been down on a wreck or wall and really wanted to stay a little longer, but your computer said NO?
Well, what if those limits no longer applied to you?
on St. Croix can take you there!
What is Technical diving?
- Diving beyond 130 feet deep
- Required stage decompression
- Diving in an overhead environment beyond 130 linear feet of the surface
- Accelerated decompression and or the use of variable gas mixtures during the dive.
Because in technical diving the surface is effectively inaccessible in an emergency, tec divers use extensive methodologies and technologies and training to manage the added risks.
Even with these, however, tec diving admittedly has more risk, potential hazard and shorter critical error chains than does recreational scuba diving.
St Croix is a wonderful site for technical scuba diving because of its walls and of course its warm, clear, blue Caribbean waters.
If you’ve ever wondered just how quiet a rebreather dive can be you can try it on St. Croix.