Buoyancy Control – A Crucial Skill

Buoyancy Control – A Crucial Skill

Buoyancy control refers to the compensation of positive (rise) and negative (sink) buoyancy by a diver. The objective is to be perfectly balanced – called neutral buoyancy – in all situations, whether in motion or at rest, at any depth underwater. read more…

How tech diving got its name

How tech diving got its name

“The best way to predict the future is to invent. This is the century to be proactive about the future!” Alan Kay, Stanford Computer Forum, 1987. In the late 1980s and early 90s there were small groups of very experienced divers in the cave, wreck and open water communities venturing out beyond the “recreational sport diving limits” read more…