Tec Diving

Technical diving is defined by strategically exceeding recreational dive limits.  Recreational dive limits include, a maximum depth of 130' (with proper training), direct access to the surface (no overhead environments) as well as not exceeding your No Decompression Limits of either your dive computer or your dive tables.  As you begin to explore whether or not technical diving is something you wish to undertake, there are many things to consider.  What is your goal?  Is it more time at recreational depths?  Is it deeper dive sites not accessible in the recreational zone? Are you just looking for a new challenge in your scuba career?   At Blue Crew Divers we have two Tec Trimix Instructor Trainers who have extensive experience not only teaching Tec, but more importantly executing technical dives in a wide variety of locations and environments. 

When your're ready to explore the deeper longer dives, check out the classes below for information regarding the steps in the Tec Diving proicess, we'll begin with some basic introduction followed By PADI Tec 40, PADI Tec 45, PADI Tec 50 and ultimtaley if it suits you, we'll go through the PADI Tec 65 and Trimix programs.  Currently we only offer the open circuit versions of these courses, if your interested in Rebreather Diving, give us a call and we can send you in the right direction.  

Enrolling in technical diving courses is a big decision, and we like to have a full information session with you before you start.  Reach out to us to schedule that information session to begin this process. 

Click one each of these links below for more specific information regarding each course. 

Tec 40   Tec 45  Tec 50  Tec 65  Tec Trimix