Tec divers are often on the cutting edge when it comes to advanced equipment, and recreational wreck divers can reap the benefits with a few key pieces of gear.
If you find it difficult to choose between vibrant reefs or wrecks, macro photo opportunities or encounters with the big guys, in Utila, you won’t have to.
We all know (or we should know) the value of a drysuit or nitrox certification, but there are so many other great specialty courses on offer for divers. Here are a few of the best.
All mountain climbers know about Everest, K2 and Kilimanjaro, but most climbers spend years scaling summits in a more intermediate range, building their experience. Similarly, while most divers have heard of famous (and dangerous) tec-diving sites such as the Andrea Doria and HMHS Britannic shipwrecks, few will ever visit these sites. But tec diving doesn’t have to be extreme: there are many great destinations well within the reach of the everyday tec diver.