Category Archives: #tekdivings

OCEANIC CYANEA MASK

TRULY WORTHY OF ENVY Technology and innovation are behind this minimalist frame and oversized lens, providing style, comfort and peripheral vision truly worthy of envy. Ultra clear liquid silicone Superior ultra-clear optical glass Wide field of vision Trouble free buckles Double feathered edge super-soft liquid silicone skirt with stability ridges UV & chlorine resistant elastic […]

ADVANCED OPEN WATER COURSE

You don’t have to be “advanced” to take the PADI Advanced Open Water Course. You see it’s designed to advance your diving, so you can start right after earning your PADI Open Water Diver certification. The course helps build confidence and expand your scuba skills through different Adventure Dives. You try out different specialties while […]

GOING DEEPER

PADI DEEP DIVER SPECIALITY COURSE  After exploring the wonders of the underwater world for a while, you get a bit curious to see what lies below when you go even deeper! There are things mysterious and exciting that attracts us to the deep. This is especially handy if you would like to visit a specific […]

Apeks RK3 fins

APEKS RK3 FINS The Apeks RK3 is designed by Apeks in collaboration with the US military and are known for their outstanding performance and reliability. The Apeks RK3 is a rugged thermoplastic fin featuring an over-sized foot pocket to accommodate drysuit boots and a spring strap for easy donning and doffing. The RK3 is available […]

OUR Transport

Given our location diving generally involves a lot of traveling for us, so we have it down to an art. Between our custom built trailer and two mini-busses we’ll get you there in style.  The Busses: Because safety is our number one priority, in and out of the water, our Hyundai H1 and Volkswagen T6 […]

Technical Diving. Too much, Too Soon?

By Patrick Voorma My first introduction to technical diving was in 2006 when a group of rebreather and Open Circuit divers booked a series of dives on some of the 60m wrecks off Durban. On that particular trip I was the skipper on one of the dive boats. I was fascinated by the equipment and […]