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O2 Technical Diving

Geography/State: Carribbean , Turks and Caicos Islands
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Posted on: 23rd February 2005
Rating: 4.4000/5.00 (based on 5 votes)
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In September 2000, O2 Technical Diving became the first Technical Diving Training Facility in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Based at Big Blue Unlimited, O2 Technical Diving offers courses through IANTD, TDI, PADI, SDI and BSAC.

O2 Technical Diving provides the finest quality Technical Diving Instruction in the Turks and Caicos Islands. It's goal is to train students in the safe use of Nitrox, Decompression Procedures, Trimix, Rebreathers and Diver Propulsion Vehicles. It also provides unsurpassed safety support for Technical Divers visiting the Islands.

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Type of Diving at Destination:
Reef, Wreck, Cavern, Training, Shark
Facilities provided:
Cylinder Hire, Scrubber Material, Oxygen, Helium, Booster Pump, Rebreather Hire

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Members' Comments
RBW Member
Posted on: 6th August 2006

I did my Inspiration course here with Ariane. A finer more knowledgable and enthusiastic instructor, you couldn't wish to meet. I would recommend her to anyone. Her professionalism is 1st class.
Dive sites were ok, plenty of coral and life. Good vis and warm water.
New Member
Posted on: 16th February 2006

I did my normoxic trimix with Ariane and she was excellent!
New Member
Posted on: 10th February 2006

Just completed Evolution training with Ariane Allain. She was a very thorough and professional instructor. I had alot of fun and the walls were great!
New Member
Posted on: 10th December 2005

John Garvin is a very good rebreather instructor.