At Manta Tech Gili Trawangan, we pride ourselves on offering the most advanced and comprehensive technical scuba diving training (TDI courses) available. Our commitment is to ensure that every student departs fully confident in their new technical diving skills, prepared to enjoy the world of tec diving to its fullest. From the onset of each course, we focus on building core skills fundamental to technical scuba diving, progressively advancing to more challenging dives and complex scenarios. Whether you're embarking on your tec diving journey for personal enrichment or professional development, we're dedicated to guiding you towards your goals.
Our TDI scuba diving courses at Manta Tech Gili Trawangan have specific prerequisites, varying with each course level. Most entry-level courses in technical diving require the following:
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At Manta Tech Gili Trawangan, our passion extends beyond teaching technical diving; we love exploring the depths with our graduates. Our guided tech dives offer you the perfect opportunity to utilize your new tec diving certifications, gain valuable experience, and most importantly, relish the unique diving adventures that the Gilis offer. Let us accompany you on your next thrilling dive, where your technical scuba diving adventure awaits.
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Technical diving, or "tech diving," extends beyond recreational diving limits through advanced techniques and specialized equipment. Divers often use mixed gases like nitrox, trimix, or heliox to safely dive deeper and for longer periods, reducing risks like decompression sickness and nitrogen narcosis. Unlike recreational diving, which typically limits depths to 40 meters (130 feet), tech diving often involves exploring challenging environments such as caves or wrecks.
Key to tech diving is meticulous planning and the use of multiple gas sources for safety. Divers carry redundant systems, including extra regulators and dive computers, adhering to a streamlined equipment setup to enhance mobility. Decompression procedures are central to tech diving, involving calculated ascent plans with mandatory decompression stops.
Training for technical diving is rigorous, focusing on advanced buoyancy control, precise navigation, and problem-solving under pressure. This preparation is crucial for managing the psychological and physiological challenges of deeper, longer dives. Ultimately, technical diving expands divers' capabilities to explore underwater environments beyond recreational limits, emphasizing safety and risk management.