Wreck diving in Barbados is a fascinating specialty that appeals to a wide range of divers. Whether searching for artifacts on a ship that sank decades or even centuries ago or diving on a ship that was recently sunk as an artificial reef, to get the most out of your dives and to do so safely requires training.
Diving on wrecks is somewhat unique in that each diver can decide to what level they would like to "wreck dive" and then train accordingly. Some divers are interested in viewing the exterior of the wreck and the marine life that they attract. Others want to explore deep inside the wreck.
One of the great things about wreck diver training is that from the very first dive, training takes place on a wreck. One can work their way up through the courses while enjoying doing wreck dives at their current level of certification.
The Technical Wreck Certification course adds the use of decompression profiles, Nitrox and accelerated decompression profiles to the Advanced Wreck Diver curriculum.
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