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Deep Wrecks

simonkeedeepwre

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May 16, 2011
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Singapore
www.deepwrecks.sg
Getting a little tired of cruising along at 20m taking pictures of nudis? Looking for a bit more excitement in your diving? Great! Come take a look at some wrecks with us!
We firmly believe that technical diving doesn't in any way mean riskier diving, assuming that divers are properly trained and correctly equipped. Unfortunately, it has been our experience that new technical divers don't always get the proper standard of training they need to dive safely. Frankly, technical dive training is a very serious business, and the last thing you want is an instructor who is inexperienced or willing to cut corners. Unfortunately, if you are new to the world of technical diving, you may not realize until it is too late that you instructor skipped over a few skills. For this reason it is extremely important to make sure you choose a reputable instructor for your tech training.

At DeepWrecks, we take our responsibilies as technical diving instructors very seriously, and we are extremely proud of our perfect safety record. If you are considering whether technical diving is right for you, give us a call or stop by for a chat. Tech diving certainly isn't for everyone, but if it is for you, it may be one of the most rewarding things you've ever done. Hopefully we'll see you soon on the dive deck