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With Rebreatherpro-Training it is all about technical diver training and going diving !! We are able to offer you a full range of both Open Circuit, Closed Circuit Rebreather Courses and training from beginner through to instructor.

All training for Technical Diver Courses and Rebreather Courses can be run through the diving agency of your choice, including IANTD,TDI IART, ITDA & PADI.

We are always committed to provide you with quality/affordable training, where your safety is our priority !! All training is run in small groups, so your needs are always met.

We are also able to arrange your training and course in the location of your choice, whether it is in an inland dive site like Stoney Cove, Vobster or you would prefer the warmer waters of The Red Sea, Malta or the Canary Islands.

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The top man Peter exploring the boilers of the HMS Viknor wreck in Malin He - The top man Peter exploring the boilers of the HMS Viknor wreck in Malin Head.

S/S Viknor

5.347 tons; 421x50 ft; Built by Robert Napier in 1888 as the Atrato for the Royal Mail Steam Co. Ltd.

S/S Atrato was a beautifully designed passenger ship, more resembling a luxury yacht than a liner. She was used in the service between England and the West Indies and could carry up to 280 passengers. Bought by Viking Cruising Co. Ltd. in 1912, she was renamed Viking.

At the beginning of WWI, she was requisitioned by the Admiralty, equipped with armament and renamed HMS Viknor. She was mainly used as a cruising patrol ship.

On 13th January 1915, while on patrol, she sank in heavy weather without any distress call. It was assumed that she was sunk by a mine, belonging to a minefield laid by the Germans. Not a single soul of the 295 crew was saved. Many of the bodies were washed ashore days after the sinking. Read more...
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