Congratulations to David and Tony !!

Congratulations to David and Tony !! Rebreatherpro-Training

Congratulations to David and Tony who completed their Mod 3 Hypoxic Full Trimix courses today on their JJ-CCR's. They have both been working very hard the last few months and completed today with a great dive on the HMS Hurst Castle (K416), which was a Castle-class corvette of the United Kingdom's Royal Navy. She was named after Hurst Castle at the western end of the Solent in Southern England.

Built by the Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Company in Dundee and launched on 23 February 1944, she served as a convoy escort during the Second World War. She was sunk by the German submarine U-482 on 1 September 1944 northwest of Ireland whilst part of the escort for convoy CU-36. The submarine fired a single T-5 Gnat - German Navy Acoustic Torpedo. Sixteen of the ship's company were killed, the youngest, Donald Bennett, being only sixteen

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Rebreathers really are the treasure at the end of the rainbow - Rebreatherpro-Training

Rebreathers really are the treasure at the end of the rainbow

Rebreathers really are the treasure at the end of the rainbow Living the dream, one dive at a time !! A rainbow is a meteorological phenomenon that is caused by reflection, refraction and dispersio... read more »

Congratulations to Carmel Vella on completing his X-CCR crossover courses - Rebreatherpro-Training

Congratulations to Carmel Vella on completing his X-CCR crossover courses

This week was my last week in Malta for 2018. Congratulations to Carmel Vella on completing his X-CCR crossover courses whilst I was out. it was great to dive with you !! But it’s not the last trip ... read more »

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