Sole Viktor

April 10, 2013
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Diving freedom and the power of Nitrox

 

I was contacted by Henry Vivet, from France, in 2011 about diving in Malta, he informed me that he had a medical by his physician that allowed him to go to 20m, but he was not certified. He told me that he suffered from a disability. The correct name of the disease is a problem since the doctors haven't found what it is yet. Let's say it's a neurological disease causing problem to the legs and with high sensibility to coldness and fatigue, which meant he could only complete one dive per day every other day and he could not start before 10:30am due to the extreme fatigue he suffered from before, during and after diving after previous experience.

 

 

April 8, 2013
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Three new DDI Instructors in Greece

  Since the 7th of April we have three new DDI Instructors in Greece. Congratulations to Apostolos Papadopoulos, Damianos Veropoulos and Nikos Gilis, that they completed […]
April 5, 2013
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DDI story in Magazyn Nurkowanie

  DDI, disabled diving and Dàlia’s story in Magazyn Nurkowanie – the leading dive magazine in Poland! The magazine contacted DDI for an article about disabled diving and Anders Orpana (DDI […]
April 3, 2013
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Nautic Marine is now DDI Divecenter

  Nautic Marine is the newest DDI Dive Center in Denmark   This is the first dive center to start its activity as DDI Dive Center […]
March 20, 2013
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New DDI Divecenter in Sweden

  H2O Diving Lund has qualified as a DDI Level 1 Dive Centre. “I am proud of this certificate. This means a lot for us as […]
March 13, 2013
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Pro-training course at Aqua Team

  During April 2013 Aqua Team Greece, is announcing a Pro-training course for diving professionals under DDI’s Standards. The purpose of the course is, to instruct […]