Sole Viktor

November 24, 2016

Support DDI when you purchase dive 6 gear with a 5% discount

During DEMA Show 2016, we met up with the guys behind Deep 6 Gear webshop. A new diving equipment brand and online web shop, with a […]
October 19, 2016

MT Haven, Italy – Diving for All

The “queen of the Mediterranean” MT Haven is a very large beautiful wreck, near Genoa, Italy and now proved available for everyone to dive. The wreck is considered to be a […]
October 13, 2015
Luca Crippa

Launch of DDI Italy


It is with great pleasure, that the DDI board announce the official launch of our new regional office DDI Italy.


From today forward, the DDI Italy office will handle matters related to Italy, including member queries and assistance. The office will give support in the local language, including translation of teaching materials.


The Italy office will be headed by the new President of DDI Italy, Mr. Luca Crippa, a veteran in the disabled diving community and winner of several awards. And with many years of experience teaching scuba instructors, to dive with people with disabilities.

October 5, 2015

New DDI Open Water Divers and Surface Assistant in Sweden

This weekend Justus and Carl performed four Open Water Dives in drysuit and full face masks. The weather conditions were fantastic, Sunny and no wind or […]
September 23, 2015

First DDI Open Water Divers in Australia

The first Australia based DDI Open Water Diver course recently took place in Perth, Western Australia, this was made possible through the co-operation of DiveUnlimited and the Wheelchair Sports Association of WA. Two of the association’s members, Phelim & Joel started their underwater adventure on Saturday the 21st of Feb 2015 at Bayswater Waves.  


September 23, 2015

DDI Pro Training course in Sydney, Australia

Mark “Slinky” Slingo arranged a DDI Instructor course in conjunction with the Australian International Dive Expo in Sydney early September this year. The course was – as always – very informative, engaging and educational; benefitting all dive instructors attending. 


The course takes two days, with day one covering all dive theory, introduction to different types of disability, special considerations when teaching people with physical and intellectual disabilities, modified and recommended dive equipment and general standards and procedures. We started early and spent the day at Abyss CDC’s