Technical diving changed our perception of scuba diving, moving out of common contexts to deep unexplored wrecks and caves.
Surprisingly, we can observe this in crowded recreational dive sites, where technical diving has changed or redesigned the map of dive sites.
Trimix, scooters and rebreathers allow to regularly dive these sites at depths well beyond recreational limits, sometimes diving two or more spots at once. These tools allowed the discovery of new dive trails and sites which have become common knowledge. Often these explorations involve long scooter rides on the lunar-like seabed, possibly holding unexpected surprises.
Out there, a few hundreds of meters apart from mooring buoys, nearby walls, reefs and wrecks there is a unknown world waiting to be (re) discovered.
Poor viz and a lot of backscatter... I know but this is our winter sea
Edited by Davide DB, 26 March 2014 - 02:08 AM.