Category Archives: Rebreather Diving

AP Inspo CCR Advanced Trimix Course in Phuket Ben Reymenants has just finished the IART AP Inspo CCR Advanced Trimix course with Michael M down here in Phuket. Michael is from Melbourne Australia and has dived the unit for over a year now and is Advanced Wreck diver. The IART AP Inspo CCR Advanced Trimix course […]

CCR REBREATHER OPTIONS 7 Days of intense training paid of it’s reward and Elijah and Pier venture with great confidence around the waters of Thailand. Where Elijah purchased his Own ISC Megalodon rebreather prior to the course, Pier opted for the multi CCR Rebreather options where the generic course is run on a CCR of choice (ISC […]

DPV Stage Cave | Blue Label Diving Three divers slosh through the Thai Jungle. Their rock boots sink in the dirt under the weight of their gear – a cylinder in either hand, a dive harness, and a host of technology designed to push the limits of human exploration. Lighting the way with their torches, they come […]

Advanced trimix Diving on a Rebreather combined with a recreational diver. They said recreational diving can’t be combined with Technical diving. They said the differences in equipment would be confusing and dangerous. They said the dive sites and environment wouldn’t be suitable. A Sydney couple proved those statements wrong. Gary, an experienced deep rebreather diver […]

Review of Fatally Flawed: The Quest to be Deepest by Verna van Shaik   The story of a woman diver’s successful attempt at a depth record in Boesmansgat sinkhole, South Africa – Fatally Flawed focuses on Verna van Shaik’s personal growth within the ego-driven world of deep technical diving. The account begins with a chronicling […]

Which CCR Rebreather The ISC Pathfinder vs Poseidon MK6 After the JJ-MEG comparison, friends and students have asked us to do a review on the so-called rec – tec hybrid rebreathers the ISC Pathfinder and the Poseidon MK6. So which CCR Rebreather? The label is perhaps an unfair one because as two of the most […]

Cave diving equipment Eventhough its “low” season, its still very hot here in Thailand. The usually expected rains are scarce, giving for warm water and exceptionally good visibility in Song Hong Sinkhole. This specific cave course is a mixture of Sidemount and rebreather equipment. Various cave diving equipment , emergency and rescue techniques are tried […]

Learn about rebreather diving courses in Thailand One thing that technical and recreational divers need in common is the breathing gas. Rebreathers for divers have offered huge advantage and have also introduced a whole new dimension in diving. As a diver, at some point, you will surely want to extend the knowledge beyond the limits […]

End of a 10 day rebreather cave course and ccr cave trimix course. Challenged by rain and tropical heat, candidates Dimitri and Steve absorbed the tasks and stress loading posed by different cave systems. Ranging from small dark dirty spaces to wide open, clear water, decorated halls. The first part of the venue was passed […]

CCR Cave Training Course Thailand CCR cave training courses are one of the most popular courses at Blue Label Diving. This is because Ben Reymenants is one of the only instructors world wide that is able to conduct these courses in Thailand. There are 4 levels for CCR cave. Caver CCR, Intro to Cave CCR, Full […]