Photos - Wreck Diving

 
Scuba Divers at a Wreck

Scuba Divers at a Wreck

Wrecks can be explored from the outside with just an Open Water Diver certification. Most wrecks however lie in deeper waters where no-stop limits for recreational diving do not leave much time for exploration.

Diver entering a wreck

Diver entering a wreck

Technical diving certifications such as PSAI Advanced Nitrox are recommended for Wreck Penetration certification as most wreck penetration dives are decompression dives.

Wreck Penetration Certification

Wreck Penetration Certification

Penetrating wrecks without proper training is dangerous.

Wreck Diver

Wreck Diver

PSAI Advanced Wreck Penetration course teaches you the skills and procedures to enter wrecks.

Akitsushima, Coron, Philippines

Akitsushima, Coron, Philippines

Akitsushima, Coron, Philippines

Sea plane winch and gears

Sea plane winch and gears

Sea plane winch and gears inside Akitsushima in Coron, Philippines.

Akitsushima, Coron, Philippines

Wreck diver in a low corridor

Wreck diver in a low corridor

Wreck diving requires diving in tight, confined spaces. Your buoyancy control and trim need to be in order.

Wreck diver tying line

Wreck diver tying line

Certified Wreck Diver

Certified Wreck Diver

OK after PSAI Advanced Wreck Penetration course's certification dives.

Deco bottles

Deco bottles

Decompression cylinders are usually left outside the wreck and picked up when it is time to go up.

Advanced Wreck Penetration Diving Photos

There are hundreds of wrecks in South East Asian waters. Many of them are reminders of the battles fought during the Second World War, some are deliberately sunken to form artificial reefs. Here is a collection of pictures from various wrecks from Pro-Diver's Advanced Wreck Penetration course training trips and other wreck diving trips around Asia.

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