Presentations available!
Some of the presentations are now published on the presentation page. Username and password is found in the material that where handed out during the seminar

Thank you!
KTH DK and the team behind Tech-Diving 2006 would like to thank all participants, speakers, exhibitors and sponsors for making the seminar such a success. We hope to see you in Stockholm again next time!

Deep Sea Productions
Deep Sea Productions is a company involved with television productions with mostly underwater related topics. Björn Hagberg is marine archaeologist and cave diver and Johan Candert is director of documentary film and trimix/cave instructor. On the seminar they will give you the story of the Refugee Wrecks of WWII. Read more about them here.

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How to get to the seminar!
We have now updated this website with information of how to travel by public transportations to the seminar. Read here for more information.

Article about Bernie Chowdhury in DYK magazine
Read the intervju with Bernie Chowdhury in the DYK magazine here!

Read our newsletter
Read the Tech-Diving 2006 newsletter with the latest news about the seminar. Click here!

We are now presenting a few different options on where to stay during the seminar, from the top class hotel to the cheap dormitory. Click here for more details!

Article about Bernie Chowdhury in this edition of DYK
The lastest edition of Dyk (a scandinavian divemagazine) is available in stores today. In it is is an feature article about Bernie Chowdhury, the man behind "The Last Dive" and the techdive magazine Immersed.
In the interview Bernie says: "I have a rule that I do not break when it comes to diving and that is to be mentally and physically fit prior to a dive. I broke this rule in 1991 and it nearly killed me."
Bernie is one of the speakers at Tech-Diving 2006.

Boesmangat Expedition
Don Shirley started his diving in the United Kingdom, and from there has organised and led many diving expeditions to all types of areas – from Oasis to Ice, Tropical to Sub Antarctic. For the last 10 years Don has been teaching technical diving on a full time basis in Southern Africa.
His main area of expertise is technical diving, with the emphasis on rebreathers. He is an Instructor trainer on the Buddy Inspiration and Evolution, the Dragers, KISS and the Submatix. He also dives the Cis-Lunar, Halcyon and the Mk15.5. His most famous expedition being the Boesmansgat trip in January 2005, which Don Shirley will be lecturing about at the seminar.
Read more about Don Shirley here!

Our website has now been updated with biographies of most of the lecturers.
Please have a look!

Register now!
Purchase your ticket now and save 200 SEK. Starting today, it is possible to buy tickets for the Tech-Diving 2006 seminar. The fee is 1 450 SEK, but promoting early registration we offer a substantial reduction of the fee if you buy your ticket before the 30th of June. Register here!

The leading divers of EKPP, the European Karst Plain Project, Dr Reinhard Buchaly and Michael Waldbrenner will both be speaking at the seminar. Waldbrenner will focus on the project and its achievement, and Buchaly, as the inventor of the RB 80, will speak about rebreather diving.

Dr Fred Hocker is moderating the seminar
Moderator for the seminar will be marine arcehologist Dr Fred Hocker. Fred Hocker, originally from Texas A&M University, is research director at the Vasa Museum in Stockholm, www.vasamuseet.se His research is concentrated on the history of shipbuilding and seafaring technology in medieval and post-medieval Europe and the south-eastern American colonies. He was also the director of the Bozburun Byzantine shipwreck excavation(1995-98) in Turkey.

Tom Mount: The History of Technical Diving
Legendary technical diver Tom Mount has agreed to come to Stockholm to speak on the Tech-Diving 2006 seminar. Teaching cave diving courses already in 1963 Tom Mount is considered the father of technical diving. He became one of the founding members of the first cave (technical) diving training agencies, America's oldest cave diving organizations, the NACD (1968). He is one of the most experienced and active rebreather divers teaching today, having made his first Rebreather dive in 1958. Tom Mount is CEO of IANTD.

Sump Diving and Wreck Search
Dr Mark Dougherty, one of the authors of Northern Sump Index, the bible of cave diving in the UK, speaks in Stockholm the techniques necessary to get deep into the earth. Mark Andrews, world record holder of deep wreck diving, tells the story of how he and Leigh Cunningham found the Yolande.

The Last Dive
The light-hearted meets the serious in Bernie Chowdhurys examination of diving safety. The lessons learned from Bernie’s awardwinning book The Last Dive are applicable to all types of diving.

Bruce Wienke, developer of the RGBM decompression model said YES! Don Shirley, Southafrican cavediver, said YES. Alf Brubakk, norveigian doctor in diving medicin also said YES! This fall KTH DK will arrange the seminar Tech-Diving 2006 which will be held in Stockholm, Sweden. This seminar will be the third in the successful series consisting of Tech-Diving 94 and Tech-Diving 2000.