Kevin Gurr – has been involved with Technical Diving since its’ inception in Europe. As well as being the first Technical Diving instructor outside the USA, he has led and been a part of many expeditions; the first sport dives on the Britannic in 1997, treasure hunting in the Pacific (and several other locations World-wide), film making and a dive on the Titanic in the MIR submarines to name a few. As an engineer and diver he has developed several ground breaking products for the diving industry from trimix computers to rebreathers. He lives in Dorset, England with wife Mandy, daughters Leyla and Amberlee, Neo the black Labrador and various motorcycles.
Previous Baltictech - Topic of the lectures:
Rebreathers. Fact , Fiction, Voodoo and other adventures
A look at the common myths and misconception associated with rebreathers, their design and use.
Anyone can build a rebreather….so why not try?
Why are rebreathers special. What makes a good rebreather.