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Manta Lodge Tech Weekend 2023

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Manta Lodge are holding their annual Tech Weekend Friday August 11th – Monday August 14th.

Interested in taking your diving to the next level? Want to explore a little deeper, further, or longer? Do you want to learn the skills required to safely complete a dive in the event of mandatory decompression stops?

Technical diving is the most challenging and most rewarding discipline of scuba diving.  Whether you want the ability to dive deeper for longer or simply to increase your safety by raising your skill level, there are a range of courses that will challenge you both mentally and physically, while keeping you excited and passionate about diving.

The Manta Lodge Tech weekend is the perfect way to find out more about Tech diving and if it is suitable for you!

Manta Lodge Tech Weekend
Manta Lodge Tech Weekend

What’s On

Daily technical dive charters Friday-Sunday at North Stradbroke Island

Ex-HMAS Brisbane wreck technical charter Monday 14th August

“Discover tech diving” pool day – Saturday 12th August featuring:

  • Twin tank/sidemount equipment
  • Suex diver propulsion vehicles
  • Shearwater dive computers
  • Santi Drysuits
  • Halcyon dive equipment
  • Rebreather try dives (rEvo CCR and Mares Horizon)

BBQ and guest speaker Mike Mason from The Human Diver 

Contact Dan on accounts@mantalodge.com.au or 34098888 for full details!

Manta Lodge Tech Weekend
Manta Lodge Tech Weekend

About Manta Lodge

Manta Lodge & Scuba Centre is Brisbane’s premier dive facility for high quality, live-in scuba diving training. Located right on the beach at Point Lookout, we specialise in providing world-class scuba diving courses and dive trips to the Moreton Bay Marine Park on beautiful North Stradbroke Island.

As well as our full-service scuba centre, we are also North Stradbroke Island’s only backpacker YHA Hostel, offering comfortable dorm-style and private accommodation with full facilities for up to 56 guests.

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Scuba Diver ANZ Editor, Adrian Stacey, first learned to dive on the Great Barrier Reef over 24 years ago. Since then he has worked as a dive instructor and underwater photographer in various locations around the world including, Egypt, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Thailand, Mexico and Saba. He has now settled in Australia, back to where his love of diving first began.
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