Testing Dive-Computers

Testing equipment in mountain lakes.

I got a brand new dive computer a couple of days ago. It needs a certain number of operating hours in order to get the approval for public usage. I am therefore out and diving a lot. This may cause delays in answering requests. Please be patient.

The picture shows computers I got for testing a while ago. The current test devices are still top secret!

Sudan 2017 gallery is online

I have selected a couple of pictures of my recent trip to the Sudan. They may be seen here in my gallery.

MY Aurora

I am still searching for the wreck of the Aurora, lying at Wingate Reef. As far as I know, she sank on November 23rd 2004 during a storm. She is reported to lie at about 20 meters depth in the vicinity of the Umbria. The image shows the Aurora on her last trip in October 2002.

I am glad about any hint leading me to the exact position of the wreck. If you know about the wreck, please tell me through my contact form.

Back from Sudan

I was diving the area south of Port Sudan towards the Eritrean border. I used the trip to test dive computers and to do some research on the position of a wreck I’m looking for. Pictures of the trip will be shown in the gallery soon.

Back from South America!

I have been on an expedition in South America. We wanted to dive a crater lake at 5900m altitude to test outdoor and diving equipment. Sadly, the weather was too bad to achieve our goal. Nevertheless, I had a great time in Bolivia and Chile. During the next few days, I will process pictures from the trip and upload them to a gallery on this site.

Limitted responds

I am intensely working on a project for the next two weeks. This prevents me to be online as often as usual. Please apollogize for any inconvenience caused by late responses to inquiries.