KNRM is the Dutch Royal Rescue Society (Koninklijke Nederlandse Redding Maatschappij): a group of enthusiastic voluntary rescuers who are available day and night for all water sports enthusiasts, pleasure boaters and professional shipping. As a societal organization, the KNRM wants to contribute to secure recreational use of water: stay safe!
Diving is an adventurous sport. The KNRM takes to sea an average of five to 10 times a year for divers who get into trouble. The rescue stations that surround diving sites regularly practice with divers to train how best to help a diver in trouble.
KNRM is represented at Tekdive21 by its Belgian ambassadors from Duikcentrum Dolphin Buddys in Leuven. The regions of Zeeland, South Holland and Limburg have few secrets for most Belgian divers. That is why the KNRM is also very important to us: when we dive in the Netherlands, the KNRM ensures the safety of our divers. The various prevention campaigns of the KNRM, such as “Check your heart” and the use of the dive flag are also valuable for Belgian divers.
|Name:||Olaf Tompot (Netherlands)|
|Phone:||+31 (0)6 13 96 76 02|
|Name:||Walter Etienne (Belgium)|
|Phone:||+32 (0)468 28 95 36|