On this page you can find all the practical information about the congress for technical diving that we organize every two years.
Tekdive is an event for everyone who is passionate about technical and adventurous diving, regardless of your organisation, club, certification or diving experience.
Tekdive Europe was organised the first time in 2011 by the technical divers of the infamous “Wreck Dive team”. At this first edition , we have welcomed more than 350 attendees! Edition after edition the congress was growing. The congress is now one of the main technical diving events in Europe. In 2017 we had about 40 exhibitors, about 20 international speakers and different workshops.
You can find out more details of our past editions on the archives page.
There are 2 rooms available (a big room for 200 participants and a small room for 60 participants). In these 2 rooms, more than 20 lectures will be given with some spectacular film footage and photographs about wreck-, cave- and mine diving.
Over the years, we invited many big names who gave very memorable lectures, often illustrated with unique photo and film material. Just to name a few : Martyn Farr (UK), Rod Mc Donald (Schotland), Michael Barnette (USA), Curt Bowen (USA), Pim Van Der Horst (Netherlands), Drazen Goricki (Croatia), Aldo Ferruci (Italy), Richard Lundgren (Norway), Barry Mc Gill (Ireland), Don Shirley (South Afrika), Evan Kovacs (USA), Sebastian Popek (Poland), Sabine Kerkau (Germany), Severine Barr (Germany), Steve Sanders (Schotland), Dr Jacek Kot (Poland), Stewie Andrews (Ireland), Immi Wallin (Finland), Sami Paakarinen (Finland), Peter Kubicka (Slovakije) and many many others.
Many big names of the Belgian diving community -people like Erik Wouters, Peter Brandt and Steven Galicia- also have supported our event and continue to do so.
Workshops & showcases
Our exhibitors have the possibility to provide demos and additional product information during the showcases that take place on the exhibition floor.
The booth is also used to give workshops on techniques and common practices within technical diving.
Last but not least: don’t miss our exhibition, where the major manufacturers and dealers from Europe and all over the world showcase the newest trends and inventions in technical diving. The exhibition is more than 1000 m².