learnt to dive when he was 14, as soon as he was old enough
to take the old BS-AC ‘A’ test.
Now completely hooked on diving he qualified as a commercial
‘Deep Sea Diver’ when he was 21 and has spent the last 25+
years since diving.
His diving has taken him to most parts of the world diving
to over 480 metres on a variety of projects including
salvage operations in the Bay of Biscay on the ‘Egypt’,
diving the ‘Lusitania’, and on oil field wellheads in the
North Sea and the crocodile infested waters of West Africa.
For the last 10 years he has concentrated on his own scuba
diving business. This has two distinct facets,
Bristol Channel Diving -
His shop providing servicing and a superb range of equipment
from the leading manufacturers and
Neil Brock Diving
specialising in Technical Training, Neil has built a
strong reputation for expertise in the technical diver
Neil’s own philosophy is one of the physics of diving being
the same no matter which training organisation a diver
chooses to undertake further training with.
The most important
factor is how experienced is your instructor or potential
instructor and how well he can ‘get his message across’.
Neil’s wide ranging experience and background gives him a
considerable edge over newly qualified instructors.
Neil preparing for a deep
dive in a one atmosphere 'Jim' suit.