We start with January to publish a list of what has been added to the site in the current month, so that it is possible to immediately identify what is new. From February the updates will be in real time.


COMPLEMENTARY GEARS    -   Technisub Phonar
REGULATORS   -   Aga Tm 3300 
SPERGUNS   -   Technisub Pulce 40 serie personalizzata  – Copino 1962  – Galeazzi Comet  –  Mares Spring  - Mares Juni  
TORCHES   -   Technisub Nuova Iodin
MASKS  -  Bitmarine Clipper Sea Nynph  -  Cressi Sub Medusa 2 prima e seconda serie – 1951
REBREATHERS   -   Fenzy/La Spirotechnique Oximix 3C
COMPLETE CATALOGS  -   Mares Catalogo 1970  –  Mares Catalogo 1969
SPEAK ABOUT  -   MASCHERE VISIONARIE - nascita e sviluppo delle grandi maschere che comprendevano la funzione di erogatore, quali la Scubapro Visionaire e la Galeazzi Tricheco





1938 – A lifeguard, a sea “fanatic” and a boy.
No fins, a mask made from an air chamber and a kind of net.
They dive to recover fishes’ victims of bombers. They don’t know yet but, they are some of  the people who invented diving.
Then, Duilio Marcante - the lifeguard - commits to improve and codify the first diving techniques; Egidio Cressi - the fanatic - builds the first spearguns and the first, real mask, Dario Gonzatti - the boy - conceives something similar to the future regulator, with the idea to connect it to a compressed air bottle.
War stops everything.
1946 – They believed that the correct path was the oxygen rebreathers, used by the italian navy seals (Ferraro, De La Penne and their colleagues) so, they abandon the idea of the compressed air.
Marcante has the ideas, Cressi builds, Gonzatti tests. So, the recreation oxygen rebreather is born however they don’t know its limits. In front of San Fruttuoso Dario Gonzatti ascends, lifeless, from a pure oxygen dive at -42 meters.
It is the 21st of September 1947.
It has been a memorable summer, made of fabulous fish catches, discovers, brilliant inventions.
Back from the funeral, to honor his very close friend, Marcante dives in the tragedy waters and he conceives the idea of the Christ of Abyss.
Now Christ of Abyss is there, to remind a precursor, a glory dedicated to those who sacrificed their life, in the sea and for the sea. The statue was crafted in bronze from melted down metal of important origins: parts of sank ships, bells, and the medals of mariners, Olympic athletes, donated by people who know the sea.
It is still there, lowered on the bottom of the sea on August 29, 1954 among the shouts of the alarms of the surrounding ships, with flower wreaths, his arms raised which seem to beg that surface which many, too many did not reach anymore.
Luigi Fabbri – September 1977

The Christ of Abyss bronze statue, made by the Genovese sculptor Guido Galletti, it is 2,5 metres (8.2 ft) high and it is welded on a reinforced concrete foundation which weight 90 tons, cemented to the seabed. It is submerged in front of the east point of San Fruttuoso bay in Liguria, Italy and his head stands at 12 (39.36 ft) meters below the sea surface.