About us

​​TEKNOSUB  Technical Diving

​underwater domain 


TEKNOSUB Technical Diving Science and Exploration a not for profit organization for the advance of underwater sciences, explorations, conservation and technical diving and rebreather training education in Florida. TEKNOSUB works with institutions, environmental organizations and advanced divers who wish to do deep water explorations, search and rescue operations, conservation and expand knowledge in underwater sciences and reaching a world class level of specialized training and awareness.  

TEKNOSUB is a Diving Career Training Center offering Professional Certification in Diving. Become a Diving Instructor!!! 

Since 1982, TEKNOSUB Technical Diving Science and Exploration was the result of a passion for the ocean creatures, diving, exploration, conservation, science and training. Let us help you discover and explore the beauty of the ocean, its inhabitants and its mystery. From rebreather training to  explorations, from education to conservation we're here to help to connect you with the sea and her creatures. 


  • Elite Diver
  • Divemaster Diver
  • Diving Instructor
  • Sidemount Diver
  • Wreck diving
  • Night diving
  • Low and zero visibility diving
  • Drift diving
  • Technical diving
  • Dams and reservoirs diving 
  • Rebreather diving 
  • Safety & Rescue diving
  • Search and Recovery
  • Mixed gas deep diving
  • Decompression procedures
  • Self-Reliance diving
  • Scientific diving

​​​​​​ramon f. llaneza  Technical & Rebreather Instructor IANTD, SEI, CMAS

Technical diving and rebreather instructor with degree in marine biology, aquatic ecology and Master of Science in environmental sciences, who have been involved in recreational, commercial, and scientific positions in the diving and environmental community. 

He started scuba diving in 1970 and technical and scientific diving in 1975 with the Oceanographic Institute of Venezuela when he began underwater marine research, scientific explorations, collecting biological and oceanographic data. Industrial and commercial diving, rescue, search and recovery diving and deep diving. In 1980 became scuba diving instructor and later started Teknosub for Commercial and Scientific diving working in underwater environmental projects.

Ramón was certified as Scuba Diving CMAS 2 Stars Instructor by World Underwater Federation (CMAS) in 1980 and CMAS 3 Stars Instructor Trainer in 1982.  A Technical Diving Instructor by International Association of Nitrox and Technical Divers (IANTD) since 2006 and (SEI) Scuba Educators Instructor Trainer since 2013, he teaches advance open water, deep diving, nitrox and trimix mixed gas diving, advanced trimix, decompression, safety & rescue diving, search & recovery, technical diving, closed circuit rebreather CCR training, Rebreather diving training in Florida.

Inspiring and training scuba diving instructors through Instructor Development Career Courses.  
Ramón has been involved in environmental, industrial, commercial and scientific underwater projects with experience in deep diving with mixed gas closed circuit rebreathers, cave diving, wrecks diving, marine biology and shark sensory biology and behavior, underwater environmental assessments, hydrology and oceanographic studies, water pollution and its control, safety and rescue diving.