PADI Deep Diver Speciality Course

Description

The PADI Deep Diver Speciality Course teaches participants the techiques required for deep diving that are different from diving to 18 meters. Many dive sites are  deeper than 18 meters and it is important to understand special safety considerations at such depths. We will discuss the safety procedures, special equipment requirements (including redundant air source and buoyancy systems) and the effects that depth has on light, temperature and other environmental factors.

The course is offered as four dives (increasing from over 18 meters to deeper than 30meters), which will provide the participant with a PADI Speciality Accreditation or as one dive (to deeper than 18m), offering a PADI Adventure Dive accreditation. The Adventure Dive can also be taken as one of the adventure dives in the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver / Junior Advanced Open Water Diver course.

 

All equipment is provided

 

Age Range

Minimum age 15 years, parental approval is required for participants under 18 years old.

Prerequisites

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver / Junior Advanced Open Water Diver or an Adventure Diver as part of the Advanced Open Water Accreditation.

Price

Please visit our price list page by clicking here

 

 

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