Why take the PADI Deep Diver Specialty course?
There’s something exciting and mysterious about exploring deep dive sites. But without proper training this kind of diving is an uncontrollable safety risk. To plan your dives properly you must first know about all of the potential risks involved in Deep Diving. A wreck might be attractive as well as a school of fish on a dive wall. Whatever it is, to scuba dive with confidence at depths down to 40 meters (130 feet), you should take the PADI Deep Diver Specialty course.
The PADI Deep Diver Specialty course: what will you learn?
First, visit us and get your PADI Deep Specialty instructive material that includes your manual and video. You will read your manual and watch the video by your own before meeting with one of instructor.
You will discuss on the planning and organizing of Deep Dives, the Depth Limits, Specific Equipment Requirements, Deep Diving Techniques, Nitrogen Narcosis, Decompression Sickness, Recreational Dive Planner Review, Emergency Equipment and post dive procedures. Such discussions may be held either in our classroom or during the open water segments to reinforce the practical applications.
This course consists of four open water dives and takes 2 days. (No more than 2 dives to be completed in any one day).
• Course Timetable:
Day 1: Open Water #1 – between 18 and 30 meters⎮Open Water #2 – between 18 and 24 meters
Day 2: Open Water #3 – between 30 and 40 meters⎮Open Water #4 – between 18 and 30 meters