PADI DEEP DIVER


PADI DEEP DIVER

PADI DEEP DIVER

PADI DEEP DIVER

By becoming a PADI Advanced Open Water diver you will have touched deep diving.

Going deep is fascinating and interested but it requires a higher skill set and discipline.

The PADI Deep diver specialty will give you valuable skills and an educated understanding of how it feels and what happens when you dive to deeper depths.

The Sea Wind topography offers some spectacular wall dives, amazing coral structures and some awesome wrecks at deeper recreational diving depths. To really enjoy these sites you need to be comfortable and confident. To get the best out of your Sea Wind Diving  holiday sign up for the PADI Deep diver course.

The PADI specialty course will give you the opportunity to develop the knowledge and confidence to plan and organize dives of up to 40 meters. Discover new procedures, how to avoid different hazards and problems and of course how to make sure you enjoy these greater depths.

Duration

2 days

Contents

Knowledge development

the planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards of deep diving
risk factors and decompression-tables review
safety stops and emergency decompression procedures
special equipment, descent lines and buoyancy-control considerations
procedures for flying after diving
orientation to recompression chambers
4 Open water divers to maximum 40m

Requirements

Advanced Open Water Diver or equivalent
Older than 15 years
1 recreational dive before the course to check weights, buoyancy and equipment.

* Contact us for pre-booking rates or special offers.

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