The PADI Deep Diver course teaches you the techniques that make recreational deep diving safe and fun. You will learn deep diving limits, and how to stay within them. Your skill and ability as a diver will improve as you practice deep diving techniques. You will find that PADI Deep Diver training opens the doors to new dive sites and new adventures, especially when combined with other interests like underwater photography, wreck diving or observing underwater organisms.
The PADI Deep Diver course emphasizes diving, and you will make at least four deep dives in open water with your PADI Instructor. You’ll have fun on these dives while developing and refining the skills you need for deep diving.
The course includes the background information that you will apply during deep dives as well as practical skills you will demonstrate. Normally you will cover this information via independent study using E-Learning, and by discussing the material with your instructor prior to your dives.
Prerequisites: To take the PADI Deep Diver course, you must be certified as a PADI Adventure Diver or have a qualifying certification from another training organization similar to that of a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver
Time commitment: 3 days, First day Elearning, two days in order to make 4 dives
Minimum age: 15 years or more
Number of dives: 4 dives
E- Learning is included