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Specialty courses are for those who want to learn more about specific types of diving, such as deep diving, night diving, or solo diving.

There are many more programs available than those listed below.

Call for additional information and pre-requisites.

Nitrox

The Nitrox Diver course is an entry level course for divers wishing to continue their diver education and utilize enriched air nitrox as a breathing gas to extend no decompression limits at depth.

In the course you will learn how to select the proper gas blend, plan your dives using enriched air (nitrox), and proper testing and equipment use for nitrox.

Deep Diver

The Deep Diver course is a must for any diver wishing to explore a little more, go a little deeper, and learn the risks and benefits associated with deep diving.

The purpose of this course is to provide the necessary training to plan and execute dives that are beyond the 60 foot depth range. The course discusses air consumption, redundant air source use, and planning for depths up to 130 feet as a recreational diver.

Night – Limited Visibility

Many divers find that night diving is their favorite type of diving. Many people are amazed on how the marine life changes at night.

As with all specialty diving applications, procedures are different than those associated with Open Water Diving.

The purpose of the Night & Limited Visibility Diver course is to acquaint the Open Water Scuba Diver with the procedures, techniques, and potential hazards associated with diving at night or in limited visibility.

Solo Diver

At one point or another, many divers have found themselves alone during a dive, whether it was intentional or not.

Rather than relying “solely” on the traditional buddy diving safety system, self-reliant scuba divers should be skilled in self-sufficiency and willing to take responsibility for their own safety while diving.

The Solo Diver course stresses proper dive planning, personal limitations, accident prevention, and the additional equipment that is required for self-reliant scuba.

Advanced Buoyancy Control

While taking your Open Water Scuba Diver course you learned the basics of how to control and use your buoyancy.

The Advanced Buoyancy Control course and make diving even more effortless and truly enjoy the freedom from gravity. Some of the tricks you will learn include: Breath control, Proper weighting, Body position and trim, Streamlining equipment.

Navigation

One of the most important skills a diver can have is good navigation; this could be with a compass or by natural formations. The Underwater Navigation Diver course will teach you the necessary skills to navigate using a compass and natural navigation. During the course your Instructor will teach you compass features, distance estimating, and how to read bottom contours.

*Prices are based on a group class enrollment, private and semi-private classes may have additional fees.

 

 

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