Scuba diving requires extensive knowledge. In order to complete your PADI Advanced Open Water Diver certification you must choose five different speciality courses from a myriad that they offer. It can get a bit overwhelming trying to decide which is best for you. But fret not; we’re here to help you out.
If you’re looking to become a better scuba diver and enhance your skills, we recommend choosing these three below to be part of your advanced training:
PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy
This course improves your buoyancy skills, which will make your diving more enjoyable. You can enhance your floating with mobility. This course extensively teaches all the basic tools essential for scuba diving and buoyancy. If you want to improve your buoyancy control, dive with less weight, and reduce your air consumption, then this is the course for you!
Certified instructors will teach you all how to achieve neutral buoyancy, hover effortlessly, and use the right amount of weight underwater. After this course, you will experience the underwater like never before.
This is a short course and takes about 1-2 days to complete. The scuba diver must be at least 10 years old and have a qualifying entry-level certification.
PADI Wreck Diver Certification
Wreck diving is for scuba diving enthusiasts who want to explore most of the ocean. Boats and airplanes that sank to the bottom will always be intriguing for many curious divers. History and military fanatics are passionate about exploring wrecks of the deep sea, and this course gives them the chance to venture off into these artifacts with confidence.
Every shipwreck lets you explore a different story. This course is well suited for those who want to explore inside and around wrecks, see interesting artifacts, and learn the best finning techniques inside wrecks. You will learn how to survey a wreck, use lines and reels, and avoid common problems that may arise.
The scuba diver must be at least 15 years old to enroll in this course and commit to 2-3 days.
Deep Diver Specialty
During a deep scuba diving course, you will learn how to do deep dives to a maximum depth of 40m/130ft, manage your gas supply, recognize and deal with narcosis, and recognize your limits. During the Deep Diver course, you will complete four dives with your instructor practicing descents, buoyancy, and safety stops.
Divers must be at least 15 years or older. The course takes about 2-3 days to complete 4 dives with your instructor.
Your Dive Buddy in Aqaba
If you want to take some PADI specialty courses or become an advanced diver, connect with Deep Blue Center. We provide PADI courses for beginners and pros, wreck diving, and other scuba diving training.
Contact us today for more information, and we’ll be more than happy to assist you.