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Advanced Adventure Diving
This Course is the next step on your scuba journey after Open Water certification.
You've already learned the basics of how to scuba dive. In Advanced, you are enhancing your skills, and learning how to think like a diver. You will gain more experience, continue your diving education and sample different scuba specialties under the supervision of an instructor.
With Advanced Adventure diver classes, you can expand your diving knowledge, skills and experience the many different aspects of diving, including wreck diving, digital photography, night diving, and more!
You will perform five Advanced specialty dives.
Two required core specialty dives will be 1 Deep Dive and 1 Navigation Dive
More bottom Time
NITROX, get more bottom time.
Longer Bottom Times and Shorter Surface Intervals
Nitrox is a mixture of less nitrogen and more oxygen that is found in air. Traditionally, it take long hours in the classroom, learning how to work obscure formulas and use complex dive tables. No more. Through Learning, you can complete most of the academic study online.
Then we will meet and you will learn how to: Analyze, Log and Label a Nitrox filled cylinder. YES, it's that EZ. What are you waiting for?
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prepare for the unexpected
Rescue Diver Course
Rescue Diver, learn how to aid a diver in trouble
The rescue certification course is designed to develop the knowledge and necessary skills for and individual to effectively perform diver rescues and assists. Students are taught skills such as how to perform self rescues, recognize and calm potential panic divers, and administer proper first aid in emergencies. This course will also prepare you to prevent incidents and, if necessary, manage dive emergencies.
During the Diving weekend, you'll cover:
Self-rescue and diver stress
- Emergency Management and Equipment Swimming and non-swimming assists
- Panicked diver response
- Problems underwater
- Missing diver procedures
- Surfacing the unconscious diver
- In-water artificial respiration
- Egress (exits)
- First aid procedures for pressure related accidents
- Dive accident scenarios