Dive to 40 meters with the PADI Deep Diver Specialty Course.

Many scuba diving destinations around the world have dive sites that go beyond your advanced open water training level. You may find yourself at a dive location with a deep wall or a shipwreck that goes beyond 30 meters. Before attempting these type of dives you should familiarize your self with some deep diving procedures and take the PADI deep specialty course.

Your training starts by examining the reasons for deep diving and the importantance understanding your personal depth limits.

To enrol on this course you will need some deep diving experience, usually an advanced open water certification or a deep adventure diver rating and you must be at least 15 years of age.

Deep Diver training with our PADI Specialty Instructor includes:-

Four training dives in 2 days, Deep dive planning and managing your air supply, Reviewing your buddy procedures and buoyancy control, Understanding your personal depth limits, use of deep diving equipment, emergency decompression, plus dealing with nitrogen narcosis and safety concerns.

On completion of the PADI deep diver course you will have gained more confidence in deep dive techniques and extended your recreational depth limit to 40 metres.

PADI Deep DIver Course, 4 dives, 2 days, cost 12,500 Baht.

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Technical Diving

During the PADI deep diver specialty course you will remain within your no decompression diving limits. As you will discover, your actual bottom time at 40 meters is limited by the recreational dive table or your dive computer.

If you are interested in remaining at depth for a longer period, then your dive will involve decompression procedures which means it will no longer be classed as a recreational dive and it will now become a technical dive. After completing you PADI deep diver course you can then decide if you are ready for the transition to technical diving. The First training course in the technical diving field is the PADI TEC 40 Course

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