Padi 5 Star IDC Dive Center Scubaworld provide PADI Scuba Diving Course, guided leisure dives, try dives and diving for kids along the Costa Blanca in Spain covering Torrevieja, Playa Flamenca, Orihuela Costa, La Marina, San Miquel, Punta Prima, Cabo Roig, San Pedro del Pinatar, San Javier, La Manga, Cartagena and Cabo de Palos Made with Xara
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Padi Dry Suit Diver Specialty  Course with Scubaworld on the Costa Blanca
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Dry suit Diver Specialty Course Wanna   stay   warm   and   toasty   on   a   dive?   Then   dive   dry.   Yes!   Unlike   a   wetsuit, a   dry   suit   seals   you   off   from   the   outside   water   and   that   keeps   you   warm! Even   in   surprisingly   cold   water.   A   dry   suit   is   your   ticket   to   a   wider   variety   of dive sites, different marine life, longer dives and a year round dive season
The   PADI   Dry   Suit   Diver   Specialty   course    is   a   great   way   to   introduce   you   to dry   suit   diving   techniques   under   the   guidance   of   our      PADI   instructors.   When you   have   the   right   cold   water   scuba   diving   attire,   you   can   stand   up   to   the elements   and   take   advantage   of   the   generally   better   visibility   offered   by winter    months-especially    at    inland    dive    sites    such    as    quarries,    lakes, sinkholes   and   caves   etc.   As   a   dry   suit   diver,   you’re   equipped   to   go   scuba diving   on   some   of   the   world’s   incredible   dive   sites   in   the   world’s   cooler regions that are best enjoyed in a dry suit even in their warmer months
During   this   dry   suit   course    you''ll   gain   the   knowledge   and   skills   to   safely don,    dive    with,    doff    a    dry-suit.    Dry    suit    buoyancy    control    skills.    Dry    suit maintenance,   storage   and   basic   repair.   Get   introduced   to   the   different   types of   suits   and   undergarment   (fleece   or   overall-type   garments   worn   under   the dry   suit)   options.   so   you   can   make   a   very   informed   decision   if   considering purchasing a dry suit.
Practical skills you’ll master in this course Dry    suit    familiarization,    safety    checks    entry    techniques,    bubble    check, buoyancy check, descent techniques. Fin    Pivot,    hover,    excess    gas    in    feet    emergency    roll    drill.    Stuck    inflater emergency    drill,    Stuck    exhaust    valve    emergency    drill.    Ascent    procedure, remove    and    replace    scuba    unit    and    weight    belt    on    the    surface.    Exit techniques, removal of dry suit, storage and maintenance
Course Content The course consists of knowledge development, 1 confined water session and 2 open water dives which will cover: The planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards of dry suit diving Proper procedures for buoyancy control Ascent & descent technique training Routine, user-level, preventative maintenance and performance checks on dry suits
Knowledge Development Knowledge   Development   is   based   on   a   self-study   method,   allowing   you   to study   in   your   own   time,   at   your   own   pace.   Home   study   is   backed   up   by   an academic   session   with   a   PADI   Instructor,   to   ensure   full   understanding   of   dry- suit diving theory
Open Water Dives In   the   Mediterranean   on   the   Costa   Blanca   students   will   complete   2   Open Water   dives   to   certify   as   a   PADI   Dry   Suit   Diver.      Each   dive   has   specific   tasks designed   to   help   students   master   buoyancy   control   and   use   of   the   dry   suit whilst diving
Confined Water Session If   you   have   never   experienced   dry   suit   diving   or   if   it   has   been   a   while   since your   last   dive   you   will   be   required   to   complete   a   confined   water   session. During   this   session   you   will   learn   how   to   use   a   dry-suit   in   the   safe   confines of a swimming pool prior to participating in the open water dives.
Prerequisites: PADI Advanced Open Water Diver certification (or equivalent certification)  Minimum age: 12 years old own drysuit required
Get five specialty ratings including Padi deep diver specialty and Padi navigation diver specialty and you're on your way to becoming a PADI Master Scuba Diver.
Scubaworld
Padi 5 Star IDC Dive Center Scubaworld provide PADI Scuba Diving Course, guided leisure dives, try dives and diving for kids along the Costa Blanca in Spain covering Torrevieja, Playa Flamenca, Orihuela Costa, La Marina, San Miquel, Punta Prima, Cabo Roig, San Pedro del Pinatar, San Javier, La Manga, Cartagena and Cabo de Palos
© Scubaworld 2018
INFO  INFO  Padi Dry Suit Diver Specialty Course with Scubaworld on the Costa Blanca
Dry suit Diver Specialty Course Wanna   stay   warm   and   toasty   on   a   dive?   Then   dive   dry.   Yes! Unlike   a   wetsuit,   a   dry   suit   seals   you   off   from   the   outside water   and   that   keeps   you   warm!   Even   in   surprisingly   cold water.   A   dry   suit   is   your   ticket   to   a   wider   variety   of   dive   sites, different    marine    life,    longer    dives    and    a    year    round    dive season The   PADI   Dry   Suit   Diver   Specialty   course   i s   a   great   way   to introduce    you    to    dry    suit    diving    techniques    under    the guidance   of   our      PADI   instructors.   When   you   have   the   right cold    water    scuba    diving    attire,    you    can    stand    up    to    the elements   and   take   advantage   of   the   generally   better   visibility offered   by   winter   months-especially   at   inland   dive   sites   such as   quarries,   lakes,   sinkholes   and   caves   etc.   As   a   dry   suit   diver, you’re   equipped   to   go   scuba   diving   on   some   of   the   world’s incredible   dive   sites   in   the   world’s   cooler   regions   that   are   best enjoyed in a dry suit even in their warmer months
Practical skills you’ll master in this course Dry     suit     familiarization,     safety     checks     entry     techniques, bubble check, buoyancy check, descent techniques. Fin   Pivot,   hover,   excess   gas   in   feet   emergency   roll   drill.   Stuck inflater   emergency   drill,   Stuck   exhaust   valve   emergency   drill. Ascent   procedure,   remove   and   replace   scuba   unit   and   weight belt    on    the    surface.    Exit    techniques,    removal    of    dry    suit, storage and maintenance
Course Content The course consists of knowledge development, 1 confined water session and 2 open water dives which will cover: The planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards of dry suit diving Proper procedures for buoyancy control Ascent & descent technique training Routine, user-level, preventative maintenance and performance checks on dry suits
During   this   dry   suit   course    you''ll   gain   the   knowledge   and skills    to    safely    don,    dive    with,    doff    a    dry-suit.    Dry    suit buoyancy   control   skills.   Dry   suit   maintenance,   storage   and basic   repair.   Get   introduced   to   the   different   types   of   suits and    undergarment    (fleece    or    overall-type    garments    worn under   the   dry   suit)   options.   so   you   can   make   a   very   informed decision if considering purchasing a dry suit.
Knowledge Development Knowledge   Development   is   based   on   a   self-study   method, allowing   you   to   study   in   your   own   time,   at   your   own   pace. Home   study   is   backed   up   by   an   academic   session   with   a   PADI Instructor,    to    ensure    full    understanding    of    dry-suit    diving theory
Prerequisites: PADI   Advanced   Open   Water   Diver   certification   (or   equivalent certification)  Minimum age: 12 years old own drysuit required
Confined Water Session If   you   have   never   experienced   dry   suit   diving   or   if   it   has   been a   while   since   your   last   dive   you   will   be   required   to   complete   a confined   water   session.   During   this   session   you   will   learn   how to   use   a   dry-suit   in   the   safe   confines   of   a   swimming   pool   prior to participating in the open water dives.
Open Water Dives In    the    Mediterranean    on    the    Costa    Blanca    students    will complete   2   Open   Water   dives   to   certify   as   a   PADI   Dry   Suit Diver.      Each   dive   has   specific   tasks   designed   to   help   students master buoyancy control and use of the dry suit whilst diving
Get five specialty ratings including Padi deep diver specialty and Padi navigation diver specialty and you're on your way to becoming a  PADI Master Scuba Diver.
Scubaworld
Made with Xara
© Scubaworld 2018
Padi 5 Star IDC Dive Center Scubaworld provide PADI Scuba Diving Course, guided leisure dives, try dives and diving for kids along the Costa Blanca in Spain covering Torrevieja, Playa Flamenca, Orihuela Costa, La Marina, San Miquel, Punta Prima, Cabo Roig, San Pedro del Pinatar, San Javier, La Manga, Cartagena and Cabo de Palos INFO  INFO 
Padi Dry Suit Diver Specialty Course with Scubaworld on the Costa Blanca
Dry suit Diver Specialty Course Wanna   stay   warm   and   toasty   on   a   dive?   Then   dive   dry.   Yes!   Unlike   a   wetsuit,   a   dry   suit   seals   you   off   from   the outside   water   and   that   keeps   you   warm!   Even   in   surprisingly   cold   water.   A   dry   suit   is   your   ticket   to   a   wider variety of dive sites, different marine life, longer dives and a year round dive season
The   PADI   Dry   Suit   Diver   Specialty   course   i s   a   great   way   to   introduce   you   to   dry   suit   diving   techniques   under the   guidance   of   our      PADI   instructors.   When   you   have   the   right   cold   water   scuba   diving   attire,   you   can   stand   up to   the   elements   and   take   advantage   of   the   generally   better   visibility   offered   by   winter   months-especially   at inland   dive   sites   such   as   quarries,   lakes,   sinkholes   and   caves   etc.   As   a   dry   suit   diver,   you’re   equipped   to   go scuba   diving   on   some   of   the   world’s   incredible   dive   sites   in   the   world’s   cooler   regions   that   are   best   enjoyed   in   a dry suit even in their warmer months
Practical skills you’ll master in this course Dry suit familiarization, safety checks entry techniques, bubble check, buoyancy check, descent techniques. Fin   Pivot,   hover,   excess   gas   in   feet   emergency   roll   drill.   Stuck   inflater   emergency   drill,   Stuck   exhaust   valve emergency    drill.    Ascent    procedure,    remove    and    replace    scuba    unit    and    weight    belt    on    the    surface.    Exit techniques, removal of dry suit, storage and maintenance
During   this   dry   suit   course   you''ll   gain   the   knowledge   and   skills   to   safely   don,   dive   with,   doff   a   dry-suit.   Dry suit   buoyancy   control   skills.   Dry   suit   maintenance,   storage   and   basic   repair.   Get   introduced   to   the   different types   of   suits   and   undergarment   (fleece   or   overall-type   garments   worn   under   the   dry   suit)   options.   so   you   can make a very informed decision if considering purchasing a dry suit.
Course Content The course consists of knowledge development, 1 confined water session and 2 open water dives which will cover: The planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards of dry suit diving Proper procedures for buoyancy control Ascent & descent technique training Routine, user-level, preventative maintenance and performance checks on dry suits
Knowledge Development Knowledge   Development   is   based   on   a   self-study   method,   allowing   you   to   study   in   your   own   time,   at   your   own pace.   Home   study   is   backed   up   by   an   academic   session   with   a   PADI   Instructor,   to   ensure   full   understanding   of dry-suit diving theory
Confined Water Session If   you   have   never   experienced   dry   suit   diving   or   if   it   has   been   a   while   since   your   last   dive   you   will   be   required   to complete   a   confined   water   session.   During   this   session   you   will   learn   how   to   use   a   dry-suit   in   the   safe   confines of a swimming pool prior to participating in the open water dives.
Prerequisites: PADI Advanced Open Water Diver certification (or equivalent certification)  Minimum age: 12 years old own drysuit required
Open Water Dives In   the   Mediterranean   on   the   Costa   Blanca   students   will   complete   2   Open   Water   dives   to   certify   as   a   PADI   Dry Suit   Diver.      Each   dive   has   specific   tasks   designed   to   help   students   master   buoyancy   control   and   use   of   the   dry suit whilst diving
Get five specialty ratings including Padi deep diver specialty and Padi navigation diver specialty and you're on your way to becoming a PADI Master Scuba Diver.