PADI Wreck Diver Course

PADI Wreck Diver Course

Brand: PADI


 PADI Wreck Diver Course

The PADI Wreck Diver Course is for certified Advanced Divers, looking to be introduced to wreck diving. The PADI Wreck Diver program provides training and experience to safely dive around wrecks, but does not include penetration skills. You will cover wreck diving and the law; wreck diving hazards, wreck diving techniques & wreck research. Depths shall not exceed 39m.

You will finish your training with two fabulous dives on wreck of the recently sunk Ex-HMAS Adelaide

You will need:

Mask, snorkel, fins & boots, Appropriate insulation, Dive cylinder, BCD, Regulator with alternate air source and bottom timer, 2 torches, Knife, Whistle, Surface Marker Buoy, and Slate & pencil.

Nice to have: Sling cylinder and a reel

Book a Wreck Scuba Diving course now

The PADI Wreck Diver program is a fun program designed to introduce you to enjoyable wreck diving. You will dive popular wrecks while being introduced to the skills of wreck diving. All your dives will be boat dives. The program is conducted over one weekend using your recreational diving equipment. The instructor will supply specialised equipment as required.

Get your Deep Scuba Diver and PADI Wreck Diver Certification together and save!

The PADI Deep Diver program is designed to introduce you to deeper diving between 18m and 39m. It is for people who wish to learn deeper diving techniques and safety procedures.

The program consists of 4 boat dives over one week-end. Suitable for all divers with an Advanced certification.

Completing both courses together is normall $950. $850 for Team Members

2017 Course Dates

17th May, 16th August, 15th November

Course fees are $525 per course or $495 for Team Members.

 

 Two Academic Sessions
  • Course Overview
  • Wreck diving planning & procedures
  • Wreck diving techniques
  • Wreck diving equipment
  • Wreck hazards
  • Preparation of wreck diving equipment
  • Limited visibility techniques
  • Emergency procedures
  • Course Summary

 Saturday Dive #1

  • Royal Sheppard or other similar local wreck
  • Recommended depth 30m
  • Map a section of the wreck
  • SBR

Saturday Dive #2

  • Diving the Centurion
  • Orientation to limited visibility wreck diving
  • Orientation to using reels

Sunday Dive #3

  • Ex-HMAS Adelaide
  • Recommended depth 30m to 39m
  • Wreck navigation techniques
  • SBR
  • Simulated 8 minute deco at 5m

Sunday Dive # 4

  • Ex-HMAS Adelaide
  • Recommended depth 20m to 30m
  • Underwater tour