PADI Deep Specialty Cozumel
The PADI Deep Specialty course consists of four dives over two days, and is designed to teach you how to safely plan, organize and conduct dives to a maximum depth of 40 metres / 130 feet. You will learn new techniques and equipment considerations to help you deal with the physiological effects and practical differences of diving to greater depths.
Many of the premier dive locations in the world feature deeper dives – especially live aboard trips and special interest sites such as wrecks – so the deep specialty is a great choice if you want to expand your diving horizons.
Your no decompression limits are much smaller at greater depths, so a great option is to combine this specialty with an Enriched Air Nitrox course, in order to maximize your bottom time and enjoyment.
|Day 1:||8am to 12pm||Theory Session|
|Day 2:||8am to 3pm||Two Boat Training Dives.|
|Day 3:||8am to 3pm||Two Boat Training Dives.|
|Day 1:||8am to 3pm||Theory Session and 2 Boat Training Dives.|
|Day 2:||8am to 3pm||Theory Session and 2 Boat Training Dives.|
PADI Deep Specialty4 Boat Training Dives
- 1 Classroom Theory Session
- 4 Deep Boat Training Dives
What's Not Included:
PADI Deep Course Details:
The PADI Deep Specialty course consists of two main phases:
1. Knowledge development to understand the techniques and risks involved in deep diving.
3. Four deep open water boat dives to practice your skills and explore.
You will complete two knowledge development sessions in which you discuss the risks and procedures involved in deep diving.
Open Water Training Sessions:
You will make four deep dives over 2 days with your PADI certified instructor to maximum depths of 30 meters/100 feet, 30 meters/100 feet, 40 meters/130 feet and 30 meters/100 feet respectively. At depth, you will practice various deep diving skills including:
- Specialized deep diving equipment.
- Deep dive planning, buddy contact procedures, organization, procedures, techniques, hazards and buoyancy control.
- Managing your gas supply, dealing with gas narcosis and safety considerations.
- Practicing navigation on deep dives
- Recording color changes at depth
- Examining pressure-affected objects under water
- Practicing use of emergency breathing equipment