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Advanced Scuba Diver/Junior           Advanced Scuba Diver

Enroll in a NAUI Advanced Diver Course to explore new dive sites and undertake exclusive activities under the supervision of a NAUI Instructor. This course allows individuals to learn about specialties and diving activities of particular interest. Your confidence and skill as a diver will increase while you experience the excitement of learning more about the underwater world.


During training, students complete a minimum of six open-water dives, including three separate dives for navigation, night or low visibility diving, and deep diving (130 feet/40 meters of maximum depth), plus three additional dives based on your individual preferences and available options.
Possible activities include:

  • Search and recovery
  • Boat diving
  • Light salvage
  • Hunting and collecting
  • Exploration and underwater mapping
  • Wreck diving (non-penetration)
  • Observation and data collecting
  • Diving in surf or currents
  • Altitude diving
  • Salt Water diving (in areas where most diving is in fresh water)
  • Fresh water diving (in areas where most diving is in salt water)
  • Shore diving
  • Diving for photos and videos
  • Using dive computers


                           Get Started

The  Advanced Scuba Diver course is for certified divers who desire additional training or orientation to a variety of diving sites and conditions. Divers must be a minimum of 10 years of age, in good health and must be previously certified as a NAUI Scuba Diver or equivalent.

   *** Optional $50 Nitrox Certification Upgrade


     START YOUR TRAINING NOW (BELOW)

                

Things You Will Need for Your Class

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Advanced Training Dives

Your NAUI Advanced class will consist of 6 dives which will be discussed with your Instructor.

The core required dives will be:

  --Night or Limited Visibility    (Lights required-NOT included in course fee)

  --Deep Dive-100'--130'             (Lights required-NOT included in course fee)

  --Navigation 

  -- and three other elective dives to be decided by your class & Instructor


 

Dive Lights

When a diver decides to embark upon a dive requiring dive ligts a few things should be considered. Divers must have a main and back up light in good working order. Also it is highly recomended that

each diver have a marker light attatched to his tank (cylum stick or reusable powered marker light). 

Lights are not cheap!! Be carfull what you buy. Imagine your light dying on you in the middile of your dive to 80 or 100'.

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