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PADI Deep Diver

PADI Deep Diver

PADI Deep Diver Course in Phuket Thailand with Aussie Divers Phuket

After you first dive there is a natural curiosity to go deeper. Scuba divers are drawn to the deep, there is something mysterious and exciting about it. The PADI Deep Diver Specialty is one of PADI’s most popular scuba diving specialty courses.

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The Best Part

The best part about this course is that it will educate you on safe scuba diving practices that will allow you to explore at greater depths. The PADI Deep Diver specialty course certifies you to go to 40 metres, the deepest you can go in the PADI recreational scuba diving program.

Most Likely Dive Sites

The deepest waters around Phuket are situated at the island of Racha Noi. This is the best place to get you the 40 metres depth for the course. Most PADI Deep Specialties will have at least one day of the course there if not both.

PADI Deep Specialty Aussie Divers

PADI Deep Specialty Aussie Divers

What You Learn

Improve you techniques for diving in the deeper to a depth of 40 metres.
Deep scuba diving equipment safety considerations
Improve your deep diving planning and get experience in doing that,
You will plan, organize and make at least four deep dives along side the watchful eye of your qualified PADI Instructor

Your Next Adventure

A favorite of deep divers is wreck diving and many shipwrecks are often found in the deep water. The PADI Deep Diver course works well with the PADI Wreck Diver course. Often scuba divers decide to do these two specialties consectively.

Other training to consider is the PADI Enriched Air Diver course on your way to PADI Master Scuba Diver

Join the PADI Master Scuba Diver Challenge. If you are a PADI Rescue Diver, with five PADI PADI Specialty Course and 50 logged dives, the you can become the black belt of scuba diving. A PADI Master Scuba Diver.

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