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Search and Recovery Diver

Search and Recovery Diver

PADI Search and Recovery Diver Course with Aussie Divers Phuket, Thailand

Have you ever dropped something in the water? Are you looking for those valuable lost items”? The PADI Search and Recovery Diver Specialty course will help you learn the most effective ways to find missing objects underwater and safely bring them to the surface. Whether big, small or just plain awkward, there is a way to get them to the surface. This is PADI’s most useful Specialty course.

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The Best Part

Find those valuable lost items and lift them to the surface. It’s fun to use the lift bag. Not only are these skills fun, but very practical and ultimately useful because eventually, you’ll lose something in the water. It can also be very profitable. As a Search and Recovery Diver, you’ll know how to search for and recover it.

What You Learn

Search and recovery dive planning, organization, procedures, techniques and how to deal with potential problems
How to locate large and small objects using search patterns
How to use a lift bag and other recovery methods
Limited visibility search techniques

Your Next Adventure

The PADI Underwater Navigator course can help you perfect your navigation skills and help you get to those lost items quicker and easier.

Learning to scuba dive has never been easier than with Aussie Divers Phuket. The Best in Phuket

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