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Wreck Diver

"Diving on wrecks means diving in the past –
and it is always related with a certain thrill…"

ssiIt is an unbelievable experience to see a big ship from a bird’s perspective and to glide towards the captain`s bridge. But there are also tragedies related to wrecks. Diving on wrecks is exciting and there are some potential risks too, but with the right training WRECK DIVING will become a great adventure.

During the WRECK DIVING SPECIALTY COURSE you will learn where and how to get background information
on wrecks, how to locate wrecks and how to prepare for a wreck dive. During the 2 mandatory dives you will apply the correct wreck diving techniques, as well as, evaluate and avoid the potential risks while diving on wrecks.

If you want to learn more about WRECK DIVING, you can buy the manual or the DVD even if you don't want to sign up for the course.

WRECK DIVING SPECIALTY COURSE Content:

The primary goal of any SSI Specialty course is to
teach you important skills in a fun environment. All courses are taught using home study, short academic sessions, and in-water training.

Combine other specialties while taking the WRECK DIVING course! UNDERWATER DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY or DEEP DIVING are great add ons. The possibilities
are limitless!

padiYou drift down and pass through a window into the past. As you near the bottom, a recognizable shape begins to form. First, you see a straight line, then a round window. Next, a ship materializes in front of you. As you look at the wreck, past and the present meet.

Whether sunk intentionally or tragically, whether a sunken ship, a plane or an automobile, the call of wrecks is nearly irresistible to divers. Through the
PADI Wreck Diver Specialty course, you get the skills, knowledge and procedures you need to answer the
call of wreck diving.