COME TAKE YOUR DIVING TO NEW DEPTHS!
What is considered deep recreational diving?
Diving beyond 60 feet up and potentially up to 130 feet.
Scuba divers like to be free to dive as deep as we need to be. Some divers like to explore what is usually beyond where most aquatic life lives. Some wreck dives and wall dives seem to just call us deeper and deeper. Here in lies the issue. What is deep and why should we be trained to go deeper? Probably the most important point, what's it like to go deep and what kind of training is required to go deep diving.
Minimum age: 15 years old
Pre-requisite: PADI Advanced Open Water (or equivalent) & Medical release signed by physician, and parent/guardian signed release.
Note: we include your educational materials (manual) and your certification card with 2 or 3 training dives depending on your program. Proof of certification required and check out dive (DLD-1) before any Rugged Specialty program is required. You must already be registered to attend Camp. Deep dives require you to have experience and mastery during day time shore dives before attempting a deep dive.
Pick the week you arrive at Camp from the available dates below. Takes about 1.5 hours in total.
Your session will be based on your schedule once you get to camp. Come to the dive locker with your paperwork and your availability on the first day you arrive to schedule your session. Make this one of the first things you firm up once at camp. Do not wait! Preference will be given to partcipants who are pre-registered before their week at camp vs. participants who sign up while at camp.
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