Scuba Diving Lessons: Our PADI Wreck Diver Course
Our PADI Wreck Diver course is the gateway to the ultimate diving experiences. You will be able to explore history by diving sunken shipwrecks, airplanes, and even cars.
Diving a wreck is like exploring the past. Sometimes that past is full of mysteries. After completing our PADI Wreck Diver course, you will be able to dive any wreck anywhere in the world that is within recreational diving limits.
Many wrecks have mysteries. You can unlock those mysteries if you pay attention and venture where few scuba divers have ever been before.
Out PADI Wreck Diver course is one of our most popular courses. You do not want to miss it! It will teach you how to dive a wreck safely and appropriately. By the end, you will be able to unravel these submerged mysteries.
Where can you take our wreck scuba diving class?
You can take our PADI Wreck Diver course at our dive shops in Mactan, Cebu and Boracay. Both areas have nice wrecks to explore.
Mactan also has a wreck at 50 meters (160 feet) that is perfect for our technical wreck diving course.
You can walk in, or call us from your smartphone by tapping the phone icon at the bottom of this page.
Also, you can contact us by email via the form below. Be sure to give us an estimated date when you would like to start this course.
Wreck Diver course Boracay
- PADI Wreck Diver Course
- Number of dives: 2 to 4
- Duration: 2 days
- Price: PHP 20,500 includes certification
Wreck Diver course Mactan, Cebu
For Mactan, Cebu, please contact us. We have many options for recreational wreck diving and technical wreck diving.
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Why do i need to learn how to scuba dive on a wreck.
Diving a wreck can be extremely dangerous even with training. There are many inherent dangers linked to wrecks that you are not aware of when you start scuba diving.
There are many types of wrecks all around the world. Each one has its risks, as well as ways to safely penetrate.
You need to learn how to move appropriately inside a wreck without disturbing the marine life or kicking up silt. Floating silt will reduce your visibility, or worsen visibility that may already be poor.
Sharp pieces of metal and dangling objects can hurt you. You need to learn how to recognize potential dangers so you can avoid them.
You also need to learn how to avoid getting lost inside a wreck. You will learn how to follow a guide line or use an exploration reel.
During our PADI Wreck Diver course, you will learn:
First of all, you will learn about safety. You will learn signaling with a flashlight, using exploration reels, and:
- safety procedures for exploring wrecks
- proper mapping of a wreck and applying penetration lines for guide exploration
- skills for diving inside the wreck and consideration of its contents for safety
- different finning techniques to avoid silt build up
And much more.
When can you start taking our PADI Wreck Diver course?
Right now, if you wish!
You can contact us online by filling out the form below. Or, you can call us from your smartphone by tapping the phone icon at the bottom of this page. Also, you can walk into any of our dive shops or dive centers.
We recommend that you download, print, and complete the medical statement. This will accelerate your enrollment at our dive shop.
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The scuba diving gear used during our Wreck Diver course includes:
Standard scuba diving gear, mask and snorkel, BCD (buoyancy compensator device), exposure suit/wetsuit, fins, underwater flashlight, two spare flashlights, diving spools, and a reel are all included.
Your instructor may suggest more options regarding the equipment needed for this course.
Your course includes more than just the scuba gear and specialized gear, however. It also includes a towel, fresh drinking water, use of a shower, and more.
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SSI Wreck Diving Course