Why the Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty?
What is neutral buoyancy? Divers prefer to be neutrally buoyant, which means that they neither sink nor float up. And that can be pretty difficult. Divers who´ve mastered the fine art of buoyancy control clearly stand out from others.
You have already seen them underwater for yourself. They glide effortlessly, consume less air, and rise and fall and hover in the open water as if it were the simplest thing in the world. The PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy course or SDI Advanced Buoyancy Diver refines the basic buoyancy skills that you have already learned in the SDI or Padi Open Water Diver course and takes them to a higher level.
What do you learn?
The exciting part of this course is that you’ll hone your buoyancy skills and bring them to a whole new level that you never would have thought possible.
You’ll learn to:
- Trim your weights & scuba gear to find your perfect position and balance underwater.
- Determine the exact weight you need – and not a gram more so as not to be too light or too heavy.
- Streamline yourself so you move elegantly through the water and consume less air.
We recognize that neutral buoyancy is an essential diving skill. That’s why we offer this specialty course to you free of charge.
What does that mean exactly?
You pay for your dives as usual, just like you would otherwise do it. There’s no extra charge for the specialty theory and training with us.
The cost for this Diving specialty course only amount to the certification costs of the desired diving association.