We will be running the PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Diver course on Sunday 13th March.
Mastering neutral buoyancy means controlling where you are in the water, you glide effortlessly over coral reefs, taking in the beautiful aquatic life whilst ensuring that you don’t disturb or damage it. Buoyancy control means longer dive time due to reduced air consumption.
You will need to do a small amount of home study before the course, this is all now done with the digital PADI home study eLearning material. You don’t need to come to the shop to get the course arranged and access your digital home study, this part of the course can all be arranged via email or phone, the course can be paid for via BACS or credit card, we will then send you the code for your home study, with instructions how to do this. Of course it would be great to see you, so you can drop into the centre to arrange the course as well. You do however have to turn up in person for the dives 😉
The water temperature in March is usually around 7 degrees, we HIGHLY recommend you are Drysuit trained before taking this course for thermal protection. If you are not drysuit trained, we are running the PADI Drysuit Course lake dives over this weekend, with the pool orientation on Sunday 27th February, take that course instead, we can then arrange to do the Peak Performance Buoyancy course with you another time.