PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy
Glide effortlessly, use less air, ascend and descend or hover, almost as if by thought.
The PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy course defines what neutral buoyancy is. Scuba divers like to be neutrally buoyant so they neither sink nor float. Neutral Buoyancy is the key to calm, relaxing enjoyable dives.
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.
Divers who’ve mastered the highest performance levels in buoyancy stand apart. You’ve seen them underwater. They glide effortlessly, use less air and ascend, descend or hover, almost as if by thought. They interact gently with aquatic life and affect their surroundings minimally.
Hanging motionless next to a reef allows you to watch the fascinating life going on in front of you, making sure you do not cause any harm to the underwater environment.
Streamlining your equipment, getting your weight requirement correct, and the positioning of your weight makes a huge difference, learn about this on your Peak Performance Buoyancy course.
To make the most of your new skills, team it up with the PADI Enriched Air Nitrox course for your next holiday, which extends your allowable dive times due to reduced Nitrogen levels, learn more here.
The PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy course refines the basic skills you learned as a PADI Open Water Diver and elevates them to the next level.
During your dives you will learn how to:
- Determine the correct weight you need
- Distribute your weight to perfect your trim
- Streamline your equipment to move efficiently, conserve energy and air
- Hover effortlessly in any position
COURSE PRICE & DURATION: £175 / 1 day course (group course)
PREREQUISITES: Open Water Diver Certification
COURSE CONTENTS: Home Study; Knowledge Development; Open water dives
EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Mask and Snorkel
RECOMMENDED TEXTS: Encyclopedia of Recreational Diving
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