SSI Deep Diving Course

SSI Deep Diving Course

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Many exciting dive sites are located in deeper water. Without proper training, this kind of diving puts you at risk. The SSI Deep Diving Specialty will give you the ability to safely and comfortably plan and conduct dives beyond 18 meters and is a prerequisite for some advanced training. You will earn the SSI Deep Diving Specialty certification after completing this program.

Course Tuition: $225.00

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SSI Deep Diving Specialty Class Tuesday March 10, 2020 06:30 PM   +$225.00

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Many of the more exciting, intriguing dive sites are found in deeper water. Without proper training this kind of diving can put you at risk. To plan your dives properly you must first know how to prevent any of the potential risks involved in deep diving. This course will provide you with the information to make deep dives comfortably and confidently. Our goal is to prepare you for you journey. Taking SSI's Deep Diving program provides in-depth information on the necessary equipment, skills, knowledge, and experience required to safely conduct recreational deep dives. Minimum of 3 open water dives required. Boat charter and fees apply if ocean dives are conducted. Equipment required: Surface Marker Buoy and spool or reel. Bundle with SSI's Altitude Diving Specialty if diving locally or the Boat Diving Course if ocean diving!
  • Completed Medical History Form with doctor's signature if required.
  • Risk Awareness verification required.
  • Minimum Age: 15 years old.
  • Prerequisite: Referral Diver or equivalent.
  • Boat charter required separately if conducted in Monterey.
  • Download the Medical Statement here
Something new Review by Jeff
It isn't really complicated. There are some conversions and a some safety realities. The actual dive was in Tahoe and it was cold at 122 feet. (Posted on 10/18/2019)

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