Asian Diver (English)



WRECK DIVING IS an incredibly enriching and humbling experience for any diver, but before you can begin your wreck adventure, having the proper skills and knowledge is essential for a safe and responsibl­e wreck dive. These courses will equip you in areas such as diving technique, communicat­ion, planning, use of special equipment, and navigation.

Some schools offer an all-in-one course that trains the diver in both nonpenetra­tion and limited-penetratio­n wreck diving, while other schools have separate courses for each. Deciding on which school to enroll at and which course to take should depend on what you are comfortabl­e with and what you wish to achieve as a wreck diver. SSI WRECK DIVING


This programme gives you the skills and knowledge required to safely dive above and around the historical treasures of the ocean. If you are at least 10 years old and have an Open Water certificat­ion, you can earn the SSI Wreck Diving certificat­ion after completing this programme. The maximum depth varies with age.

The course includes:

• Online theoretica­l training

• One optional pool session

• Two open water dives

• A total of six to 10 hours of training


This programme provides the knowledge and experience required to conduct limited-penetratio­n dives into wreck overhead environmen­ts. You will learn how to use specialise­d buoyancy and finning techniques, lay safety line, and the proper use of lights, while wearing a standard or Extended Range equipment configurat­ion. If you are 16 years old and above, have at least 24 logged dives, and certified in Deep Diving, Wreck Diving, EAN Nitrox, and Advanced Open Water Diver, you will earn the SSI Advanced Wreck Diving Specialty certificat­ion after completing four open water dives over a period of 12 hours.

For more informatio­n, go to­nge-advanced-wreck-diving-168.html

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