Night Divers aren’t afraid of the dark
Gone are the day critters – hiding for protection from the night time predators. What you see is in the beam of your flashlight. You’ll notice the tiniest of fish, crabs, shrimps etc.. You’ll realize just how much you miss seeing on an average dive. There is so much to see, the walls and reefs are so alive at night!
What You Learn
- Night dive planning, organization, procedures, techniques and potential problems
- How to control your buoyancy at night
- Entries, exits and underwater navigation at night
- Nocturnal aquatic life, since many of the plants and animals you’ll see are different
You may be able to Get College CreditThe British Columbia Ministry of Education (External Credentials Program for Industrial and Occupational Courses) has approved these courses for school credit: PADI Open Water Diver course (2 credits), PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course (4 credits) and PADI Rescue Diver (4 credits). Grade 10, 11 and 12 students simply present their PADI certification cards to the school administration to apply for credit. for the Drysuit Diver course.
How To Start Today
If you are a Junior Open Water Diver who is at least 10 years old you can sign up for the Night Diver Certification Course and start reading your Night Diver Manual and watching the Night Diver Video.
Get Credit! The first dive of this PADI Specialty Diver
Scuba diving is a way to explore the underwater world in new and different ways.
PADI Specialty Diver courses teach you new techniques and give you the tools to
enhance your exploration. You can take courses close to home or while on a scuba
vacation. course may credit as an Adventure Dive toward your Advanced Open Water Diver certification.
- Combine the course with the PADI Advanced Diver Course