Ask any dive professional what skill separates the upper and lower echelons of dive proficiency, and you’ll almost always get the same answer: buoyancy control. Few skills can do as much for you as peak performance buoyancy. It’s a skill that reaches into every dive, no matter where or what you’re doing. It saves you air, it saves you energy and it makes your diving more fun. It helps you avoid damage to the environment, and it distinguishes you as a skilful diver.

Prerequisites

   PADI (Junior) Open Water Diver (or qualifying certification from another training organisation)
   10 years or older


Duration

   1 Day
   2 Dives



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