Observe aquatic life without disturbing their surroundings. Improve the buoyancy skills you learned as a new diver and elevate them to the next level.
Excellent buoyancy control is what defines skilled scuba divers. You’ve seen them underwater. They glide effortlessly, use less air and ascend, descend or hover almost as if by thought. They more easily observe aquatic life without disturbing their surroundings. You can achieve this, too. The PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty course improves the buoyancy skills you learned as a new diver and elevates them to the next level.
PADI (Junior) Open Water Divers or higher, who are at least 10 years old, are eligible to take the Peak Performance Buoyancy course.
To enrol in a PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Course, you need to:
During two scuba dives, you’ll learn how to:
- Determine the exact weight you need, so you’re not too light or too heavy.
- Trim your weight system and scuba gear so you’re perfectly balanced in the water.
- Streamline to save energy, use air more efficiently and move more smoothly through the water.
- Hover effortlessly in any position – vertical or horizontal.
Get credit! The first dive of this PADI Specialty Diver course may credit as an Adventure Dive toward your Advanced Open Water Diver certification – ask your instructor about earning credit.
It’s best to use your own scuba equipment, including a weight system, so that you fine-tune your buoyancy in gear you’ll use on every dive. Your Phoenix PADI Instructor can help you find the equipment that is best for you and your diving adventures.
As soon as you sign up (added the course to your cart and payment cleared) with Phoenix Divers to do your PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialist Course, you will receive an email with the learning information you need.
You will get access to your PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Manual and Peak Performance Buoyancy video.
Your Phoenix Divers PADI Instructor will then contact you about scheduling time for practical in-water training.
You will undergo 3 practical days, usually over weekends