The PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy course combines the basic set skills you learned as PADI Open Water Diver and brings them to a higher level.
What is the neutral setting? Divers want to be “neutral” so that they do not sink or float and that can be a bit complex. Those who master their trim best are distinguished immediately. You will have seen them, underwater without any effort, consuming less air, going back and down in a controlled manner and hovering almost with just thinking. They interact with water life in a gentle way and have little influence over what surrounds them.
What you learn
• How to place your underwater equipment so that it is perfectly balanced in water.
• The tricks to determine the ballast, so it is not too light or too heavy
• How to make them hydrodynamic, to save air and move in the water with sweetness
• How to do hovering effortlessly both vertically and horizontally
• Once you have completed the repetition of your knowledge and practical parts, your certification will be issued as PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy.
Minimum age: 10 years
Knowledge development: 1 lesson
Water lessons: 2 dives
Prerequisites: PADI (Junior) Open Water Diver – PADI Advanced Open Water Diver or qualification issued by another Educational Organization.
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