Buoyancy control is one of the necessary habits of diving. It is more than just a set of skills and it takes work and time. The Peak Performance Buoyancy class is merely a clinic that gives divers a chance to develop the skills to truly hone their buoyancy.
The Peak Performance Buoyancy course requires two open water dives to fulfill the course. On those dives, students are required to demonstrate an advanced level of buoyancy control throughout their time in the water. We typically conduct these dives at Dutch Springs, a scuba park in Pennsylvania, on one of our weekend trips throughout the dive season from May through October.
Divers simply need their personal dive gear (mask, fins, boots, and snorkel) and basic scuba gear (BC, regulators, dive computer, wetsuit.) Of course, the basic scuba equipment is rentable from Pan Aqua Diving. Students will also need dive gloves which are available for purchase.
Divers must be PADI Open Water certified and be at least 10 years of age.
Course: $199 (includes course materials)
Open Water Dives: $199 (includes transportation, entrance fees to Dutch Springs, instructional fees, certification costs, tanks, and weights)
Basic Scuba Gear (BC, Regulators, Dive Computer, and Wetsuit): Available to Rent
May 15th, June 27th, July 24th, September 11th, or do it privately for an additional $30.