Deep Diver

Are you fascinated by the thought of deep diving? If you’re at least 18 years old and have a NAUI Advanced Scuba Diver certification or the equivalent, you can enroll in a Deep Diver course. In this course, you’ll learn the knowledge and skills you need to plan and make enjoyable deep dives while minimizing the risks involved.

Although this course does not teach decompression techniques, you will learn about decompression procedures, such as nitrogen narcosis and decompression sickness, and how to use dive computers to avoid the need for staged decompression. You will also learn about the purpose, problems, hazards, planning, preparation, equipment, air supplies, personnel, techniques, gas management, emergency procedures, and depth limits for recreational diving. Deep diving is defined as dives made between 60 feet (18 meters) and 130 feet (40 meters).

Get Started

Minimum age for this course is 18 years plus certification as a NAUI Advanced Diver or equivalent.

Planning Ahead

Technical divers are a special breed of scuba diver who enjoy pushing the limits of depth and time. They explore overhead environments such as caves and shipwrecks, and use specialized equipment to do so. If you’re interested in learning more about technical diving, the NAUI Introduction to Technical Diving course is a great place to start.

What’s Next?

Complete your details and brief introduction to begin the registration process.