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SDI Wreck Diver - 沉船潛水員(及教練課程)


  • 1 小
  • 港幣$3900 - $4800
  • 水渠道


Wreck diving can be one of the most exciting aspects of sport diving, however every effort must be made to maximize safe diving techniques. The SDI Wreck Diver Course will discuss the equipment and techniques commonly employed while wreck diving. This course may be taught as a non-penetration, 2 dives required, or as a limited-penetration course, requiring 3 dives. Limited-penetration is defined as a swim through or within the ambient light of entry point. Who this course is for: Individuals who wish to know more about the wreck diving including: Researching wrecks Mapping wrecks Proper use of lines while wreck diving Exploring underwater history Course prerequisites: SDI Open Water Scuba Diver, or equivalent Minimum age 18, 15 for limited penetration course with parental consent Minimum age 10 with parental consent for a non-penetration course Junior Open Water Divers may not participate in any penetration activities or dives deeper than 18 metres/60 feet Divers must have a deep diver specialty certification or be able to provide proof of experience in order to dive deeper than 18 metres/60 feet in this course What you can expect to learn: The SDI Wreck Diver course takes an in-depth look at all of the following and more: Why wreck dive? Surface supports Communications, when and if necessary Back-up procedures Buddy system Buddy contact Contact with varied visibility Buddy lines Line signals Buddy positioning in close proximity Navigation/charting Usage of the slate Larger than normal Pre-dive marking Pre-planning the dive using charts, other information Directional determination Disorientation With/without buddy Lost buddy Light failure Emergency procedures Special equipment Lights: primary and backup, size, burn time, and usage Knifes and cutting devices Limited visibility diving Silt-out Psychological considerations Light usage Importance of light and backup Dark vision, don’t shine light in buddy’s eyes Life lines and reels Type of line Tie-offs Directional markers Line handling and reeling must be practiced on land prior to performing this skill underwater Special emergency procedures Safe Wreck Hazardous or otherwise unsafe wrecks Mapping the wreck Vertical, horizontal, and feature identification


  • Tung Lok Building, 34-36 Nullah Road, 太子香港


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