Step right Into history and penetrate beyond the light zone. The Wreck Driver Specialty Course is intended as a safe, supervised introduction to wreck diving, with emphasis on fun and safety. See Two of the Japanese Shipwrecks of world war II at Samal lslands (as training and exploration site).
PADI Wreck Diver Course teaches you the ins ad outs of rewarding, responsible wreck diving. The purpose of the course is to familiarize divers with the skills, knowledge, planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems, hazards and excitement of diving with wrecks. Although wreck diving is often associated with penetration inside the shipwrecks; however, other wreck structures are also considered wreck diving such as diving in platforms, automobiles, or sunken aircrafts. NOTE: Many shipwrecks are often found in deeper water. That’s why the PADI Wreck Diver Course is a natural companion of the PADI Deep Diver Course. Sometimes you can take these two specialties concurrently.
- Processing of PADI Wreck Diver Specialty License (C-card) in Australia.
- Free use of Dive Computer & Scuba Diving Equlpment (BCD, Regulator, Wet Suit, Weight belt, Tanks, Facemask and snorkel, and Fins).
- Wreck Diver Manual.
- Four Open Water Dives.
- Resort Fee.
- Dive Boat.
- Souvenir shirt
PREREQUISlTE: Must be 15 years or older and have already completed the PADI Advanced Open Water Diving Course or qualifying rating.
All courses are taught in strict adherence to PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) standards and prices. We keep group sizes small to ensure you receive maximum beneﬁt from your tuition. This also minimizes negative impact on the reefs. Our emphasis is on safety, fun and personal service within a relaxed and stress-free environment.
When planning activities, allow 18 hours after SCUBA diving before flying at 1000+ feet of altitude.
100% PADI Public Advisory
In lieu of the increasing demand of PADI Courses in the Philippines and around the globe, PADI Organization would like to advise diving enthusiasts to be more vigilant with fly-by-night Divemasters and Instructors acting as PADI Professionals.
For Quality Management of the Diving Programs and Safety of our diving community, please verify the membership credential status of your Divemaster and/or Instructor to the PADI website.