Beyond The Basics

Come take your diving to new depths!

What is considered deep recreational diving?
Diving beyond 60 feet up and potentially up to 130 feet.

Scuba divers like to be free to dive as deep as we need to be. Some divers like to explore what is usually beyond where most aquatic life lives. Some wreck dives and wall dives seem to just call us deeper and deeper. Here in lies the issue. What is deep and why should we be trained to go deeper? Probably the most important point, what's it like to go deep and what kind of training is required to go deep diving.

If you've ever wonder about the above. This class is for you to learn under the supervision and guidance of the dive pro's at Malibu Divers.

The Deep Diver course can build on the skills you acquired as part of the Advanced Diver course to help enable you to make these dives safely and more effectively.


What You Will Learn

  • Covers purpose, problems, hazards, planning, preparation, equipment (additions and modifications), air supplies, personnel, techniques, gas management, emergency procedures (including location and transportation to a hyperbaric chamber) and depth limits for recreational diving.
  • Decompression-related topics include nitrogen narcosis and decompression sickness (definition, cause, symptoms, signs, first aid and prevention) history of decompression, concepts, use of dive computers, definition of terms, problems, principles and techniques.
  • Complete coverage of Repetitive Dive Tables, work sheets, problem solutions, exceptions and dive planning are also included.
  • Altitude diving, flying after diving and hyperbaric chamber access and operation is included, as well as other short- and long-term deep diving hazards.

Minimum Age for this Course: 15 years old 

* Minimum pre-requisite certification level: Adventure Diver or equivalent.

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