Wrecks have always fascinated divers. Well, the PADI Wreck Diver Specialty course is here to help you unravel their mysteries and secrets. And what a better way than doing so in Bali, site of the majestic USAT Liberty shipwreck, one of the most accessible WWII shipwrecks in the world.
Wrecks are often windows of the past and testimonies left of some great battles or some tragedies. They might also have been sunk on purpose to create new dive sites or become artificial habitats for marine life. Either ships, planes or even cars and buses, wrecks always hide some secrets and treasures waiting for divers to discover them. They usually are rich in marine life and specific inhabitants, making them very interesting places to dive.
So if the mystery of the wreck is calling for you, contact us. We will tell you all about our Wreck Diver Specialty course or other Specialty courses in our area.
The first dive of this PADI Specialty Course may credit as an Adventure Dive toward your Advanced Open Water Diver certification so ask us more about earning credits.
Also, if you are already a certified PADI Advanced Open Water Diver, you might have done the Wreck Adventure dive during your Advanced course. If you still have a log of it, this dive may credit as the first dive of the Wreck Diver Specialty course
All wrecks vary in marine life and environments, so you will get the most variety out of your PADI Wreck Diver Specialty course. To get the most out of your future wreck dives and explorations, we advise you to have a look at completing the PADI Enriched Air Diver or/and the PADI Deep Diver Specialty courses as well. Indeed most wrecks in the world lay deeper than the average normal dive sites, so to extend your exploration and pleasure underwater, you will find those three specialties team up nicely.
If you don’t meet these requirements or require more information, contact us to tailor a package accordingly.