If you are at least 18 years old and have an SDI/NAUI Advanced Scuba Diver certification or the equivalent thereof, you can take a Wreck Diver (External Survey) course and start exploring sunken vessels, aircraft, and other amazing wrecks in the underwater world. During your training, you will learn about safety, hazards and cautions, special risks of overhead environments, entanglement, limited visibility, deep diving, equipment, location of wrecks, sources of information, search methods, underwater navigation, legal aspects, artifacts, treasure, salvage, archaeology, and much more. Get ready to start exploring!
Are you fascinated by the ghost ships of the deep? The Diver’s World Wreck Diver (non-penetration) course is for you! Learn techniques for safely exploring all types of sunken treasures.
As long as you are 18 years or older and in good physical condition, you can enroll in a Diver’s World Wreck Diver Specialty course. You will also need to hold an Advanced Scuba Diver Certification.
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Your class fee will cover the costs of class, NAUI training materials, your Instructors and Dive Master, and NAUI Wreck Diver Specialty certification.
Students shall furnish and be responsible for the care and maintenance of their own diving equipment. You will need to have, or rent, all of the redundancy equipment required for the training dives. The instructor shall initially assist the student in checking all student gear to ensure it is adequate and in proper working order.
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A minimum of two open water dives with your instructor are required.
You will need to provide your own transportation, rental equipment, environmental suit and accommodations. Rental equipment is available through Diver’s World. Many of our local dives are within a couple of hours drive (or right here in our own Lake Erie or Presque Isle Bay) and classmates frequently arrange for travel together.