PADI Drift Diver

Drift diving is one of the most exhilarating feelings a diver can experience. Flying through the water while observing aquatic life, rock formations or ship wrecks is just beyond words to describe. As much as it is fun, this course also makes you a better diver as buoyancy control, DSMB use, buddy and group awareness, among other skills, are all taken to the next level. This is one of our favorite courses to teach! This PADI specialty course intended for divers who want to:

  • Become a better diver
  • Improve buoyancy
  • Improve trim and diving position
  • Improve DSMB use
  • Experience next level of fun in diving

To enroll in this course:

Once payment has been made, you will receive an email with a link to your eLearning material.  Studying online offers amazing flexibility as you study at your own pace and use interactive platform developed by PADI.  Please commit 2-4 hours for Drift Diver Specialty  eLearning.  eLearning must be complete before we engage in Open Water dives.  Instructor will support you during eLearning if required.

There will be total of two open water dives done at Niagara River, Ontario.  Niagara River drift dives offer exciting bottom formations, old artifacts and friendly fish which just seem to love following drift divers along!  We will do our Open Water dives over one day during a weekend.  We will put together dive schedule logistics considering weather and participants' schedule, but usually we do these dives on Saturdays.  This course qualifies as one of the specialties towards your Master Scuba Diver accreditation.

Included in the course's price:

  • PADI Drift Diver eLearning
  • Two instructional Open Water Drift Dives
  • Instructor's support during your eLearning
  • Certification card
  • Tanks with Air

NOT included in the course's price:

  • BCD
  • Regulator Set (First Stage, Second Stage, Second Stage Alternate, SPG with depth read out)
  • Mask, Snorkel, Fins, Weights
  • Wetsuit/Drysuit
  • Whistle
  • DSMB

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