Open Up A Depth Of New Dive Sites

Diving deeper than the entry level depth of 60′ is not difficult, but it does have its own set of concerns and procedures that is important to address. Shorter no decompression times, increased possibly of narcosis and faster air consumption all require enhanced vigilance on part of the buddy team. This class addresses those practices to make diving deeper a rewarding and safe experience.

Pre Requisites

15 years of age
PADI Advanced Open Water Diver or PADI Adventure Diver (or other qualifying certification)


$150 / diver which includes student manual, all instruction, 1 pool dive, 4 open water dives and certification.

Deduct $20 / diver if you are have your PADI Advanced Open Water Diver certification or you did your Deep Adventure Dive during your PADI Adventure Diver class.

You are responsible for travel expenses, any park or dive site admission & any equipment needs.

Equipment Needed

Personal Gear: Mask, snorkel, fins, boots, logbook, knife or diver tool, SMB w/ spool or reel.

Diving System: Tank, BCD with low pressure inflator, primary regulator and alternate air source, SPG, depth gauge or dive computer, compass, quick release weight system and weights, adequate exposure protection, one audible emergency surface signaling device, dive computer or RDP w/ timing device.

We offer special pricing on rental Diving Systems for our students – contact our store for more information.

Links To Other Programs

The deep dive in your PADI Advanced Open Water class can be credited toward your PADI Deep Diver class.Your PADI Deep Diver certification also meets some prerequisites for your PADI Master Scuba Diver certification.

Want more adventure? Check out our introduction to technical diving – PADI Tec Basics.

2022 Schedule

Class & Pool
TGADC AquaCenter
6:30pm - 10:30pm
Certification Dives
Mermet Springs
9:00am - 5:00pm
June 2June 5
August 11August 14
October 5October 16