Advanced Adventure Weekends
The purpose of this course is to give the diver an overview of 5 different specialties. 5 dives will be done over the weekend. One dive, from each of the specialties, may apply toward a complete specialty certification.
The dives scheduled for the weekend will be Buoyancy, Navigation, Night, Deep & Search & Recovery.
September 26, 29 & 30. September 26 6pm @ Aquatic Adventures. September 29 & 30 @ Gilboa.
Dives at the quarry will be on Saturday, September 29 @ 10am & Sunday, September 30 @ 10am.
Pool/Classroom on September 26 - Must have Advanced Adventure Book and Knowledge review completed by start of the class on the 26th.
QUARRY SCHEDULE: Saturday (Day 1) and Sunday (Day 2)
Day 1 – Meet at the quarry at 10am
3 dives will be done
Dive 1 Buoyancy, Dive 2 Navigation, Dive 3 Night
Day 1 will be all day and will go into the late evening so each diver will need to plan for overnight accommodations and plan on meeting Sunday at 10am.
Day 2 – Meet at the quarry at 10am
2 dives will be done
Dive 4 Deep, Dive 5 Search & Recovery
CLASS COST: $180 + Advanced Adventure Book ($35)
1. SDI Open Water Scuba Diver, SDI Junior Open Water Scuba Diver, or equivalent; juniors can only take specialties approved for their age
2. Minimum age 18, 10 with parental consent
3. Complete the SDI Liability Release and Express Assumption of Risk Form AND SDI Medical Statement Form. Liability Release and Medical statements must be handed in 24 hours before first class date & time. Depending on Medical History, diver may need a physician approval and signature on SDI Medical packet before starting the class
Each diver must provide own Life Support Equipment (Regulator, Alternate, BC, Dive Computer & Compass), own personal equipment (Mask, Snorkel & Fins), and any additional equipment needed to dive in the quarry. This additional equipment includes tanks, weights, thermal protection and dive accessories needed for specific dives. Each diver must provide own primary and backup lights and at least one audio or visual signaling device.
Regulator must be a cold water specific regulator.
BCD must be rated to hold enough weight for diving in colder environments and must provide enough lift for that equipment and weight.
Thermal protection must be appropriate for diver to be comfortable diving in 50-65 degree water for extended amounts of time. This includes all neoprene protection like gloves, hoods and boots.
Each diver will need at least 2 tanks for the weekend.
Each diver will need a primary light, a backup light and an audio or visual signaling device.
Entry to the quarry will be between $25-$30 per day.
Air fills at quarry are usually between $8-$11 per fill.
* A minimum of 4 divers needed for class