Diver Propulsion Vehicle “DPV” offers a thrilling way to see a lot of underwater territory in a brief amount of time. They scoot you through the water without kicking or effort.
Whether making a shore dive or diving from a boat, a DPV is a great way to see more and have a blast doing it.
The course includes 2 dives but if you have completed a PDV dive during your PADI Advanced Open Water course then this can be credited towards your Specialty – this means that you only have to complete 1 dive.
The PADI DPV course can be completed in 2 days. The course consist of two parts “1 day theory and 2 adventure dives but if you have completed a PDV dive during your PADI Advanced Open Water course then this can be credited towards your Specialty.
|Theory||1 Classroom session||PDC Classroom||Sunday, Monday or Tuesday||Morning or Afternoon
Approximately 2 hours
|Adventure Dives||2 Sea Dives||Sealine Beach||Friday or Saturday||Morning
Approximately 4 hours
What You’ll Learn
- Diver propulsion vehicle dive planning organization, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards
- Equipment considerations
- Diver etiquette and how to avoid harming fragile aquatic life
- Certification counts toward the PADI Master Scuba Diver rating.