Good buoyancy control is an essential skill for all divers to master, allowing you to conserve air and energy as you swim more efficiently. The Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty concentrates on diagnosing and addressing some of the more common buoyancy problems.
Our PADI Instructors will help you perfect proper weighting and distribution, efficient kicking and finning techniques and neutral buoyancy.
You will see the benefit of good buoyancy control in improved air consumption and greater control in the water. Protecting both the aquatic environment and your dive equipment as you hover motionless over the coral reef whilst taking that perfect photo.
Peak Performance Buoyancy Pre-Requisites
Students must be certified as a PADI Open Water Diver, PADI Junior Open Water Diver or have a qualifying certification from another training organisation.
Minimum age 10.
All students must fill in a PADI Medical Questionnaire prior to participation.
What will I do?
The course consists of a knowledge development session and two open water dives which will cover:
Peak Performance Buoyancy fundamentals
Use of PADI’s ‘Basic Weighting Guidelines’
An opportunity to practice and perfect your buoyancy
Knowledge Development is based on a self-study method, allowing you to study in your own time, at your own pace, backed up by an academic session with a PADI Instructor, to ensure full understanding of theory.
Open Water Dives - Students must complete two open water dives to certify as a PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Diver. Each dive has specific tasks designed to guide students on weight distribution, perfect buoyancy techniques and efficient finning.
2 Open Water Dives - 1 Day at a UK inland dive site
Includes all equipment hire, air, tuition, PADI Peak Perfomance Bouyancy Manual, swimming pool fees, PADI Certification fee. Not entry fees to inland dive sites.
How do I sign up?
To book your place please call or email us. A non-refundable deposit is required on booking to secure your place, and you will be issued with your training materials and confirmation of the start date.
Now that you have perfected your buoyancy, why not put these skills to good use by enrolling on our PADI Digital Underwater Photography Specialty course. Learn the techniques to get the best results out of your underwater camera on your next diving holiday.
How much does it cost?
Peak Performance Diver course costs
£120 per person