Wreck Specialty
Explore sunken treasures and experience history

Wreck Specialty

10,000 ฿

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  • Prerequisites

    Advanced Certification for SDI Certification

    Deep Speciality 40m for SSI Certification

Shipwrecks are incredibly intriguing spots to dive and they provide a change of scenery from the normal coral reef diving. Not only are shipwrecks havens for marine life, but they’re also pieces of sunken history. But in order to dive around a shipwreck safely, there are a few things you should know, and to penetrate a wreck you must be a certified Wreck Specialty diver.

Being a Wreck Specialty diver means being organized and aware at all times. You will need to be able to plan your dives down to the very last detail by reviewing emergency procedures, techniques, problems, and potential hazards.

During the Wreck Specialty course, you will explore the exterior of a sunken wreck and will become familiar with the preparation and use of lights, air supplies, and special equipment like lines and reels. By the end of the course, you will have an understanding of how to evaluate a wreck site, and decide the level of skill required to complete a safe dive.

The Wreck Specialty course is usually conducted over 2 days.

SDI Certification allows penetration within the light zone.

SSI Certification allows penetration within a linear distance (measured from the surface) of your maximum depth qualification. Example with a 40m certification, if the wreck is at 10m you can penetrate 30m but if the wreck is at 25m only 15m penetration is allowed.

Wreck Specialty divers exploring the HTMS Sattakut

Don’t forget! Because of the extra nitrogen your body builds up while scuba diving, you cannot fly within 24hrs of your last dive.

Are you fit to dive?

Scuba diving is an activity that requires a certain level of physical health. Read this medical questionnaire. If you can answer yes to any of the questions you may require medical clearance to enrol in a diving course. Contact us for more information.


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