SOLO DIVE COURSE BALI
Whilst the buddy system is a great way to dive, there may be situations when divers have to rely on themselves to dive safely or would choose to explore on their own.
Only the genuine solo diving qualification allow divers to be independant from a dive buddy.
The objective of this course is to train divers to the benefits, hazards, and proper procedures for diving solo.
Upon successful completion of this course, graduates may explore solo diving activities.
Who is it for? Underwater photographers who prefer to take all the time in the world to get that perfect shot, divers booking single spaces on charters or liveaboards who would like to avoid diving with less qualified buddies, dive professionals who frequently find themselves looking after non-certified divers and those who would simply like to dive more safely.
Whilst this Solo Dive course in Bali can be taught on its own with a single cylinder and a pony bottle, we recommend a combination with the Sidemount Diver course, so you will do at least 4 dives.
The course covers:
- Equipment considerations
- Gas planning
- Contingency planning & emergencies
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