You’ve all seen those divers. You know – the ones who seem to move through the water without the slightest effort. Those scuba divers are neutrally buoyant, which means they don’t sink or float while diving. Achieving neutral buoyancy is no easy feat, which is why divers who have mastered the skill stand apart from the others. If you want to become neutrally buoyant and become a better scuba diver, take the PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy specialty course.
In the PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy specialty course, you’ll learn important skills that will make you a better, more advanced scuba diver.
This specialty course will teach you:
- How to trim your scuba gear so you can find balance while diving.
- How to determine the exact weight so you’re never too light or heavy in the water.
- Techniques to save air, glide more smoothly, and hover in vertical and horizontal positions.
Overall, this specialty will teach you how to be in control of your buoyancy while in the water. After taking the PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy specialty course, diving will become more enjoyable. You won’t have to spend as much time trying to stay on the right path, because you will finally be able to move effortlessly through the water like the divers you have envied in the past. With more buoyancy control, you can take more time to enjoy your surroundings and the unique sights underwater.
Becoming neutrally buoyant doesn’t just benefit you. It also benefits the underwater world. When you are able to ascend, descend or hover easily with full control, you’ll have less impact on the underwater environment.