Perfect buoyancy control
“Buoyancy control” refers to the balancing of the diver’s downward and upward force by filling the buoyancy jacket accordingly. The jacket is thereby filled with air, in order to balance the weight of the diver. This allows balanced hovering underwater, a vital part of safe diving. Good buoyancy control protects the sensitive underwater world, equipment and diver. The sharp edges of some sea dwellers, such as corals, can cause painful cuts. Plus a diver with good buoyancy control requires less air and can stay underwater for longer. And remaining in control of your own body also means more fun exploring the underwater world.
Course fee: from €120