(Solo Diver) Course
Learn to Dive Solo!
To develop the skills of planning and carrying out dives without a partner when preferred or necessary
To sharpen skills of diving self-reliance, making the diver a stronger partner in a dive pair or team
Self-Reliant Certification Qualifies Divers to:
Make solo dives when the environmental factors and dive level of the given dive are appropriate for your skill level and experience
At least Advanced Open Water certified
18 years old
100 logged dives
RSTC Medical Form signed by a Doctor if the diver has any medical conditions. Download the Medical Form Here
What is Involved?
Knowledge Development (classroom)
(3) -Open Water Dives
Required Course Materials:
PADI requires no course materials
Required Course Equipment:
Standard scuba equipment (BCD, regulator, mask, snorkel, fins, wetsuit, tanks, and weights)
Surface marker buoy or DSMB with at least 100' of line
Redundant gas source (one of the following):
- Pony cylinder (30 cu/ft or larger)
- Twin cylinders with or without isolation
Redundant depth gauge and bottom timer, or dive computer
Redundant surface signaling device
Slate and pencil
How Many Students In The Course?
We are Proud to Offer PRIVATE / SEMI PRIVATE COURSES!
Our courses are smaller allowing us to focus on your every need along the way of becoming a great diver. We take an average of 3 students per instructor. Some of our courses are PRIVATE, 1 on 1 Instruction.
How Long Is The Course?
This course is normally completed over the course of one day.
No Hidden Fees:
This course includes rental equipment, additional air fills, and certification fees.
PADI Self-Reliant Diver (Solo Diver)-- $350
Includes: Rental Equipment, Additional Air Fills, Course Tuition, & Certification Fee