GOING IT ALONE.......... Think Redundancy?
THINK ABOUT IT! - All Scuba Dives should be conducted as if
they were a Solo Dive, It is when diving with a Buddy, that the
dive will become a Social Activity. DO NOT BET 100% of YOUR SAFETY ON A BUDDY! .
The objective of the SOLO Diver Course is to train divers in not
just the benefits of Solo diving but the hazards and proper
procedures of Solo Diving
It is recommended that each student has a diving computer and back up bottom timing device. Enriched air diving certification
and/ or Introduction to Technical Diving is also recommended.
Two (2) dives will be conducted as a minimum to complete the certification.
Student must have basic open water equipment with a stowable surface
marker and line reel and spare mask. Student
must have a redundant air source with separate independent
regulator and SPG. Pony Cylinder of minimum 40 cu
ft, twin cylinders w/ isolation manifold, Isolated doubles are
acceptable. H-valve single cylinder is
not considered a redundant air source due to possibility of burst
CAUTION!! INSTRUCTORS WILL LET STUDENTS DEAL WITH ALL SKILL SETS AND REAL TIME EMERGENCY SITUATIONS AS IF SOLO DIVING; HELPING
OUT ONLY WHEN IT IS DETERMINED BY THE INSTRUCTOR TO BE UNSAFE OR UNMANAGEABLE. THE
STUDENT WILL BE ASKED TO PLAN ANOTHER DIVE AT THE DISCRETION OF THE
Minimum Age 21 years, Advanced Open Water Diver or
equivalent with 100 Logged Dives.
Course fees do not include charter boat, park access fees, equipment rentals or sales.