Approaching a wreck is an emotion that can only be understood by those who experience it.
A wreck is the testimony of a tragedy that occurred at sea, it is what remains of a means of navigation to which the lives of many sailors were linked, it is the place where they lived, worked, faced storms and a little of their life remained attached to those sheets.
The task of this course is to provide you with all the essential basic information to enable every wreck diving enthusiast to know the appropriate procedures to fully enjoy the emotions that this type of diving can offer and implement all the parameters necessary to maximize safety considerations for all divers.
- Be at least 15 years old before the start of the course (for minors, parental or guardian authorization is required)
- Be certified Advanced OWD (or equivalent level) or higher
- Have logged at least 20 dives as documented in your personal Log Book
- Present a valid medical certificate issued no more than 12 months ago. (The doctor who signs the certificate cannot be the student himself)
This course is available on ISDA e-Learning.
You can access:
- downloading ISDA e-learning APP
- via browser, at www.isdaelearning.com
Your Instructor will give you the code to access your studying materials: manual, review quizzes, videos and insights (if part of the course).
The principle on which the philosophy of the course is based is that according to which the determining factor is not the time used for training, both theoretical and practical, but the achievement of mastery of knowledge and skills in the water. If necessary, the various training sessions can be divided into reduced modules or recovery sessions until mastery is achieved.
What you’ll get
- The maximum depth is conditioned by compliance with the student’s certification level, i.e. 30 meters if in possession of an Advanced OWD certification and 40 meters only if in possession of a Deep Diver certification.
- You can travel, have many experiences, discover new seas, deepen your interests and discover new ones.