Underwater Navigator-3 Dives Specialty + 1 Fun Dive
Have you ever wonder how your instructor or Dive Master always find there way back to the boat or finds points of interest underwater. The Underwater Navigator course teaches you the skill and techniques to give you the confidence to find your way around.
The Underwater Navigation course can be challenging but by the end of the course finding your way will not be just a matter of luck, with practice and some great tips from your PADI instructor you will be able to navigate anywhere.
Your instructor will teach 2 types of navigation, natural and instrumental, you will also learn different search patterns.
Here are the skills we will teach you to master over 3 scuba dives.
Natural navigation (without a compass)
How to “mark” or relocate a submerged object or position from the surface
Underwater map making
Dive site relocation
How to estimate distance underwater
Besides regular scuba equipment, you will need compass, reel and maybe a marker buoy.
The trip to Koh Tao takes about 1 hour 30 minutes. Pick up time from your hotel is 7 am (Lamai area) and we arrive back at Koh Samui about 3:30 pm
To enrol in the course you must be 10 years or older and have (JR) Open Water or qualifying rating from another organization.
Included in the price
This includes all your Padi materials required
4 Dives 3 Training dives and 1 fun dive
Maximum 4 to 1 PADI Instructor
The cost of the course only 11,000 Thai Baht per person
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