PADI Specialty Diver Courses in Key Largo FL
What are PADI Specialties?
PADI Specialties are courses offered by Silent World that come with a wide selection of new diving skills like photography, deep diving, and much more that will aid you in discovering what life under the waves has to offer.
PADI Specialty Diver Courses With Silent World 5-Star Instructors
Enriched Air Course
This is one of the most popular specialty courses because it allows you to stay in the water longer and rise to the surface sooner. How does it achieve this? The enriched air nitrox helps with speedier decompression speeding up the whole diving process and enabling you to have longer adventures under the sea.
Peak Performance Buoyancy
This course takes the beginner buoyancy course to the next level. Buoyancy control is what sets apart beginner divers from experienced divers.
You’ll know someone has this skill as you watch them effortlessly glide through the water naturally while using less air, descending and ascending through the water as if it’s second nature. You can achieve this too! Taking this course will help you easily observe ocean life without disturbing the environment around you.
Boats are the best way to get access to the best diving spots around.
In this course, you’ll learn about various boats around the world, giving you amazing information should you decide to travel and scuba dive in various destinations.
Deep diving is a great way to expand your diving skillset.
Diving deeper sets allow you to gain better exploration and access to underwater caves filled with clusters of marine life you haven’t experienced before.
Become proficient in buoyancy control, gas supplies, and buddy control.
The ocean is filled with incredible sea creatures that you’ll often ask yourself, “I wonder what kind of fish that is?”
If you’re a curious person and want to understand more about fish and what they do, then this is the course for you.
After taking this course, scuba diving will be much more pleasurable as you’ll be able to identify the fish that you see and why they are doing what they are doing.
Underwater Navigation Specialty
If you’re someone who likes to know where they’re going, especially when you’re underwater with no navigation signs, this is the course for you.
This is your chance to become the diver that everyone wants to follow. This course tunes up your observational skills and teaches you how to utilize your compass while underwater.
During this course, you’ll learn how to estimate distance, mark or relocate objects, and learn underwater map making.
Digital Underwater Photography Specialty
There’s no better feeling than capturing your memories of the adventures you have underwater through the lens of a camera.
The ability to take pictures underwater not only enriches your experience but also captures your experiences with the amazing wildlife encounters and scenery that will have you drooling to get back in and explore new areas of sea life. In this course, we’ll teach you the techniques to get quick shots, clear images, and composition.
Night Diver Specialty
Night diving is like exploring the underwater world for the first time again. It’s full of mysteries and adventure waiting for you to explore.
When the sun sets, the scenes change, the day creatures retire, and the nocturnal creatures emerge.
Search and Recovery Specialty
It’s in our nature to lose items; it happens every day, and believe it or not, it happens on boats, docks, or even when you’re scuba diving. This course teaches you the skills to relocate lost or dropped items underwater.
You’ll even learn better methods to bring up small or large items that don’t belong to you or have been lost.
Full Face Mask Specialty
The benefits of diving with a full face mask allow you to perform public safety diving, scientific diving, and incredibly cold water diving.
Using a full face mask protects your eyes and nose from potential contaminations in the water and provides comfort in cold water, as well as verbal communication with others.
Wreck Diver Specialty
Whenever we think of wrecks, our immediate thoughts pull us towards underwater shipwrecks where the ships are covered in slimy green moss and coral growth attached to the ship, with rusted nooks and crannies waiting to be explored.
Wrecks are fascinating windows to the past and are naturally teeming with wildlife. This course is popular because it offers rewarding adventures while also learning responsible wreck diving practices.