PADI Junior Master Scuba Diver Challenge

 
Introduction

The PADI Master SCUBA Diver is a rating not a course. The PADI Master SCUBA Diver rating is the highest recreational diver rating in the PADI System, and denotes a diver with superior experience and achievement. The whole process is more likely guided SCUBA adventure tour than a class. You will gain experience and confidence while exploring and training under the direct supervision of your PADI instructor.

Overview

You achieve The Master SCUBA Diver rating by completing a series of PADI courses which includes.

     
    Dive Location

    Dive site location changes from class to class. However we typically conduct our boat dives off the second reef (depth 45 to 60 feet) and third reef (depth 60 to 100 feet) of Deerfield Beach, Pompano Beach and Lauderdale by the sea. Our beach dives are conducted in front of Deerfield Beach, Pompano Beach and Lauderdale by the sea on the shallow sub reefs (depth 12 to 20 feet).

Recommended Additional Training (optional)

We suggest that all divers enrolling in PADI Specialty Course take the PADI Enriched Air Scuba Diver Course first in order to increase bottom time during your training dives.

What specialty courses can I take at my current certification level ?

 

Prerequisites

    prerequisite training

    PADI Junior Open Water Diver (or qualifying certification from another training organization similar to that of a PADI Junior Open Water Diver) With 50 logged dives.

     

    Age requirements

    PADI Junior Master Scuba Diver Minimum Age Requirement is 12 years old.

     

    depth restrictions

    The maximum depth for Junior Divers (12-14 years old) is 21 meters/70 feet.

     

    required Books

    Please see individual courses for required materials and specialty manual.

     

    waivers and liability releases

    All participants must sign the following PADI release prior to any in water training.

      • Certified Diver Experience Programs Liability Release and Assumption of Risk Agreement

      • PADI Standards Save Diving Practice Statement of Understanding

      • PADI Medical Statement

    Parent or guardian signature is requiredfor participants younger than legal age for all PADI programs

     

    required equipment

    Student taking the PADI Master SCUBA Diver challenge are required to have all their own scuba gear. This should include:

    Basic Scuba Gear
    Dive Bag, Mask, Snorkel, Fins, Booties, BCD, Regulators with SPG, Dive Computer or Dive Watch, Compass, Dive Knife, Weights, Communication Slate, Wetsuit and Gloves

    Basic Scuba Safety Gear
    Safety Whistle, Surface Marker and Dive Light

PADI Course Cost, Location and Schedule

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    We offer private lessons seven days a week. Sign up today and start diving tomorrow. We offer group lessons twice a month. Check the course schedule for more details.

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Youth Diving Responsibility and Risk

Parents and Junior Divers Must Watch This Video Together