Peak Performance Buoyancy
Welcome to Neutral Buoyancy!
We at Diver Dan’s look forward to helping you get trained in the PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Diver Specialty. This course is designed to help every diver develop the skills, knowledge and techniques necessary to refine Neutral Buoyancy skills. If you have any questions, or would like to sign up, stop by or call us. See you “Down Under”!
In order to take the PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Diver Specialty, you must first already be a PADI Open Water Diver (or equivalent), and you must be 12 years old.
The total training fees are $125.00. The fees are broken down as follows:
$25.00 Registration Fee
$100.00 Instructor / Certification Fee
Online Registration For Peak Performance Buoyancy
You can also register online by paying the $25.00 registration fee. Your instructor will collect the remaining fees in person.
No store fees will be refunded once class has begun. Classes are transferable for up to one year from original start date. Boat fees can be fully refunded with more than 7 days notice. If cancelation is between 3-7 days we will issue a rain check for a future boat dive. if less than 72 hours notice, no refund or rain check will be issued.
The PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Diver Specialty is a one-week class consisting of one classroom and pool session, and two open water dives done on one day.
What You Will Need To Buy
Before the class begins you will need the PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Crew Pack (which includes your PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Manual and DVD).
Before the class session you MUST have watched the DVD, read the manual, and have completed the Knowledge Review (located in the back of the manual).
What You May Rent
You may rent of the rest of your SCUBA equipment from our rental department. This includes your Wetsuit, Regulator, Weight Belt, Buoyancy Control Device (BCD), and Tanks.
Medical Concerns or Questions?
If you are currently under the care of a medical doctor, or have a pre-existing medical condition that requires permission from a physician, you will need to have a signed medical release form from your doctor before you can participate in any in-water activities.
To obtain a medical release form and view some conditions that would require a doctors release, download the PADI Medical Release Form to review before coming to class.