This program allows limited penetration within the daylight zone into wrecks with an overhead environment. The training required for this type of diving is overhead buoyancy control, new finning techniques, optional laying safety line and the proper use of a light.
- Take the next step of a top trained wreck diver
- Learn other important techniques for penetrating a wreck
- Use other important equipment for wreck diving
- Optimise your preparation and your buoyancy
Online - Theory
Theory exam on site
Complete practical training in the water
Diving students under 18 years of age need the signature of their parents.
The theory is done online in advance of the course in a relaxed way from home.
On the first day of the course, the theory exam is taken in the afternoon and the practical exercises are discussed so that the wreck dives can be completed the next morning.
Want to explore the inside of a wreck and find your way out safely? Within 2 dives, learn the necessary procedures to safely penetrate the daylight zones of a wreck to a depth of 40m. Discover exciting areas of a wreck that not every recreational diver gets to see. In the XR Advanced Wreck Specialty, you'll learn new buoyancy skills, special fin stroke techniques, how to use special lights and how to set a line, as well as the correct procedures to follow if you lose your partner or line.