Why take a course?
What will you learn?
During the theoretical classes you will learn how to predict the weather by carefully watching surrounding, you will also learn how ships are built, which will make it easier for you to learn how to navigate on their decks later. We also want you to be fully prepared for diving at a sea from a diving boat. All dives will take place in sea or ocean, on real wrecks. During these dives you will practise using the reel and Jersey Reel for emergency ascend in difficult conditions, methods of cutting out from the nets and all rescue procedures that will ensure your safety in case of various problems.
What do you need to start?
- Minimum age: 16 years
- Sufficient swimming ability
- Health condition to participate in the course
- IDF Advanced Open Water Diver certificate or equivalent
What is the course?
What will you be entitled to after the course?
Upon completion of the IDF Wreck Diver course you will be entitled to dive on wrecks, including daylight zone penetration, of course within the limits of your current depth and decompression qualifications.
Upon completion of the training, you will receive an internationally recognised certificate confirming your qualifications. It is a plastic card with a unique number and watermark. In addition, you will have lifelong access to an individual panel on the IDF website, where your certificate will always be available in electronic form - in case you ever forget to take the original with you for diving.
The IDF Wreck Diver course is an excellent introduction to the lifelong adventure that wreck diving can become. The next stage of learning wreck diving is the IDF Advanced Wreck Diver – a course that focuses on methods of planning expeditions and searching for new units, as well as – from a practical point of view – on methods of safe planning and execution of difficult wreck penetration dives.