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Wreck Diver

Join the qualified and experienced dive team at Adelaide Scuba for an experience like no other.


What will you learn in the Wreck Diver course?

Wreck diving is exciting and so is the PADI Wreck Diver Specialist Course. Discovering and Exploring mysterious wrecks is something which every diver at some time dreams about. Every Wreck is a time capsule. The exact time and place in history where circumstances placed these wrecks on the ocean floor can be seen and explored by wreck divers. Become An Adelaide Scuba PADI Wreck Diver specialist today and uncover some of the mysteries of the deep.

The most popular specialty course in the PADI range, will have you mapping, drawing, diving on and penetrating wrecks. Learn how to use wreck penetration lines and use them in zero visibility “silt out” situations. Discover a world where time stands still and only fish move by.

This course is a must do for anyone serious about Technical Diving and travel to the Islands of the Pacific to see the World War II wrecks of Truk Lagoon, The Solomon Islands and the South China Sea. Discover local wrecks which have been scuttled for the benefit of divers. Or search for new wrecks yet to be found and gazetted. A fantastic and interesting course for the scuba diver who wants to experience more than just diving.


What's Included

Adelaide Scuba PADI Wreck Diver Course includes:

  • Tuition
  • PADI Wreck Diver Specialty Manual
  • 4 Boat Dives
  • Hire of Full Equipment (except mask & snorkel)
  • Air Fills (for entire course)
The Course

How it Works

You will spend 2.5 days learning how to map, plan a dive, penetrate and explore wrecks in this awesome course. Let’s Go Scuba Diving !!! After a weekend of getting wrecked, you’ll be ready to take on the world of wrecks.

Add this course to a Deep Diver Specialty course and gain the benefit of diving the deeper wrecks where fewer divers have been there before you. BOOK NOW IN A FEW OF CLICKS

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will I need to bring any gear myself (for example mask, snorkel, fins and dive boots)?

All gear will be provided by Adelaide Scuba (excluding mask and snorkel). However, we will still teach you about the different types of gear available and to maximize your enjoyment of the experience, we do recommend coming in-store to have a look at our mask range - your dive mask is the most important piece of equipment you will invest in. Feel free to come in and try some on!

What If I fail my dive medical?

It is always best to read through the medical questionnaire first to determine if you need doctor clearance. If you have a known medical condition we encourage you to seek out the medical and gain clearance before you commence your eLearning. A medical clearance by a diving doctor will last for 12 months. The eLearning portion of the course is not refundable and once commenced the course is not refundable by Adelaide Scuba. Please ask our friendly staff if you have any questions about how this process works.

Can I reschedule the course if I cannot complete the online training in time or get my medical in time?

Rescheduling is available for any reason, however there is rescheduling fee of $100 if this is within 14 days of the course start. As soon as your course space is booked with us there is a lot of preparation in place to ensure your gear and Instructor is available. We ask that you please give us as much notice as you can - our courses are scheduled 12 months in advance and can be booked out up to 3 months in advance at some times of the year.

I have a voucher, can I use this for the course cost?

Yes, of course! You can put your voucher towards your Learn To Dive Course, all vouchers redeemed MUST be within the expiry date & will not be extended.

What happens when there is a turn in the weather?

Adelaide Scuba staff monitor the weather forecasts closely all year round and will provide you with as much notice as possible if the conditions look unsafe for scuba diving. Water conditions are not always determined by sunshine but primarily by wind, rain, current and swell. South Australia has a variety of dive sites, which are suitable in varying weather conditions. If the prediction is for unsafe conditions we may have to reschedule the course dives to another time & will discuss this based on student and Instructor availability.

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