Dive Against Debris Specialty Diver

Dive Against Debris 

Hawaii is the perfect place to take the Dive Against Debris Specialty course with one of the professional scuba instructors at Jack’s Diving Locker.  We work to keep our reefs clean and "every dive is a conservation dive".   A Dive Against Debris Diver takes direct 'fins on' action for the ocean In this specialty.   The Dive Against Debris Diver Specialty certification counts toward the PADI Master Scuba Diver rating, the highest rating in non-professional diving. Sign up today and become part of the conservation happening in our oceans and remember : "Every Dive is a Dive Against Debris" ~ 

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Dive Against Debris Course Details

  • Cost: 

    • $345 plus gear tax, 2 person minimum

    • Private rate is an additional $300 per day

  • Prerequisites:  Open Water Certification.  Min. age– 12 yrs old. 

  • We Provide: Instruction, 2 dives, tanks, weights, light lunch and drinks on boat

  • Students Provide: Log book, BCD, regulator, wetsuit, mask/snorkel/fins, and underwater timing device (dive computer recommended).  Rental gear available

  • Discounts: 10% off most regular priced merchandise. $5 off of dives

Dive Against Debris Course Schedule

  • Duration: One day – Two dives.  Scheduled on request

  • Preparation:  

    • Read Materials and fill out Knowledge Reviews

  • Day 1 (8:00am – 3:30pm): Boat: Two dives. Certifications issued upon completion of dives

Things to Know:

  • Flying or Driving to Altitude After Diving:  If you complete the open water experience, it is recommended you wait at least 12 hours before flying or driving to altitude.  If you make more than one open water dive on the same day; or, dive over two or more days, wait 18 hours.

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Master Scuba Diver Rating

The PADI Master Scuba Diver rating is the highest rating in non-professional recreational diving.  To achieve this rating you must complete the following certifications: Open Water Diver, Advanced Open Water Diver, Rescue Diver, and 5 PADI Specialty courses.  In addition, divers must have at least 50 logged dives.  When completing these requirements at Jack’s Diving Locker, recipients will have their names engraved on a plaque that is displayed in our shop to honor this achievement.