Cavern diving is defined as any dive that is carried out within the daylight zone of caves. The daylight zone is an area near the cave entrance, from where you can see natural light at all times.
- Planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards of diving in caves and caverns.
- Considerations for special equipment; This information can include, among others: Lamps, leader lines, handling of pulleys.
- Correct posture and buoyancy control, air consumption management, emergency procedures.
- Information in which the particular hazards are described.
- Theory (approx 6-8 hrs.) takes place in Frankfurt before the course date.
- final Test
- One open water dive
- 3 Cavern dives
- PADI Advanced Open Water Diver or qualifying certification
- 18 years of age
At any time upon request!
- Special equipment hire