Ever wondered why divers have their tank on the back? Yes exactly, you don’t need to. At Joe’s Gone Diving you can learn how to dive with 2 tanks or a single tank side mounted in the PADI Sidemount course in Bali. This tank modification comes from the technical diving world, but gets more and more popular in recreational diving. With good reason. With 2 tanks you can extend your bottom time to explore a specific reef longer or, as you are more streamlined, can easier access wrecks or caves. And as you are better balanced, you can shoot steadier pictures while looking cool at the same time. Are you keen to learn a different way of exploring the underwater world of Bali. Sign up today for your PADI Sidemount Diver Specialty course.
Depth: Depending on certification level
Duration: 2 days, 3 dives, 1 pool session
Who can join: Minimum certification needed: PADI Open Water Diver Certificate (or qualifying certification from another training organization). Minimum age: 15 years old
Next to cruising around with two tanks and get used to the configuration in one confined water and three open water scuba dives you’ll learn how to:
The PADI Sidemount course also count towards your Master Scuba Diver rating and also gives you credit to your Advanced open water certification.
Ready to learn more about sidemount diving? Book your PADI Sidemount course in Bali now!
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All required PADI course materials
PADI Certification Fee
All scuba equipment
Hotel transfer for Sanur area
Lunch, water, snacks & towels
Park and Porter fees
There might be a hotel transfer surcharge outside the Sanur area