24 July 2019

PADI Underwater Advanced Scuba Training In Small Class Sizes

Underwater PADI Advanced Scuba Training in Small Class Sizes is what we at Sail Fish Scuba always do. We feel four students per any class is a crowd. PADI standards state that during open water diver and advanced open water we could have up to eight but, that’s too many for us.
Strong current prevented us from doing PADI advanced open water deep training on the USS Spiegel Grove shipwreck this morning. We headed over to the Benwood wall and enjoyed much better conditions there.


East 120 degrees 6 – 11 knots
.5’ to a gentle rolling 1.0’ here and there.
Light Current
45 – 55 feet
Water Temperature
85.2 F
AIR Temperature
96.4 F & Humid ~ Feels like: 105F today with 100% humidity

AM Dives: Benwood Wall & Benwood Shipwreck
Depth: 75 & 39 Feet
Bottom Time: 27 & 46 Min
Surface Interval: 14 Minutes

PM Dives : Horseshoe Reef & N. N. Dry Rocks Reef

Depth: 24′ & 30′ Feet
Bottom Time: 31 Min & 34 Min
Surface Interval: 18 Minutes

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Underwater Advanced Scuba Training Small Class Sizes

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Underwater Advanced Scuba Training Small Class Sizes