Most recreational wreck dives involve external surveys, however, limited penetrations are also considered recreational dives and are defined as involving no penetrations beyond the natural light zone, no deeper than 130 feet, and not involving stage-decompression. This type of training is designed to expose you to additional, in-depth training for the purpose of pursuing penetration wreck diving.
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An advanced wreck diving course is designed to provide you additional training, skills, and experience in planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems, hazards and excitement of penetration wreck diving within excepted recreational diving limits. Advanced wreck diving training involves taking a course from a training agency such as SDI/TDI, NAUI, PADI, or IANTD.