Navigation Specialty Course



Know where you are and where you're going after completing our UW Navigation Course!

                                                       NEXT Class Feb. 9th

Class Info

Ever find yourself "mis-placed" underwater? Do your friends call you "Pathfinder" because you're always lost? Then perhaps our UW Navigation course is for you! We spend plenty of time on both Natural and compass-based navigation, leaving you more confident in your underwater orientations skills!

  •  Online training for your Academics
  • Class Knowledge Review session
  • Open water beach dives (2)
  • Reduced rental rate for students (1/2 price)
  • SDI Navigation Specialty certification card upon successful completion
Equipment Pre-Req's:
Equipment: (Minimum required) Personal Snorkeling Equipment: We believe divers are safer and more comfortable using their own equipment.  At a Minimum, Fins, mask, snorkel, regulator mouthpiece, gloves, boots and dive computer are required. You'll also need an UW slate and (of course) a COMPASS! Also recommend Comfort Strap, mesh equipment bag.  Our instructors are available before, during, and after the course to personally fit students to their equipment. We have discounted prices and a liberal exchange policy for our students.
Course Cost, including Online materials & c-card: $150 + tax (contact us for code),      OR
Start NOW! Buy the code (link to the right) and pay course cost + c-card when you sign up for an additional $50

Prerequisites

​Open Water/Beginner Class or equivalent

   

Basic Snorkeling Equipment and

    personal dive gear (available for rent).

 

Age 15 recommended.

 

Medically cleared for Diving.

Class Time

1 Classroom session

2 Open water dives

 

Call the store at 425-747-8842 or E-mail an instructor with any questions, to sign up for our next NAVIGATION class, or to discuss private instruction.

info@silent-world.com              425-747-8842

1910 132nd Ave NE

Bellevue, Wa 98005

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Photos Courtesy of:  Craig Willemsen, Vlad Karpinsky

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