The NAUI Wreck Penetration Diver course provides you with the skills and knowledge needed to minimize risks in penetration wreck diving at depths not exceeding 130 fsw (40 msw). Wreck penetration diving is any diving inside a sunken vessel, aircraft, or similar structure. Learn about the safety hazards and special risks of overhead environments, gas management, entanglement, limited visibility, NAUI Technical Equipment Configuration (NTEC), specialized equipment utilized in wreck penetration diving, search methods, underwater navigation, legal aspects, artifacts, treasure, salvage, archaeology, and more.
The NAUI Technical Wreck Penetration Diver course is a combination of technical diving and wreck exploration. This course provides you with the skills and knowledge needed to minimize risks in penetration wreck diving at depths beyond 130 fsw (40 msw) and utilize trimix for dives to depths not exceeding 180 fsw (55 msw) that require staged-decompression, utilizing EANx mixtures and/or oxygen during decompression.