PADI Speciality Scuba Certifications – Combo of 5

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PADI Speciality Scuba Certifications NJ - Combo of 5



One superb way of staying in great form and making sure you continuously perfect your scuba diving skills is to enroll in our various PADI specialty courses here in New Jersey.

PADI currently offers 27 different specialty courses that you can choose from. Depending on your level of interest and dedication, you may choose to get certifications in any or all of the specialty courses available.

Also, note that these specialty certifications can count towards your PADI Master Diver certification should you decide to take your diving career all the way to the top ranks of the entire PADI educational system. 



Take 1 Course or Special Price For Combo of 5 Speciality Courses 


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Wreck Diving

wreck diving nj

Underwater wrecks are definitely considered avenues into the past. Interacting with a little slice of underwater history is very exciting and fascinating at the same time. Exploring a wreck can offer a whole new level of scuba diving experience. By enrolling in the PADI Wreck Diver certification course, you will learn all there is to know about safe and responsible wreck diving.

What Will I Learn in the Wreck Diving Course?

  • You’ll know the techniques on how to effectively explore shipwrecks, recognize potential wreck diving mishaps and learning how to avoid them
  • You’ll know how to research more about your favorite wrecks
  • You’ll learn of the various considerations in entering intact wrecks
  • You’ll learn to plan shipwreck dives effectively, organize it and do four (4) wreck dives under the tutelage of your instructor before earning your certification

This certification counts towards your Master Scuba Diver certification

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Underwater Navigation

underwater navigation specialty course njThe PADI Underwater Navigator Course in New Jersey gives you the opportunity to become the leader of the pack—literally! Put your keen directional sense into action and make people follow your lead. You are the “go-to” person during dives, because you always know your way back into the boat and into safety in general.

What Will I Learn in the Underwater Navigation Course?

Navigating underwater is a pretty challenging task and by enrolling yourself in the PADI Underwater Navigator Course, you’ll learn how to master all the tricks of effectively navigating underwater. You’ll not only learn how to navigate with a compass, you’ll also know how to find your way by just looking at natural clues. You will be an expert in estimating and calculating distances underwater, master the use of the Nav-Finder and follow navigation patterns.

This certification counts towards your Master Scuba Diver certification.

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Night Diving

night diving njWhile it is common knowledge that the depths of the oceans offer a spectacular view of the marine ecosystem, they are mostly seen during the daylight. But once the sun goes down, the whole aquatic ecosystem shifts and offers an entirely different view that not everyone can see. To explore the depths of the seas with only the glow of a dive light to guide you is a truly worthy experience of a lifetime. Though it is certainly fun to scuba dive and look at the oceans from a different perspective, you can only do this if you are a certified night diver.

What Will I Learn in the Night Diving Course?

  • You will learn how to plan night dives and execute them safely and perfectly with the help of your instructor
  • You will learn ways of controlling your buoyancy during night time dives
  • You will learn of the entries, egresses and practice your underwater navigation at night
  • You will get to see a whole new array of nocturnal underwater creatures
  • You’ll learn better underwater communication and light handling at night

This certification counts towards your Master Scuba Diver certification

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The Peak Performance Buoyancy Course

peak performance buoyancy njNeutral Buoyancy is achieved when the diver’s body’s density is equal to the density of the fluid (in this case, water) to which it is immersed. In this manner, scuba divers will not sink nor float.  Scuba divers who have mastered the skill in maintaining neutral buoyancy are highly regarded in the field. You can see them glide effortlessly from one point to another while underwater.  By being a PADI certified Peak Performance Buoyancy Diver in NJ, you can build more on the foundations of your Open Water Diver training and elevate yourself to the next step in diver’s education.

What Will I Learn during the Peak Performance Buoyancy Course?

  • You will learn the fundamentals of buoyancy, and weight adjustments underwater
  • You’ll learn how to balance, trim and streamline so you can move underwater in clean and gliding movements
  • You’ll master the techniques of hovering properly and achieve neutral buoyancy effortlessly

This certification counts towards your Master Scuba Diver certification

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Multi Level Diving

PADI Multi Level Diving NJIf you want to experience more fun while underwater, then your best bet is to extend your underwater time so you can explore more and continue with your adventure. The PADI Multi Level Diver course in NJ will help teach you how to lengthen your bottom time during dives by lowering the rate of your nitrogen absorption once you ascend into a shallower depth.

What Will I Learn in this Multi Level Diving Course?

  • You’ll learn all about multilevel dive planning, the techniques to make it effective, the potential problems that may occur and how to prevent them from happening during your dives.
  • You’ll plan multilevel dives and execute it with your instructor accompanying you.
  • You’ll learn how to maximize your no stop time
  • You’ll learn how to backup your dive computer

How Do I Qualify for the Enriched Air (Nitrox) Diving Specialty Course?

You need to first be a Certified Open Water Diver before you can participate in this course.

This certification counts towards your Master Scuba Diver certification

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Enriched Air (Nitrox) Diving

Enriched air nitrox diving njAmongst all PADI Divers’ courses, this is probably one of the most popular speciality diving courses in NJ, taken by many scuba diving enthusiasts. The reason? Scuba diving with enriched air nitrox gives you a chance to prolong your submerged time by allowing you to go past your no-decompression limits for air. But before you can have your tanks filled with enriched air, you must first be a certified Enriched Air Diver.

How Do I Qualify for the Enriched Air (Nitrox) Diving Specialty Course?

  • You must be a Certified Open Water Diver (or holder of an equivalent certification from another institution offering diver’s trainings)

What Will I Learn in the Enriched Air (Nitrox) Diving Specialty Course?

  • You’ll learn how to properly analyze the contents of your cylinder
  • You become adept in planning enriched air dives with the use of div computers and tables
  • You’ll learn how to safely extend your no stop times

This certification counts towards your Master Scuba Diver certification

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Dry Suit Diving

drysuit diver speciality njDrysuits are what’s keeping you warm against the coldness of the water while scuba diving in New Jersey, so if you want to extend your time submerged in the depths especially in cold waters, you need to have proper training and a solid experience in drysuit diving.

The PADI Drysuit Diver Specialty course allows you to practice your skills in a confined water setting. Once you have mastered it, you will then be given an opportunity to apply those skills in a real-life settings by doing two (2) open water dives before earning your PADI Drysuit Diver certification in NJ.

Repetitive scuba diving, long dives, deep diving or any form of diving that includes thermal heat loss are better done in drysuits. In the depths of the oceans, the water can be freezing cold, and if you are not properly protected, you are risking your safety and might suffer from hypothermia. With a drysuit on, you will increase your chances of survival underwater by keeping yourself warm amidst the coldness of the waters around you.

This certification counts towards your Master Scuba Diver certification.

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Deep Diving

underwater navigation specialty course nj A PADI Deep Diver Certification in NJ allows you to explore underwater depths reaching beyond 60 feet. It is an opportunity of a lifetime as you have the capacity to see first-hand what others can only see through video monitors of unmanned underwater vehicles. The earth is ¾ parts water, and in the vastness of the oceans, only a portion of it is actually charted. Scuba diving has been made popular mainly because a lot of people are enticed to the idea of going into the unexplored parts of the earth which primarily include the deeper parts of the oceans.

How Do I Become a Certified Deep Diver in NJ?

  1. You need to possess a PADI Adventure Diver certificate (or any equivalent certification from another diver’s education institution).
  2. You need to be experienced in diving beyond 60 feet (18 meters)

What Will I Learn in the PADI Deep Diver Specialty Course?

  • You will learn more about planning deep dives, organizing, procedures and hazards.
  • Your deep diving training will be supervised by a certified PADI instructor

This certification counts towards your Master Scuba Diver certification

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Project AWARE

project aware NJThe earth’s oceans are teeming with marine life—colorful, rich but largely fragile. The marine flora and fauna risks possible wipe out because millions of people don’t know how to care for them properly. The Project AWARE Specialty course in NJ is a non-diving course that aims to educate people about the aquatic ecosystem in general, the problems it faces and the ways on how we can help conserve and protect all marine life. It is a program geared to inform, entertain and most of all present avenues on how each of us can make a difference.

The Project AWARE Foundation is the leading non-profit organization within the diving industry. It is dedicated to instill awareness and the preservation of marine ecosystems all over the globe. Be a partner and help conserve the aquatic environment in your own little way.

This certification counts towards your Master Scuba Diver certification.

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AWARE Coral Reef Conservation

coral_reef_thumbThe Project AWARE Specialty course teaches divers how to protect and conserve the world’s precious aquatic environments. Here, scuba divers are being taught about the marine ecosystem, the coral reefs and their role in its preservation so that future generations can come and experience the same beautiful underwater scenery.

What are the training prerequisites for the Project AWARE Coral Reef Conservation?

Everyone is invited to participate in this course. There is no diving certification required and no minimum age requirement for those who wanted to join.

How Long is the Project AWARE Coral Reef Conservation Course?

The entire course is about 3-4 hours long.

What Should I do after I have completed this Training?

The Project AWARE Specialty course is used to complement the Peak Performance Buoyancy course. In addition, you may count this course as one of your Specialty Courses should you pursue a Master Scuba Diver certification.

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Frequently Asked Questions


You must be over 15 years of age and be a certified PADI Open Water Diver (or a holder of any equivalent certification from another professional diver’s training organization).

For Junior PADI Advanced Open Water Certification in NJ, you must be at least 12 years old and be a PADI certified Junior Open Water diver.

  • Signed Medical Certification Statement
  • Prerequisite: Open Water Diver Certification


To sign up for the PADI Open Water Course or if you have any questions, please call Scuba Guru at 908-379-8220.  Our scuba instructors will be happy to clarify any questions you have!