Does the thought of diving through an underwater cave intrigue you? Are you fascinated by the possibility of diving where few divers go?
The NAUI Cave Diver Levels I and II courses build on skills and knowledge taught in the Cavern Diver course and develops the next level of skills and experience you need to be a NAUI certified Cave Diver Level I or II.
What You Will Learn
Upon successful completion of the NAUI Cave Diver Level I course, you are qualified to plan and execute limited-penetration, simple navigation, no-decompression cave dives to depths that do not exceed 100 fsw (30 msw). With the NAUI Cave Diver Level II course, you are qualified to plan and execute longer penetration cave dives with staged cylinders involving complex navigation to depths that do not exceed 130 fsw (40 msw).
How Do You Get Started?
You must be at least 18 years of age to enroll in the Cave Diver Level I course. You must also have completed the NAUI Introduction to Technical Diving course (or its equivalent), and have a minimum of 75 logged dives.
To enroll in the NAUI Cave Diver Level II course, you must be at least 18 years of age and be a certified NAUI Technical Decompression Diver and NAUI Cave Diver Level I (or their equivalents), and have a minimum of 100 logged dives with at least 20 logged cave dives after certification as a Cave Diver Level I.