Peak Performance Buoyancy



What is neutral buoyancy? Scuba divers like to be neutrally buoyant so they neither sink nor float. Attaining neutral buoyancy can be very tricky however.  Divers who’ve mastered the highest performance levels in buoyancy stand apart – you’ve seen them underwater, they glide effortlessly, they use less air, they ascend, descend and hover effortlessly.  They interact gently with aquatic life and affect their surroundings minimally.

On this course you will learn how to trim your scuba gear so you’re perfectly balanced in the water; you will learn weighting tips so you’re not too light or too heavy; how to streamline to save air and move smoothly through the water and how to hover effortlessly in both vertical and horizontal positions.  The PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy course refines the basic skills you learned as a PADI Open Water diver and elevates them to the next level.




2019 Course Dates:Scuba instructor demonstrating buoyancy

Thursday evenings at lake Chaparral

Saturday’s in Waterton when there is also an Advanced course running




IMPORTANT INFORMATION!!!  Are you medically able to dive?

The purpose of the PADI Medical Statement is to find out if you should be examined by your doctor before participating in recreational diver training.

Please answer the questions contained in the PADI Medical Statement on your past or present medical history with a ‘YES’ or ‘NO’ – ‘Y’ and ‘N’ are NOT acceptable answers.  If you are not sure, answer ‘YES’.

If any of these items apply to you, you MUST have the Medical Statement signed by a physician prior to participating in scuba diving.





Medical Questionnaire



pdf-symbolStandards of Safe Diving



pdf-symbolGeneral Liability Release