About the course


If you want to be a skilled diver and glide effortlessly, consume less air and ascend and descend like a true professional, you need to train in a specific buoyancy course like this one.

About the course

PADI Certification

If you have the Open Water certificate you can take this course

Dive safer

You will feel that you will flow like a fish once you learn the techniques that we will teach you

Enjoy like a child

Or a dolphin, as you like more! You will learn techniques that you have never used before

Be more efficient

Use the air more efficiently and sneak up on marine wildlife


Make your dives longer with a good buoyancy technique and saving on your air consumption

What will you learn?

Improve your buoyancy

Improve your technique and control when floating

Get closer to the marine fauna

Stealthily without attracting attention

Float motionless

Making the minimum effort for it and without spending energy

Lower ballast

Learn to use the correct amount of ballast

Safe and relaxed diving

Being in control of your breath

Reduce air consumption

In each breath you will spend less air and therefore you will be able to dive longer

Course phases

The PADI Buoyancy course is made up of two main phases


Theory. knowledge development

Before diving into the sea we learn the necessary principles for it.



Specialty dives to put into practice what has been learned during the course on ballast and buoyancy.

How to start training in Buoyancy

Buoyancy control is essential to becoming a safe and relaxed diver. Being perfectly balanced allows you to float effortlessly, use air more efficiently, and deftly approach shy marine life for a closer look.


PADI eLearning

PADI eLearning makes it easy to fit scuba classes into a tight schedule. Complete the independent study portion of your course whenever it is comfortable for you.

Work at your own pace, online or offline, using a computer or mobile device. Connect with your instructor for in-water training or when you have a question.


With your instructor

Determine how much weight you need and where to place the stability weight to achieve a more streamlined body position. Over two dives you’ll fine-tune your weight with buoyancy checks and master neutral buoyancy with in-water practice. 
Prerequisites: PADI (Junior) Open Water Diver (or entry level certification)

More information about the program

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And take the course that will allow you to improve one of the most important concepts to enjoy diving




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