Diver Propulsion Vehicle
Pump up your diving with a personal Diver Propulsion Vehicle (DPV). Soar across a reef or head out to a favorite dive site, aided by the mechanical propulsion of your personal underwater vehicle. PDVs are built for all types of budgets and environments and increasingly popular with recreational and technical divers alike. If you’re ready to take a ride, check out these NAUI courses at a NAUI dive center near you.
Diver Propulsion Vehicle Technical (DPVT) Diver
The NAUI Diver Propulsion Vehicle Technical (DPVT) Diver course provides you with the introductory skills and knowledge needed to minimize risks while conducting dives with a Diver Propulsion Vehicle (DPV) in open water.
Diver Propulsion Vehicle Extreme Exposure Diver
The NAUI Diver Propulsion Vehicle Extreme Exposure Diver course provides you with the skills and knowledge needed to minimize risks while conducting multistage, technical dives with a Diver Propulsion Vehicle (DPV).
Minimum age for NAUI Technical training programs is 18 years of age. Additional training and experience requirements vary for each course. A qualified NAUI Instructor can evaluate your experience and answer questions about your readiness to pursue specific training. Find a NAUI Technical Training Center or instructor near you by visiting the NAUI Dive Center and Professional Locator.
NAUI technical divers can maintain or improve skills through a variety of NAUI programs including the suite of NAUI First Aid course, NAUI Nitrox Gas Blender and NAUI Mixed Gas Blender.