When scuba divers are neutrally buoyant they neither sink nor float. Neutral buoyancy scuba means you have control of your position in the water and you have mastered the fundamental skill of buoyancy control.
Gliding effortlessly, using less air, and being able to hover motionless mid-water is the basic goal of all divers.
Perhaps more importantly, displaying peak performance buoyancy helps you conserve the aquatic environment, dive safely, and protect your equipment.
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Number of Dives 
Minimum age 
Prerequisite: PADI Open Water Diver (or qualifying certification)
✔ Personalized tuition from a private scuba instructor
✔ Free rental of scuba gear and boat diving equipment
✔ Two ocean scuba training dives (pool sessions if required)
✔ Pattaya hotel transfers
✔ Food and soft drinks on board the boat
✔ PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Certification Card and PPB Specialty Manual
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There is no dive where good body positioning and balance is not important. The Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty Course enhances your comfort and safety for every dive.
Having neutral buoyancy controls the speed of your ascents and descents. Diving deep has added safety issues that good buoyancy will help to control.
Neutral buoyancy scuba skills come in very handy when diving on a wreck because wrecks tend to have tight gangways and open passages waiting to be explored.
You are unlikely to get great underwater photographs if you have poor buoyancy and you want to avoid damaging the fragile aquatic environment.