Early Polynesian navigators routinely crossed thousands of miles of open ocean in outrigger canoes, using only their own senses and knowledge, a tradition passed down from generation to generation. Today, we still use natural navigation clues to navigate above and below the water, but the invention of the compass and other navigational instruments makes navigation much easier, though still a challenging task.
What you learn:
Expand your knowledge about the environmental clues that help you to navigate
How to use a compass for precision, patterns that aid navigation and navigational instruments
How to interact responsibly with the aquatic life
The underwater navigator course consists of at least 3 dives with self study carried out prior to the dives.