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PADI Dive Courses & Dive Packages.
"This DSD course is designed for those who would like to try a diving experience during their vacation without having to commit to a course or who are unsure as to whether diving would be an enjoyable experience for them. The course also includes 2 nights accommodation and one day diving. A DSD involves 2-dives to a maximum depth of 12m (36ft) under the guidance of a certified PADI Instructor or 6m (18ft) under the guidance of a certified PADI Divemaster . This course requires one days notice prior to start.
"The SD course is specifically designed for those who do not have the time or do not wish to spend 4-days studying and training during their vacation. This is less than 3-day course involving three academic sessions, three-confined water sessions (swimming pool or bay) and two open water dives to a maximum depth of 12m (36ft). Although certified as a PADI SD, this license requires that PADI Scuba Divers must dive under the supervision of a PADI professional.Â This course starts everyday at 15:00 hrs.
"The Open Water course (OW) is the first entry-level course to PADI certification; is a 4-day course; consists of five academic sessions, five confined water sessions (swimming pool or bay) and four open water dives to a maximum depth of 18m under the guidance of a certified PADI Instructor. After completion of the OW course, students become internationally recognized certified divers and may then dive without professional supervision.Â This course usually starts at 15:00 hrs.
"The PADI Rescue Diver (Resc) takes AOW divers towards entirely new level of diving where managing and preventing problems to others makes the Rescue Diver a much more aware diver. Probably the most satisfying of all PADI courses, the PADI Rescue course is a 3-day course that involves academic and rescue scenarios that raises the diver’s level of confidence in their own abilities to assess, handle and manage emergencies.Â This course requires one days notice prior to start.
"The Emergency First Response (EFR) course is a pre-requisite to entering the PADI Rescue Diver course in which the student learns to manage everyday general accidents, dive emergencies and CPR. This is a 1-day academic course.Â This course requires one days notice prior to start.
"The course allows you to a very relaxed and pracice oriented schedule i 4 dayss or complete a certified diver in only 2 days if you have a limitation of time withÂ powerful, tablet-based leaningÂ experience to finish all dive theory part in your private convenient time.
"The Open Water e-learning is a program that allows you to have a bit more time available to the beach rather than in the Classroom. In most cases it will not reduce the amount of days on the course, but it will give a bit more freedom to enjoy the island and only having to focus on the water works of the course. NO EARLY MORNINGS FOR THEORY, ONLY EARLY MORNINGS FOR DIVING. Click on the picture and let our virtual classroom introduce you to a new world where the adventurous oceans await you just around the corner.
"The Advanced Open Water Course (AOW) is a 2-day course that takes the Open Water Diver to the next level. This course offers 5 dives of which the deep dive and the underwater navigation dive are mandatory dives whilst the student may select any 3 dives such as photography, search and recovery, peak performance buoyancy, night diving, naturalist to name just a few. After completion of the AOW course, the student receives AOW certification and may dive to a maximum depth of 30 metres.Â This course requires one days notice prior to start.