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Learn what wearing scuba equipment feels like and how easy it is to move around underwater while wearing it Find out what it’s like to breathe underwater and learn whether you can be comfortable there.

Learn some basic scuba diving skills and scuba safety rules that will carry over to your full scuba Padi certification course when you take the next step

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Core CredentialsMaster Scuba TrainerOpen Water Scuba InstructorDive Master
Specialities Equipment Specialist InstructorUnderwater Navigator InstructorSearch & Recovery Instructor
Enriched Air InstructorPeak Performance Buoyancy InstructorAWARE Coral Reef Conservation Spl.InstructorProject Aware Instructor
Night Diver InstructorDigital Underwater Photography InstructorBoat InstructorCare for Children w/AED Instructor
Special CredentialsEFR InstructorDeep Instructor



PADI EANx NitroxPadi Discover Scuba Diving (DSD)
PADI Deep DiverPADI Scuba Diver
PADI Search & Recovery DiverPADI Open Water Diver
Open Water(OW)+
PADI Side Mount 2 CylinderPADI Advanced Open Water Diver
Advance Open Water(Adv.OW)
PADI Attitude DiverPADI EFR First Aid
+ Rescue + EFR First Aid(EFR)
PADI Boat DiverPADI Rescue
+ Emergency O2 Provider-14 Days.
PADI Peak Performance BuoyancyPADI Dive Master
PADI Gas Blender
PADI Emergency O2 Provider
PADI Project Aware
PADI Underwater Digital Photography
PADI Equipment Service
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Padi Medical form for Students.

Liability Release Risk Agreement.

Safe Diving Practices.

PADI Courses


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PADI is short for the Professional Association of Diving Instructors. This is a huge diver training organization and was founded in 1966 by John Cronin, a former NAUI instructor, and his associate, Ralph Erickson. PADI encourages exploration, conservation, community-building, and of course, education in the form of recreational diver certifications.

PADI has given over 25 million divers a jumpstart with its unparalleled guidance and education since its inception. Ranging from entry-level to advanced recreational diver certifications .

We are overjoyed to inform you that we are a 5-Star PADI Instructor Development Dive Center . This membership level is awarded only to progressive PADI Dive Centers that excel in providing dive consumers with a full range of diver education programs, equipment selection, and experience opportunities.

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Featured Courses

Padi Scuba Diving Certification Courses

Our PADI Instructor with qualified assistants run the PADI Courses. Courses are taught in English & include full diving equipment use, PADI certification, theory materials, sea and pool dives. Videos & cards are also provided.

Padi Scuba Diver

The course is 2 days, with 3 Enclosed pool sessions, theory and 2 open water dives. Being approximately half of the Open Water course, the student is qualified to a depth of 12m to dive anywhere in the world while accompanied by an Instructor or certified assistant.

Padi Open Water Diver

4 days, 5 enclosed pool sessions, theory and 4 open water dives. It is entry course into scuba diving. A very fun way to enter into Scuba diving, the student learns all the basic skills to be a safe and confident diver. Qualified to a depth of 18m, the student can now dive anywhere in the world.

Padi Advanced Diver

2-3 Days, 5 adventure dives. An adventure dive is the equivalent first dive of each PADI speciality certification.You can enroll immediately after earning your PADI Open Water Diver certificationDue to the compulsory deep dive, students are upgraded from 18m in open water to 30m depth. This helps in navigation, fine-tune buoyancy skills, wreck diving, night diving or underwater imaging.

Padi Rescue Diver

4 Days, Rescue Scenarios and 4 Open Water dives. This is a must for all frequent divers. Surface and underwater scenario practice of conscious, unconscious and panicked divers, along with a full range of diving accident simulations. A very fun course due to its "role-playing" nature, it is recommended that all divers participate in this to broaden their skills and promote diver safety.

EFR Emergency First Responder (First Aid)

In just 1 Day, this first aid course may be taken by anyone, even non-divers! An EFR course is essential in pursuing a Rescue Diver qualification. You are taught both primary and secondary care first aid, including CPR, injury management, bandaging, risk assessment etc. Emergency First Response training helps to build skills to respond to medical emergency.