Learning to dive is fun. You meet new people, see amazing things underwater most people in the world have never seen and you have the perfect excuse to visit exotic destinations…
Learn to Dive – Which course should I be doing?
PADI offers three options for you if you want to start learning and discovering scuba diving. If you have never dived before and are not sure if it will be a sport you will enjoy, then you can attend a Discover Scuba diving session with us which can be accredited towards the course if you decide to do it. The two courses that are available to enable you to Scuba dive is Scuba Diver and Open Water Diver. Both these courses will get you under the water having fun but with the Open water you will have a lot more freedom and be able to dive deeper with just your buddy. With the Scuba diver course you will need to dive with a PADI Professional at all times. Please click the button to read the course descriptions.
What are PADI Specialty Diver Courses?
When PADI developed their continuing education model, they realized that divers have a lot of varied interests. To accommodate those interests, they started developing courses that go into more depth about a certain topic. If you’re familiar with Adventures in Diving Program or Advanced Open Water Diver, you’ve experienced a sample of these specialty areas. Click the button to see all the ones Scuba Crew provides.
PADI Complete Dive Course Chart
For most of the courses you will need to download, print, complete and bring these with you to hand to your Scuba Crew instructor. [wpdm_file id=9] [wpdm_file id=10] [wpdm_file id=11] [wpdm_file id=12]