The best way to learn to dive is to enroll on an Open Water Diver PADI course, specially designed for those who wish to learn to dive. There Is no need to be an expert swimmer or to have any previous diving experience.
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The PADI Divemaster course is your first level of professional training. Working closely with a PADI Instructor, you will refine & build-upon your dive & rescue skills enabling you to anticipate and solve common problems. You’ll gain dive knowledge plus management and supervision skills so that you become a role model to divers everywhere.
LEARN HOW TO CAPTURE THE BEAUTY OF THE SEA FLOORS Are you a photography enthusiast? If you are there’ve probably been moments during your dives when you’ve wished you had a camera so that you could show your friends and family the beautiful seascapes you´ve encountered. The good news is that underwater photography is now […]
Probablemente el santo grial del buceo, aquello que distingue a los buceadores expertos de los que estan comenzado a iniciarse en los misterios de azul, sea el Dominio de la Flotabilidad. La flotabilidad neutra es la habilidad que todo buceador experto tiene para controlar su posición, permaneciendo entre dos aguas sin ninguna dificultad, sin desperdiciar fuerzas aleteando y por tanto ahorrando muchísimo aire. Estos buceadores se deslizan sin esfuerzo, controlando su posición en todo momento e interactuando de forma delicada con el entorno.
The PADI Scuba Diver course is designed for those who don’t have much time and wish to acquire a certificate that entitles them to dive ASAP. This course covers the first 3 (of 5) theoretical modules, the first 3 (of 5) practices in a pool and the first 2 (of 4) practises in open water of the PADI Open Water course.
It’s a quick way to get a limited certification but that can still be useful if you intend to always dive with a guide or you don’t have much time for the Open Water course. If later on you decide to obtain your complete Open Water PADI course, your Scuba Diver certificate will count as credits and you’ll only have to do/complete a few additioal dives and theoretical modules.