Before You Go…

PADI Scuba Review

If you haven’t dived in a while, you’ll be needing a refresher before throwing yourself into the Oceans !

PAD Dive Centres and Resorts WorldWide are tightening risk management procedures for obvious safety reasons. If your last dive was more than 6 months ago – a Scuba Review is necessary before you can enjoy Open Water sites.

You can opt to do this out in resort on the first day of diving…
– but wouldn’t you sooner be down on the reefs ?

So completing a Scuba Review with us prior to departure on your holiday is logical.
Available every Tuesday & Thursday evening from 7.30pm at the Dive Centre – it’s easy & convenient.

Alternatively you can combine a Scuba review with a Buoyancy Clinic to improve your streamlining & trim
– this will reduce your air consumption, and take the phyiscal stress out of diving : more relaxed & longer dives !
– running on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon you get 3 hours of pool time to get totally sorted for your trip…

Get Ready to Capture the Moment…

Digital Underwater Photographer

By completing the Digi-Foto Specialty [Level 1] in the class & pool before your holiday – you’ll learn how to dive with your camera without trashing the delicate reef system, and get better images using the Wide-Angle & Macro Functions as well as improving light quality by White-Balance and Flash-Fill functions… it’s EASY and FUN : and QUICK
Come to the Dive Centre to collect a study manual and book an evening with us to get started.

Preparing for a Reef Encounter…

Project AWARE Specialty Course

As all divers are interested in the marine environment (getting close to nature is why we do it all !)…
The PADI Coral Conservation Specialty  and Project AWARE program will certainly be of interest to you : it will give you a greater understanding of the delicate reef ecosystem, and an appreciation of the diversity of coral formations.

As the foundation for the marine habitat, learning about coral reef conservation sets the scene for an appreciation of all marine life – which will inevitably lead to a keen interest in Marine Biology and Oceanography…

The PADI Underwater Naturalist and Fish Identification Specialty courses are an easy and fun way to learn more about what you’re seeing on the reef : covering symbiotic and predator/prey relationships as well as learning techniques for using the taxonomic system to work out what you’re seen on each dive…
Gone are the days of coming up from a dive and just saying “that was pretty”… you’ll know more !