Our Courses

Scuba Divers

Recreational Classes

Learning to dive is one of the most rewarding experiences of your life. Earning your certification will forever change the way you see the world, both above and below the surface.

Introduction to Scuba / Discover Scuba
Children Diver (CMAS) from 8-years-old
Scuba Diver / Supervised Diver
Junior Open Water Diver
Open Water Scuba Diver
Open Water Scuba Diver Plus
Advanced Adventure Diver
One Star Diver
Open Water Nitrox Diver
One Star Nitrox Diver
Advanced Scuba Diver
Advanced Scuba Diver Plus
Two Star Diver
Advance Scuba Nitrox Diver
Two Star Nitrox Diver
Rescue Diver
Advanced Rescue Diver
Master Diver

Diving with Fish

Recreational Specialties

As a certified scuba diver you’ve witnessed firsthand the wonders that lie within our planet's waters. Your Open Water Diver Certification introduced you to a world of adventure and discovery, and made you keenly aware that you've only just scratched the surface of the underwater world. Continuing your education in specialty courses will assist you in advancing your scuba skills and give you the added confidence to keep doing what you love.

Full Face Mask
Delayed Surface Marker Buoy
Self-Reliant
Drift, Deep
Dry Suit
Emergency Oxygen Provider
Enriched Air
Search & Recovery
Wreck
Care for Children w/AED 
Coral Reef Conservation Sp.,
Sea Turtle Awareness
Sea Turtle Net Rescue
RNLI Sea Survival
Wreck Detective
Underwater Survey Diver
Hogarthian STP
U/W Navigation,  
Digital Underwater Photography
Diver Propulsion Vehicle (DPV)
Night Diver

Scuba Diver

Technical Diving

Technical diving (also referred to as tec diving or tech diving) is scuba diving that exceeds the agency-specified limits of recreational diving for non-professional purposes. Technical diving may expose the diver to hazards beyond those normally associated with recreational diving, and to greater risk of serious injury or death. The risk may be reduced by appropriate skills, knowledge and experience, and by using suitable equipment and procedures. The skills may be developed through appropriate specialised training and experience. The equipment often involves breathing gases other than air or standard nitrox mixtures, and multiple gas sources.

Entry Level Technical
Technical Skills Diver
Discover Tec
Intro to Tec
Ntech Nitrox
Tec 40
Advanced Nitrox
Tec 45
Decompression Procedures
Technical Diver
Tec 50
Extended Range

Scuba Equipment

Technical Specialties

Service Subtitle

Cave 1 Diver

Tec Scooter 1 Diver

Tec Sidemount Diver

Wreck 1 Diver

 Wreck 2 Diver

Scuba Oxygen Tank

Scientific Diving

Scientific divers use specialized expertise to study the underwater environment and utilize scuba or other diving equipment as a tool. The primary role of a scientific diver is that of an observer and data gatherer. Common activities include visual measurements and counts of living organisms, collection of biological or physical samples, underwater surveys, photography, and placement of scientific equipment.

Scientific 1 Diver

Scientific 2 Diver

 

Scientific Diver Specialties

 Archeology 1 Diver

 Archeology 2 Diver

Fresh Water Biology 1 Diver

Fresh Water Biology 2 Diver

Geology 1 Diver

Geology 2 Diver

Heritage Discovery Course

Marine Biology 1 Diver

Marine Biology 2 Diver

Ocean Discovery Course

Pack of Fish

Professional and Leadership Programs

Take your passion to the next level and make your hobby your profession!  We are always looking for energetic individuals with a real passion for leading, teaching and scuba

Divemaster
Three Star Diver 50mt
Three Star Nitrox Diver 50mt and max. EAN-40
Four Star Diver
Four Star Nitrox Diver
Assistant Instructor
One Star Instructor
Two Star Instructor