Buoyancy is a skill that must be mastered. Every time you go diving, you will adjust your buoyancy to become neutral thus preventing damaging the bottom of the real or being positive and not being able to control your dive. This course will will help you improve your buoyancy.
The AWARE - Coral Reef Conservation Specialty course teaches you about the vital role of coral reefs in the marine environment. The course also familiarizes you with the current state of the world's coral reefs and how you can help.
The PADI Night Diver specialty course will teach you how to maintain contact and effectively communicate with your buddy with the help of your dive light. You will also work on your buoyancy and learn about the changes that happen underwater once the sun sets.
Scuba diving on the best dive sites is always more enjoyable when you know where you’re going. With the PADI Underwater Navigator specialty course, there is no reason to surface far away from the boat or shore exit point and end up with a long swim ahead of you.
Marine debris in our oceans is hazardous to human health and marine life. The course highlights the relevant role that scuba divers have in preventing, removing and reporting debris found underwater.
SPECIALTY includes 4 boat dives
It is a rare diver who has not felt the urge to dive deep. The PADI Deep Diver course opens the door to many new exciting dive sites like deeper wrecks, reefs and walls. As a rule, divers tend to be adventurous people, and deep diving – whether to visit a wreck or take photos – can certainly be called adventurous. It is only natural that like most divers, you have some interest in deep diving.
As a Wreck Diver you gain access to dive wreck sites safely that could otherwise carry inherit risks. Diving on underwater wrecks appeals to most divers, though for many different reasons. You may find yourself attracted to the challenge of exploring the wreck, or a fascination with its historical nature. Underwater photographers love wrecks for their picture potential, while those interested in nature like the fact that wrecks quickly become artificial reefs.
The Project AWARE Specialty program is a non-diving program designed to familiarize divers and non-divers with the conditions of aquatic ecosystems around the world. It also describes what individuals can do to help protect aquatic resources.
SPECIALTY includes 2 boat dives with SHARKS, 2 Nitrox Tanks and ALL equipment
Ever wondered how important sharks are in our marine ecosystems? Who is the biggest predator? This course will teach you the causes of declining shark populations and the actions you can take as a certified diver to become more knowledgeable and prevent overfishing of these majestic creatures!