PADI

For all scuba dive courses offered, from Bubblemaker through to Assistant Instructor rating, we follow PADI standards.

The image below shows the route and the levels that someone can follow to become certified at the desired level with PADI. For each course, we provide the appropriate reading and audio-visual material.

In both the theoretical and the practical parts of the training, we follow the organization’s standards, so that students can be adequately informed and prepared for the sea and the underwater world in general.

All you have to do is to select the path of your choice and follow it up. Gain the knowledge and skills of every level before moving to the next one. Although each level may have a different degree of difficulty, the reward is certainly worth it. It is up to you, to decide which level you want to obtain.

Padi Levels
 

Padi Bubblemaker

Prerequisites:

Age 8+ no prior experience necessary

Description:

Children's first contact with the underwater world

Duration:

1 day

Maximum Depth:

2 meters

Discover Scuba Dive

Prerequisites:

Mimimum age 10 no prior experience necessary

Description:

Experience the thrill of scuba dive

Duration:

1 day

Maximum Depth:

12 meters

Padi Open Water Diver

Prerequisites:

Mimimum age 10 - no prior experience necessary

Description:

The most recognized diving qualification in the world, enabling the holder to dive safely and independently up to a depth of 18m with a buddy.

Duration:

3-4 days

Maximum Depth:

18 meters

Advanced Open Water Diver

Prerequisites:

PADI Open Water Diver (or equivalent), Minimum age: 12

Description:

Dive Deeper and gain the experience of 5 different types of dives

Duration:

3 days

Maximum Depth:

30 meters

Rescue Diver

Prerequisites:

Minimum age: 12 years, PADI Adventure Diver (or equivalent), including the navigation dive. Current First Aid & CPR

Description:

Gain more confidence underwater and deal with dive-related emergencies

Duration:

4-5 days

Maximum Depth:

30 meters

Divemaster

Prerequisites:

Minimum age: 18 years, Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care (CPR and First Aid) training within the past 24 months. A medical statement signed by a physician within the last 12 months. At least 40 logged dives to begin the course and 60 dives to earn certification.

Description:

Advance your dive knowledge to instructor level and take charge of diving groups. 

Duration:

2 weeks / internship program

Maximum Depth:

40 meters