PADI Certification Courses

Open Water Diver – OWD

This is the first (entry) certification level in scuba diving. You will gain knowledge and skills to dive independently and safely with your scuba diving buddy worldwide. Theory, equipment, and 5 training dives in 3 days. The Groups are small: from 1 to 4 persons. Diving is a fun and a lifetime activity!


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Sidemount diver – SD

Streamlining, comfort, safety, and more gas supply. Great activity for divers who want to dive longer, deeper, for photographers, caves, wrecks diving, as well as technical diving. Perfect for divers with back/legs problems. It’s an amazing feeling of freedom – you will not just dive – you will fly!


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Advanced Diver – AOWD

The Advanced Open Water Diver course will increase your confidence and scuba skills. Five special training dives: deep diving up to 30m, underwater navigation, peak performance buoyancy, multilevel and computer diving, search and recovery. Ask how to embed night dive/nitrox dive. Less theory more diving and no exams!


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Adventure Diver (Specialtys)

The PADI Adventure Diver – welcome to the awesome world of specialty courses. The adventure is just begging. Every certified diver, regardless of level, can find in the list of many specialties, something new and interesting. Every next course is new knowledge, new horizons, and many new friends. Keep on moving, be better!


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All course prices:  Recreational or Technical

Other PADI Certification Courses

Rescue diver
Safety and well-being of other divers.

Emergency first response
The confidence to respond to medical emergencies.

Oxygen provider
Be the one ready to help a fellow diver should the need arise.

Master Scuba Diver
Highest recreational diver level in the PADI System.

First Level of scuba diving as a career.

ATTENTION: FOR ALL courses or diving activities you have to be healthy, in good physical shape. Carefully read fill and sign up all required PADI Documents for student candidates and especially the PADI Medical Statements before you make your booking. All answers must be ’’NO’’. If you answer ’’YES’’ to any of the questions, you have to print the PADI Medical statement, visit your doctor and ask for written permission to start the diving course.


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