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Specialty of the Month Calendar Cards, January, Dry Suit Diver

 

Are you new to diving and want to give it a try?

Are you an experienced diver that wants to continue diving education?

Do you want to try a new PADI speciality or one of our own specialities?

 

 

See course dates and availabilities

Whichever of these fits your profile, we can help. Browse through our pages to see the great variety of courses that we offer, both PADI and our own, as we off a wide range of diving courses from childrens’ and beginners’ courses through to advanced specialities.

If you are a qualified diver but have not been in the water for some time, we can also provide Scuba Review and ReActivate courses to help you get back up to speed.

As an authorised PADI Dive Resort centre, you be confident that our training courses are run to a consistently high standard by qualified current instructors and that the certifications you receive from us will be recognised worldwide.

Our key courses are listed in the menu, with links to full course details.  Further courses and detailed course outlines are being added regularly, so if you can’t find the course you want or the full information that you need, please contact us directly.

 

 


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4 days ago

Well done to Katy, Karen and Andre for passing their PADI Open Water today.
Congratulations to you all and see you all soon on Club Dives.
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5 days ago

Open water first sea dives today, great skills from you all, keep up the good work for tomorrow and you will have nailed it and do not worry about the exam, you have all studied hard.
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1 week ago

It’s getting closer to that time of year where the weather will change and it will get colder, so which speciality would you like us to schedule in.

Stay warm in the sea with the drysuit spec free if you purchase a new drysuit from us.

RNLI sea survivor been seen and safe if separated from you group and how to stay warm

Night diver, spend more time diving as daylight diving has a shorter window, see new thing as lots of animals only come out of hiding at night.

EFRI primary and secondary, learn cpr and AED along with first aid, great classroom course, no need to worry about the weather.

Enriched air, dive longer between 15 and 30 meters or have a shorter surface interval, more time diving. Again nice warm classroom with optional dive.

We offer a lot more PADI speciality course but just a few to think about.
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1 week ago

Great escorted dives yesterday at Portmellon the weather is still great for diving and conditions are calm. Sea temp is still 16 degrees and visibility between 2 and 6 meters.
Whilst Diving picked up some debris which included underpants and a coffee cup lid, must have been a wild party on the beach.
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1 week ago

Another 1 hour dive today with Leila Thompson at Portmellon, it never disappoints, only a 6 meter dive and 2-4m of visibility but at 16 degrees who cares, lots to see.
Tried my old bare xsc2 tech dry drysuit to see if it was fit for winter and oh it leaks, zip material suspect but it has done lots of dives, but with Bare ultrawarm base layer, thermulation heated undersuit and Bare ct200 undersuit on I was warm just very wet, back to my bare velocity ultrawarm wetsuit now or my dry Azdry drysuit, who knows which I’ll choose.

Back in tomorrow for two escorted dives.

See you all soon for next Club dive, or course dives.
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