PADI Dive Against Debris

Description

As a PADI Project AWARE centre, we are delighted to offer an accreditation which recognises the hard work that divers contribute to keeping our coastal waters clear of rubbish. The very low price of this course reflects our commitment to training divers to respect and look after our marine environment. Rubbish that ends up in the sea from the land and boats can entrap, injure and kill marine mammals and fish as well as ruining an otherwise fantastic dive site.

In this course you will learn how to identify and catalogue types of debris and its sources as well as learning safe methods for debris retrieval and disposal. Its a great way to do something extra with you diving, as concetrating on something other than your equipment will improve your diving skills and performance!

Age Range

Aged 12 and above

Prerequisites

PADI Open Water Diver / Junior Open Water Diver

 

Price

Please visit our price list page by clicking here

 

Contact us to book or find out more


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2 weeks ago

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Just a reminder that you need to contact us to book your slot if you still want to dive with us tomorrow.
With all this rain the viz is very low at all shore dive sites at the moment.
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