New to diving?

Have you ever wondered what it is like to breathe underwater and to explore the coastal seas of both the UK and other countries around the planet?

Well why not start your journey with us?

You can start by trying a SCUBA in a swimming pool to see what it is like to see the surface from below with our pool only PADI Discover SCUBA Diving speciality, or if you want to, why not try a pool and then a sea dive on the same or adjacent days?

If you want to be able to dive anywhere in the World to a depth of 18 meters, then choose the PADI Open Water Course, a four day course with an accreditation that is accepted worldwide. If you are short on time you can do the PADI SCUBA Diving Course which is half of the Open Water Course and then do the rest of the Open Water Course next time you are here.

For younger participants, aged over 8 years old:

PADI Bubblemaker

PADI Seal Team

PADI Discover SCUBA Diving, Pool only

For adults and young people over 10 years old:

PADI Discover SCUBA Diving, Pool only

PADI Discover SCUBA Diving, Pool and Sea session

PADI Open Water Course

PADI SCUBA Diving Course

If you want to progress with your diving career, you can do the PADI Advanced Open Water Course, following by the PADI Rescue Diver Course (you will need to do an Emergency First Response or equivalent course as part of this).

We do lots of PADI Speciality Courses as well as our own if you are interested in exploring particular areas, do 5 PADI Speciality Courses and you can claim your PADI Master SCUBA Diver card when you have 50 logged dives.

And of course if you want to become a professional diver, then you can start by doing your PADI Divemaster Course with us.

Click on the links to find out more or contact us.


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