PADI Master SCUBA Diver

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The Master SCUBA Diver accreditation is not a course as such.

When you have 50 or more dives logged and have at least 5 PADI Specialities, you can claim you PADI Master SCUBA Diver accreditation directly from PADI. We can provide you with a form and one of our instructions will validate it to inform PADI that you have reached to required criteria. Have a look at the PADI Speciality courses that we offer to get you to your Master SCUBA Diver status.

Age Range

The minimum age is 12.

Prerequisites

PADI Rescue Diver

5 PADI Specialities

50 logged dives

Price

POA at www.padi.com

 

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