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The great thing about diving is that there’s always something new to see and new to learn, it’s a hobby that never gets boring. Your entry-level certification course really just whets your appetite for the years of adventure ahead and there are many more skills to learn than clearing your mask and putting your equipment together.

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Recommended courses to sign up for next:

  • PADI Advanced Open Water – Newly qualified Open Water Divers usually take this course as it helps build skills, confidence and is great fun too! The 5 dives will introduce you to underwater navigation, deep diving (to a maximum depth of 30 metres) and three more areas of your choice.
  • PADI Specialty Courses – you might want to try a particular area of diving that you’ve not tried before such as the Digital Underwater Photographer, or hone skills you’ve already started to learn such as Peak Performance Buoyancy that will teach you how to dive as gracefully as the seasoned pros! Scooter Diving is also very popular and a great way to explore the reefs. You might be curious about diving with Nitrox and the benefits it gives, if so take the PADI Enriched Air Diver course any time after initial certification. The list of specialty courses is long, so please contact us to find out more about the options available to you.
  • PADI Rescue Diver – once you’ve completed the Advanced course this could be your next challenge. Often cited as the most rewarding course a diver can take as knowing what to do in an emergency at the surface or underwater gives an incredible boost to your own diving confidence.

To find out about the entire list of courses or for further details of those listed above, please contact us.