Perfect for those who want a quick introduction to scuba diving.In only half a day,you will learn all the basic skills you require for you´re first scuba diving experience and what a perfect place to do it,Ibiza-voted No.1 Scuba Diving Location In Europe by PADI.
If you find you want to learn more and would like to obtain a title which allows a certain amount of independence whilst scuba diving but you are short on time (3 days minimum are needed), you can choose this course. 3 theory modules, 3 practical modules in confined water and 2 open water dives will allow you to dive to a depth of 12 metres under professional supervision. This option constitutes the 1st, 2nd and 3rd modules of the PADI Open Water Diver course.
If your objective is to become a fully qualified independent scuba diver then this is the course. It includes the previous two options and they do not need to be completed beforehand (if you have completed them, then you will have already covered half the course). The PADI Open Water Diver course is based on 5 theory modules, 5 practical modules in confined water and 4 open water dives. The duration of the couse is about 5 days and allows us to achieve the title of open water divers, allowing a diving depth up to 18 metres.
The course lasts 3 days.
This course is directed at those who want to perfect their diving technique. The course is composed of 5 speciality dives (2 complulsory and 3 optional):
- Underwater Navigation
- Deep dive
- Search and Rescue
- Multilevel and computer use
- Buoyancy control
- Night dive
- Wreck dive
- Underweater nature awareness
First aid couse and CPR. This couse is highly recomended for all divers and non-divers alike. It covers the basic notions that will teach us how to react in an emergency situation. This is course or an equivalent course are a necessary requirement in order to continue the PADI course structure and to choose the Rescue Diver course. The course lasts 2 days.
Course aimed at diving related emergencies. You will learn how to react if you are involved in a real emergency situation. The course lasts 5 days.
This couse is for those who want to achieve the first professional qualification withing recrational scuba diving. As a pre-requisite to achieving this title you will need to have obtained all the previous PADI qualifications or equivalent courses, a first aid course completed within the last two years and a minimum of 60 logged dives before the end of the course. The course lasts 10 days.
These courses allow you to develop specific areas of scuba diving that you are interested in, achieving an additional training that can be very useful.
- Diving with Enriched Air (Nitrox)
- Night Diving
- Deep Diving
- Wreck Diving
- Team specialities
- Dry Suit Diving
- Underwater nature specialist