PADI Open Water course

PADI open water course

Taking the step in becoming a certified PADI Open water diver is often the stepping stone to greater adventures. In the end of this scuba diving course you´ll be certified and trained in how to safely plan and execute a dive with a buddy to a depth of 18 meters.

We start off with a 1-2 days on the classroom/pool to lay the foundations in dive theory and of course the more fun parts of the actual dive skills in the safety and especially comfort of a big pool. Once everything is mastered we take you out to where we really learn how to dive, the big blue. Building on what we already learned in the pool we apply these skills and knowledge to real dives.

You will feel, that what at first felt a bit weird, now feel more comfortable and natural. Going down on the descent line for your first dive, seeing fish in all different kinds of colors and sizes around you. How they pause to see what big strange creatures entered their world is absolutely an unforgettable experience. As you start swimming you start controlling yourself with your breathing, a small inhale lifts you over the big boulders and once over them a gentle exhale takes you down again – the closest we can get to feel how space feels like.

The first time you see a big moray eel swim out in the free, a giant manta ray passing above you, blocking the sun light or maybe the small western clown fish (Nemo) you experience something great. You simply create memories that no one never can take away from you, memories for life.

This is the perfect holiday activity for your family because underwater we are all equal. You´ll meet new people with different background, see new things and you will start going to places few people have ever gone!

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