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Our expert scuba dive trainers have created a large scale of different scuba programs and with great pleasure, will help you choose the most appropriate for you. The fun will be all yours!

FREE DIVERS DESCRIPTION:  The IANTD Technical Diver Course trains divers to dive to 51 meters, and to perform obligatory decompression stops breathing up to 100% oxygen. Academic sessions include a more thorough discourse on diving physics and physiology for diving below 39 meters.

SNORKELING DIVER PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Learn how to use safely and efficiently snorkeling equipment and make breath holding dives to the depth of 3 meters. Ideal for children traveling with diving parents.

OPEN WATER FREE DIVER PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Learn how to use safely and efficiently free diving equipment and make free dives to the depth of 10 meters. Practicing free diving techniques and self/buddy assistant and rescue is also included in the training.

RECREATIONAL OPEN WATER DESCRIPTION: The IANTD Technical Diver Course trains divers to dive to 51 meters, and to perform obligatory decompression stops breathing up to 100% oxygen. Academic sessions include a more thorough discourse on diving physics and physiology for diving below 39 meters.

RESORT DIVER PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Learn the safe use of SCUBA equipment down to the depth of 12m, under the supervision and escort of a diving professional (Divemaster or higher). Ideal for resort visitors who do not have enough free time for a complete diver course.

OPEN WATER DIVER PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Learn how to SCUBA dives with other diver of at least the same level down to the maximum depth of 21 meters. This is a comprehensive course that includes serious diving theory and practical skills that will build up your self confidence. Usually the first course to take in SCUBA diving.

DIVER FIRST AID PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Learn how to provide basic care at most diving and non diving related injuries, and how to deal with life threatening situations. Thorough CPR training and the use of First Aid equipment is included. EVERYBODY should consider taking this course.

OXYGEN ADMINISTRATOR PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Learn how to assemble and effectively use oxygen equipment in diving emergencies. This course includes both theory and practice in possible real life scenarios. More effective if combined with the Diver First Aid course.

ADVANCED OPEN WATER DIVER PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Extend your diving proficiency by gaining supervised experience in various diving conditions and sceneries, not exceeding the depth of 30 meters. This is when most divers do their first Night, Navigation, Deep, Wreck, Boat or Rescue dive, to name a few from the possible experience dives included in the course.

RESQUE DIVER PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Learn how to deal with difficult situations that could endanger yourself and/or your dive buddy while on the surface or underwater, using SCUBA equipment, Free Diving Equipment or no diving equipment at all.

DIVEMASTER PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: This is when recreational divers become diving professionals. Divemasters learn how to supervise divers and lead diving groups, and how to assist diving instructors during diver training. Emergency skills are also updated. The maximum depth of 39 meters is not exceeded.

SPECIALTY DIVER PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Divers that acquire supervised experience of a certain diving specialty can be certified as such. This is a practical program that requires no specific theory other than useful information and guidelines presented by the IANTD instructor before or after the dive (Briefing/Debriefing). Possible diving specialties may be : Underwater Photography or Videography, Underwater Navigation, Drysuit Diver, Wall Diver, Boat Diver, Drift Diver, Full Face Mask Diver, DPV Diver, Night Diver, Surface Supplied Diver, Search and Recovery Diver, Lake Diver, Wreck Diver, Cavern Diver…and others.

EANx DIVERS DESCRIPTION: The IANTD Technical Diver Course trains divers to dive to 51 meters, and to perform obligatory decompression stops breathing up to 100% oxygen. Academic sessions include a more thorough discourse on diving physics and physiology for diving below 39 meters.

EANx DIVER PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Learn how to use EANx mixes containing 22-40% of Oxygen during recreational diving. This is a course for every SCUBA diver.

ADVANCED EANx DIVER PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Learn how to use EANx mixes in advanced Open Water diving with limited decompression down to the depth of 39 meters. Extra safety without too much extra equipment.

TECHNICAL DIVER PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Build the necessary theoretical background and practice essential skills to dive beyond decompression limits down to the depth of 51 meters using EANx mixes. These usually are two mix dives, a bottom mix that is used throughout the dive and a deco mix that is used during decompression stops to increase efficiency and/or safety. Equipment is increased and becomes specific to certain applications (Technical Equipment)

WRECK DIVERS DESCRIPTION: The IANTD Technical Diver Course trains divers to dive to 51 meters, and to perform obligatory decompression stops breathing up to 100% oxygen. Academic sessions include a more thorough discourse on diving physics and physiology for diving below 39 meters.

WRECK DIVER PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Students learn the theory and techniques of wreck diving with limited penetration (unobstructed exit must be always visible) and line use. Maximum depth depends of other certifications the diver may hold, but generally the maximum depth of 39 meters is not exceeded.

TECHNICAL WRECK DIVER PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
Build the necessary theoretical background and practice essential skills to do penetration wreck dives beyond decompression limits down to the depth of 51 meters using EANx mixes. These usually are two mix dives, a bottom mix that is used throughout the dive and a deco mix that is used during decompression stops to increase efficiency and/or safety. Equipment is increased and becomes specific to certain applications (Technical Equipment). Great emphasis is put on line deployment and use.

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