SNORKEL

Through a mask, breathing through the tube (snorkel), you can see the sea bottom while swimming to the surface without having to raise your head to breathe. You can also, while holding your breath, swim in apnea and observe aquatic life. Snorkel, is a starting point, a discovery on your way to dive.

With snorkel, you will learn:

How to choose, adjust and use snorkel equipment.

Basic advices for achieving, be able to afloat with safety in the water.

Snorkeling breathing techniques to better enjoy the time with less effort.

EQUIPMENT

Mask
Snorkel (tube)
Fins
Vest

DIVING BAPTISM

Requirements
Minimum age 10 years and
filing the statement.

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Our diving centers follow educational programs PADI Discover Scuba Diving and Scuba Diving SSITry, practical programs and easy to learn that give you access to have the first unforgettable experiences in the underwater world.

What are you going to learn in the diving baptism? * At the dive center will get to know the equipment; learn what it is for and how it works; Then in the pool you will learn to breathe underwater; how to swim and do some exercises to make you feel more confident before diving into the sea.

DEEP DIVE

Requirements
15 years old;
Adventure Diver or equivalent and
the Medical Statement signed

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You will learn to develop techniques, knowledge and the skills necessary to participate safely in dives below 18 m. After completing this specialty you will be qualified to dive to a maximum limit of recreational diving (40 meters).

CURRICULAR PLAN:

PADI - 2 theoretical sessions and 4 lessons in the sea
SSI – 2 theoretical sessions and 3 classes at sea

DIVING WITH ENRICHED AIR (NITROX)

Requirements
12 years old;
Open Water Diver or equivalent and
the Medical Statement signed

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It won’t be long so diving with oxygen enriched air (nitrox) is the most common. Feeling less tired after a few daily dives, being able to extend the no-decompression limits and shortening the surface intervals are the main advantages of diving with this type of mix that requires a certification in this specialty.

CURRICULAR PLAN:

1 theoretical session and a practical test

DIVING IN WRECKS AND SHIPWRECKS

This is one of the most spectacular specialties that you can have. Learn: how to identify the main features and the special attention that you must have to dive in wrecks and / or shipwrecks; various navigation techniques; using the reel and the line; to make use of lights and supplementary air bottle; diving in very low visibility conditions and, possibly you will learn the penetration techniques in areas without direct access to the surface.

CURRICULAR PLAN:

PADI - 2 theory sessions and 4 lessons in the sea
SSI - 2 theory sessions and 2 lessons in the sea
Requirements
15 years old;
Adventure Diver or equivalent and
the Medical Statement signed

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NIGHT DIVE

What is the first sensation you have about the idea of diving at night? In this specialty are presented different techniques from those used daylight dives, the challenge of underwater orientation and makes you capable of planning your night dives by yourself.

CURRICULAR PLAN:

PADI - 2 theoretical sessions and 3 classes at sea
SSI - 2 theory sessions and 2 lessons in the sea
Requirements
12 years old;
Open Water Diver or equivalent and
the Medical Statement signed

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DRIFT DIVE

This course aims to prepare participants to delve into water current conditions or where the place of ascent and water output is far from entry and descent. You will learn which procedures to take so that the group or partners remain united, evaluate rising situations and ensure support to the surface but, above all to enjoy the senation it gives to ride on a water current.

CURRICULAR PLAN:

1 theoretical session and 2 dives in the sea
Requirements
12 years old;
Open Water Diver or equivalent and
the Medical Statement signed

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FLOATABILITY CONTROL

Requirements
Open Water Diver or equivalent and
the Medical Statement signed
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A good buoyancy control is the basis so diving is a relaxing and fun activity. Optimize the use of your vest, train various types of propulsion and realize of how your breathing influences your diving are the goals of this specialty.

CURRICULAR PLAN:

1 theoretical session and 2 lessons in the sea

UNDERWATER NAVIGATION

Reduce the anxiety that disorientation can bring during a dive, optimize the planning of the same dive and enjoy better what it offers us are some of the advantages to exercise your guiding skills and underwater navigation. Observing your surroundings and using the compass will help you to have a very clear idea of where you are, of how to go where you want and how to get back to the point of ascent.

CURRICULAR PLAN:

PADI - theoretical sessions and 3 classes in the sea
SSI - 2 theoretical sessions and 2 lessons in the sea
Requirements
10 years old;
Open Water Diver or equivalent and
the Medical Statement signed

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SCUBA SCOOTER (DPV)

This course is intended for divers who want to feel the excitement of swimming with an underwater scooter. It aims to familiarize students with the knowledge, maneuver techniques, planning, organization and resolution of any problems that may occur.

CURRICULAR PLAN:

1 theoretical session and 2 dives in the sea
Requirements
12 years old;
Open Water Diver or equivalent and
the Medical Statement signed

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EMERGENCY OXYGEN PROVIDER

As it’s known, the oxygen supply is the best and quickest answer that can be given in most accidents that occur while diving. From divers themselves to all who deal directly with this activity must have knowledge not only to recognize the type of emergency, as well as to prepare and administer oxygen to a diver in need.

This course acquires an added value if given together with PADI rescue diver or Diver Stress & Rescue SSI, or even to complement the Emergency First Response or React Right.

CURRICULAR PLAN:

1 theoretical session and a session with several practical exercises
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