Many people equate doing a PADI scuba diving continuing education course to the Open Water course they did. They think about all the time spent in the classroom viewing videos, doing theory, exams, pool skills, all to just enjoy four dives where they had to complete more skills. However, that first Open Water course teaches a non-diver how to become a diver and therefore takes a longer period of time.
With most continuing education courses, there is minimal classroom time for theory and little to no time required in the pool. It’s all about the dives, and let’s face it, that’s what we went on our dive trip to do – DIVE!
Have you ever been on a dive and your instructor has perfect buoyancy? Have you wondered how do they seem to just float through the water with such ease and minimal fin kicks? It’s only because of the number of dives and the amount of time under the sea to perfect it with much trial and error. Trust me, they did not always make it look so easy. Why not try the PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy course and dive with more confidence, better air management, and less required weight by the end of the course.
Are you planning on scuba diving in Playa Del Carmen for three days while on your next holiday? Why not do the PADI Advanced Open Water Course? Its five dives with an instructor to work on the things that are important to you. If you are diving anyhow, you might as well use it to gain more knowledge. You can learn about deep diving and navigation, as well as choosing three other specialty dives that interest you.
Are you planning on enjoying some deep wall dives while on holiday? Why not take the PADI Deep Diver Specialty and learn about the challenges and differences when you exceed the depth of 18 meters or 60 feet.
While Diving in Playa Del Carmen, there are so many great PADI specialty courses just waiting for you to take part in and at Diversity Diving we offer everything from Open Water to Divemaster and everything in between. You also have the opportunity to dive with the best scuba instructor in Playa Del Carmen. Remember, 80% of the world is water, let us help you enjoy it more.