Haven’t been diving lately?
Your diving certification does not expire. Participation in a Refresher program is not mandatory, but recommended as an easy way to refresh your foundational scuba safety knowledge and skills if you haven’t been diving in a while.
We offer you three different options to choose the most appropriate for you!
The Refresher program is the perfect way to update your scuba diving skills and knowledge from the Open Water Diver Course before jumping back into the water. It’s quick and easy, and a good way to get prepared for your next PADI/SSI Course or get ready for a boat dive.
Together with one of our PADI/SSI Pros you will review the basic knowledge of scuba diving, practice putting your gear together and doing a pre-dive safety check. In the water, you’ll review all the basic and most important scuba skills, focusing on good buoyancy control, including mask clearance, regulator clearance and recovery, octopus use, etc. and a short dive after the skills are completed. The program takes place from the shore and in a maximum depth of 10 meters.
We usually contact this program in the morning, which takes about two and a half to three hours and it can be combined with an extra boat dive in the afternoon!
Beach Check Dive
If you haven’t been diving for a while, but you feel you do not need a theory and diving skills review, then this is the right option to start diving again, before you jump on a more demanding boat dive.
Together with your Instructor, you will set up your diving gear and after a short briefing, you will get into the water for a 40′ minute dive from the shore, in a maximum depth of 12 meters. Before, though, you start your dive, you will have the chance to practice in shallow water three basic diving skills: mask clearance, regulator clearance and regulator recovery!
We usually contact this program in the morning and you can combine it with an extra boat dive in the afternoon!