PADI SPECIALTIES COURSES
PADI Specialties - Develop your diving skills
PADI Specialty courses are a unique opportunity to perfect aspects of diving to suit each diver.
Any of the themes available will deepen your knowledge and practice through subject matter and specialty dives prepared in conjunction with the instructor.
The PADI Enriched Air Diver course is PADI's most popular and chosen specialty. Because?
Because diving with oxygen-enriched air as a percentage of up to 40% (Nitrox) delivers longer diving without decompression, especially in repetitive dives.
If you enjoy spending more time in the water or going for a swim, do not hesitate to become an Enriched Air Diver!
Specialties PADI - The mystery of the depths!
The attraction for depth. There is always an exciting and mysterious sensation when we talk about exploring deeper diving sites.
Shipwrecks and wreckage are almost always responsible for attracting us to less than 18 meters, and also the wall dives where we can appreciate the giant Gorgonians, or sponges.
DIVE WITH DRY APPAREL
Specialties PADI | Do not you like being cold? Here's the solution for you!
Do not you like being cold? Are you tired that the cold conditions your diving a few months a year? Then learn to wear a dry suit. The dry suit seals the water inlet and maintains a comfortable temperature even in surprisingly cold water.
There are incredible dive sites in the coldest places in the world, and the best conditions happen in the cooler months.
Specialties PADI | Get perfect buoyancy with minimal effort!
The attraction and the mystery of diving at night!
Think of diving at night can be intriguing, but at the same time seductive.
The dive sites well known during the day, become completely new at night, the fauna changes the habits, and everything is different when viewed through a diving flashlight.
DIVING IN CAVES
Specialties PADI | Get knowledge and skills to dive into caves properly.
The caves exist in many areas where divers venture - from freshwater sources to volcanic walls, islands and limestone coasts.
In these places you can find large dark spaces that seem incredibly inviting, but are potentially dangerous.