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Specialty Courses

In PADI Specialty courses you learn more about interesting and challenging dive skills. And the good thing is: “Lets go diving!” Most of the courses don’t require a lot of knowledge development but a lot of diving. Specialty certifications help you to reach the highest non professional rating in the PADI system: The PADI Master Scuba Diver.

PADI Underwater Navigator

When you’re underwater, knowing where you are and where you’re going comes in handy, especially if you’re looking for that beautiful reef that you’ve heard all about. The PADI Underwater Navigator Specialty course will help you become a pro at finding your way underwater. You’ll learn all about natural navigation and further your compass navigation skills.

Become a Natural at Navigation and ensure you take advantage of every minute of every one of your dives

Discover Enriched Air (Nitrox)

With this certification you are allowed to dive with enriched air 32 % with the air table, which you learn on the course. You will learn preparation and diving procedures involved with enriched air diving 32 %.

What do I need to start?
Min. PADI Open Water Diver or equivalence, min. age: 15 years. 2.200,- Baht inc. theory lesson, 02 workshop, certification

PADI Search and Recovery Diver

Have you ever dropped something in the water? Are you looking for lost treasure? The PADI Search and Recovery Diver Specialty course will teach you effective ways to find objects underwater and bring them to the surface. You’ll learn new and efficient search and recovery techniques.

Project AWARE

If you want to learn all about worldwide aquatic ecosystems and how you can protect them, this Specialty course is for you. You’ll learn about aquatic ecosystem degradation and the conservation measures protecting aquatic resources. This includes: The Project AWARE philosophy, the importance and interdependence of worldwide aquatic ecosystems, current issues regarding fisheries, coastal zone management and marine pollution, the status of several critically degraded marine environments and how you can help.

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