Curious about getting into diving?
If you're considering your first dive course, have a look at our questions page. It covers a whole bunch of scuba related questions and has the all the lowdown on what is involved in getting started.
Still not sure? Come for a free try dive. We'll give you the chance to see what it is like to be on SCUBA in the safety of our pool - no obligations, no strings attached.
Or a salty seadog ready to learn some new tricks?
The learning process does not stop after becoming a qualified diver - it takes effort to become really accomplished. By going beyond Open Water Diver, you can:
Continue to develop your dive skills
Ever thought of swimming inside a wreck, to see a world forgotten for over 50 years? Or maybe you have a flair for capturing moments on camera - Brandon is a mad keen underwater photographer.
It all starts with one of the speciality courses.
Be more confident in and around the water
Most divers who have gone there, cite the rescue course as the turning point in their dive careers. Learn to be truly self sufficient and think like a dive leader.
Dive where only divers with advanced training can
There are awsome sites world-wide where only divers with both advanced and a "deep" qualification may dive. In other cases, operators require rescue training before taking you on some of the more challenging (but unforgettable) dives.
Extend your dive time
Yep, contrary to popular belief, Nitrox has nothing do do with being able to dive deeper - on an oxygen enriched air mix you can extend your overall dives times by up to 30% - which gives you near double the time on the bottom. The nitrox speciality is the first step into the world of technical diving.