Enriched Air Nitrox, the most popular of the PADI Specalty courses. Diving with Enriched Air gives you more No decompression time which can be great for wreck diving.

The PADI Enriched Air diver course is only a half day classroom session that teaches you how to plan your dives using Enriched Air Nitrox, managing oxygen exposure and analysing your cylinder contents. After completing the theory and analysing your Nitrox cylinder you will certified as a PADI Enriched Air Diver. The dives are optional.

Minimum of 12 years old with Open Water Diver certification  to begin the course. More Info

Enriched Air Nitrox course (1 day) Theory, manual and certification. (No dives required) 6,500 Baht.

Enriched Air Nitrox course (2 days) Theory, manual and certification plus 2 Nitrox dives 10,500 Baht.

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The PADI Wreck Specialty DIve Course will certify you to make Wreck penetration dives within the natural light zone.

During this course you will learn about:-

The techniques and potential hazards of wreck diving,

Divng the wreck in limited visibility with the use of guide lines, reels and flash lights,

Over 2 days you will make 4 wreck training dives including one penetration dive. More Info

PADI Wreck Specialty DIve Course, 2 days. 12,500 Baht

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On completion of this course you will  be able to explore deeper dive sites by extending your maximum depth limit to 40 metres.

Deep Diver training with our PADI Specialty Instructor includes:-

Deep dive planning and managing your air supply,

Reviewing your buddy procedures and buoyancy control,

Understanding your personal limits and reasons for deep diving,

Using Specialized deep diving equipment.

Dealing with narcosis and safety concerns.

On completion of the PADI Deep Diver course you will have gained more confidence in deep dive techniques and extended your recreational depth limit to 40 metres.

PADI Deep DIver Course, 2 days. 12,500 Baht.

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PADI Sidemount Diver course


PADI Drift Diver course

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