Enjoy your unique and personalised experience in a unique submarine enclave and discover diving in a pleasant and controlled way with autonomous equipment.
Minimum Age 12 years old. *
the total time of the activity is around two and a half hours. You only need a swimsuit and the desire to discover another world. The price includes full equipment and insurance during the experience. One instructor per person.
Watching a short video that explains what you are going to do and the things you must bear in mind.
Your instructor will explain what you are going to do again and answer any questions you may have. To assure that everybody enjoys the experience, you will be accompanied and directed by an instructor and/or divemaster at all times during the underwater outing.
Open Water Diver
Learn the theoretical and technical basics needed to be able to dive with a buddy and without supervision up to a maximum depth of 18/20m.
Older than 14, medical certificate and two photographs
It consists of both a theoretical and a practical part, the latter being completed in 3-5 days. The price includes full equipment, insurance during the course, learning materials (manual and dive charts) and license processing.
You´ll be given a paper manual, dive charts, a DVD and face-to-face tutoring in several revision classes, after which you will complete a small written test.
First contact in shallow water and 4 immersions in open waters. We´ll develop the PADI required exercises, focusing on the floating techniques that are fundamental to enjoying subaquatic outings where you can discover new environments.
Advanced Open Water Diver
Develop and perfect the specific abilities needed for diving with a buddy up to a depth of 40m.
To be an OWD, over 14, medical certificate and two photographs.
A fundamentally practical course with five immersions, over a minimum of three days. The immersions can be programmed to your convenience. You can do your course immersions at different dive centres, they´re called adventure immersions.
The student will revise certain considerations with a manual and DVDs to this effect.
Consists of five immersions, two are compulsory: the Subaquatic Orientation (using a compass) and the Deep Immersion (between 18 and 30 metres, without decompression). The rest can be chosen from a wide range of possibilities; Subaquatic Naturalism (identification of flora and fauna species), Night Diving, Dry Suit …
Emergence First response
First Aid training, both primary and secondary.
Course with 16h reading materials, PADI-EFR and a support DVD.
Class review before the practical activities. CPR protocol, primary and secondary assessment, putting a first aid kit together... With a final written test. Practical Part: Put the theory into practice, CPR on a manikin, choking, emergency bandaging, transporting victims..
Basic problem prevention techniques and management of dive emergencies. Requirements:
Over 14, AOWD and valid First Aid Course (completed less than two years ago), two photographs and valid medical certificate.
Individualised study with PADI material and DVD support. The price includes all learning materials, insurance for the duration of the course, license processing and full equipment, though it´s recommended to use your own. Minimum time frame is three days.
Class review before activities. Stress, what it is and the effects it produces. How to control it. Safety rules. Emergency plans. Notions of equipment maintenance, how to minimise and avoid the risks involved. Prevention and preparation. Final written test similar to the OWD.
Exercises and rescue simulations in open waters under an instructor´s supervision. Making emergency plans. The course doesn´t have immersions as such, but we try to make it more pleasant by combining it with dives.
Nitrox is nothing more than a gas mix that contains a higher proportion of oxygen than air (21%). The idea is to reduce the amount of Nitrogen breathed. Requirements:
Open Water Diver or Junior Open Water Diver.
This course is designed for autonomous study. PADI material. Manual and chart. Web tools. You get a download code with each manual. The price includes the learning material, insurance for the duration of the course, license processing and full equipment. Two immersions. Minimum recommended time is two days.
Although the course is designed for autonomous study, we can support the learning process with review classes if necessary. Learn the safety rules of diving with nitrox. Final written exam similar to the Rescue and OWD ones.
Although the PADI designed course does not require practical exercises, we organise them with two immersions with nitrox to put what we´ve learnt into practise.
Turn your hobby into a profession. Perfect your knowledge and techniques to become a safe and professional divemaster.
Over 18, official medical certificate and two photographs. To be a Rescue Diver, valid First Aid course (completed less than two years ago), and to have completed at least 40 signed immersions to apply.
This course is designed as the first step of the diving career, developing knowledge and techniques to a professional level. The price includes learning materials, insurance during the course, the immersions and practical exercises. It does not include the equipment. This qualification allows you to work in any dive centre in the world. You can, and are recommended to, participate in the day to day life of the dive centre.
Develop a strong knowledge of dive theory. The theoretical modules focus on specialisation in physics, physiology, equipment, marine environment, diver supervision... There is a written test for the various subjects.
You will learn how to guide a group, help to develop divers, diving baptisms... A series of physical resistance and dive ability exercises will be done and evaluated numerically.
For other courses and specialities; dry suit instructor assistant, equipment maintenance, photography, video, please enquire.
Objective: Learn how to use a Semiautomatic External defibrillator (SAED)
Requirements: Basic life support training with CPR training (cardiopulmonary reanimation).
Overview: Study supported by learning material (book or digital format) and with a training SAED. Four hour programme. Practical study with a manikin.
Objective: Learn the use of oxygenation equipments in dive emergencies. Requirements: Recommended training in Basic Life Support with CPR (cardiopulmonary reanimation)
Overview: Individualised study with DAN material. With a manual and support DVD, class review before practical exercises. Written test. Five hour course.
Practical Part: Diving accident simulations and exercises where the safety protocols advise use of oxygenation equipment.
SEA LIFE INJURIES
Objective: Knowledge and identification of potentially dangerous organisms; prevention and action in accidents relating to sea life.
Requirements: Recommended training in Basic Life Support with CPR (cardiopulmonary reanimation).
Overview: Theoretical module about marine organisms that can provoke serious injuries to divers or in other sea activities. Manual and support DVD. Four hour programme.
Practical Part: Practical exercises on reacting to stings, bites and intoxications produced by live organisms.
To reach, in a unified manner, the dexterity and knowledge need for the SAED, Oxygenation, Advanced Oxygenation and Sea Life Injuries courses. Requirements: Basic life support training with CPR (cardiopulmonary reanimation).
Conjoined study of the previous four courses.
The practical parts of the referred courses.
BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (BLS)
Objective: To learn the techniques of Basic Life Support in victims with life threatening injuries, whilst waiting for the local medical services to take over.
Overview: Recommended training in First Aid. DAN learning material is included on paper or in digital format. Four hour course.
Theory: Basic notions of human anatomy and physiology. Action protocols. Activating the emergency services.
Practical Part: Emergency breathing, thoracic compressions, haemorrhage control, Heimlich manoeuvrer, safety positions...