We train in accordance with the international guidelines of CMAS and PADI (Norm ISO 24801). In small groups of no more than four students the basics of scuba diving are taught. On “free” afternoons or evenings without dives the necessary theoretical knowledge from the relevant areas such as diving equipment and -medical is taught and explained by illustrative examples.
In five dives and “pool lessons” practical exercises and theoretical base knowledge are combined in the training sessions. Dive language, right tare and attentive behavior in emergencies are just a few examples that are included in our training steps. We are dedicated to make our students responsible recreational divers who demonstrate responsibility by observing all diving directives such as the 40 meter depth limit and the harpoon prohibition.
The training ends after the five practice dives with a theoretical examination. After passing their exam, the students will receive their diving logbook and the internationally recognized Brevet Open Water Diver certification.
Basically, the diving sport is open to everyone, but as with any sport, certain conditions must be met.
Good health is a necessity to start a dive training.
For this reason we need a medical certificate from each interested diver, which should not be older than two years for under 40’s and not older than one year for over 40’s.
For those who want to join on short notice, we offer the possibility to certify the fitness to dive at a German doctor on site of the diving center.
Additionally, a certain familiarity with and connection to water is certainly helpful. Experience in snorkeling is the best basis – but this of course is not mandatory.
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Mirjana und Markus Schempp
Loc. Barbarossa 23
I-57036 Porto Azzurro
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