Become a Better Diver
Did you know?
If you're looking to become a professional diver then you may like to consider becoming a Divemaster. To start the course you must have completed all training up to Rescue Diver (Open Water, Advanced Open Water, EFR and Rescue), have 40 logged dives (in your logbook) and have a valid first aid / EFR certificate. A Divemaster internship with us takes around 5 weeks and normally includes unlimited diving, kit hire and your Divemaster Crewpak. Call 01608 738 419 for more information.
We get beginners but we also get plenty of people with Open Water, Advanced Open Water and even professional level qualifications looking for experiences with us overseas. We have tried our best to provide trips to suit all diving abilities, but this can be quite a challenge.
95% of our trips include training beyond Open Water level. This means that customers with entry level training can progress their skills and qualifications. This might be just an Advanced course with recreational diving or training from your current level up to Master Scuba Diver. Courses like Divemaster Internships and Instructor Traineeships can be added-on as required at some of our destinations.
Have a good look around our site and get in touch if we can help. We can also tailor a trip to your exact specifications and we're more than happy to have a chat about your requirements to steer you in the right direction.
Please see any of our expeditions if you are already qualified. Diver training for Open Water Diver, Advanced Open Water Diver and Rescue Diver is offered as standard in all our expeditions. If you're after profesional level qualifications such as Divemaster and Instructor then you should be prepared to bolt-on these internships to the core package or contact us for a tailor-made quotation.