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After a short chat to explain the rules of diving, you will be introduced to the first steps to sensation of breathing underwater.
Your instructor will then show you a little marine life, without you ever going out of your depth. This course is our cheapest option and is only meant to give you a taste of what diving is about. Normally you spend around 10 to 15 mins underwater. After that, there will be no stopping you!
Discover Scuba Diving
The next step is to evaluate how much time you have to go diving. If you have the time, we recommend taking the Open Water or Advanced courses, which will give you the benefit of internationally recognised certification.
Before going out, you will be introduced to using the equipment and certain techniques to cope with any problems in an area of confined water. This means you can get used to being underwater gradually and in water not out of your depth. Once you are comfortable, your instructor will take you off on a nice shallow dive then bring you back to shore.
At this point, you will have two options for further diving. The first is to enroll in a full Open Water Course and get a license – your Discover Scuba Diving may be credited towards qualification if you enroll within a couple of days after your Discover Scuba diving experience. This will bring a discount in the price of the Open Water Course. The second option is that you can keep diving with direct professional supervision. However, the maximum period you can do this without repeating the course is two weeks. Due to the level of supervision involved, you will notice that follow up dives are a little more expensive than those offered to fully qualified divers.