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What depth will I be diving during training?2018-10-29T12:53:14+01:00

You’ll be underwater for around 20 minutes to a depth of approximately 5 metres and/or 1400 litres of compressed gas will be used.

How long are the training dives?2018-10-29T12:51:35+01:00

Most Training Dives are a minimum of 20 minutes submerged at approximately 5 metres.

Do I have to pay the whole course fee up front?2018-10-29T12:49:39+01:00

No, we simply ask for an initial deposit of £100, the remaining cost of the course is required once your water training sessions begin.

Do I have to be able to swim really well?2018-10-29T12:47:41+01:00

No but you do have to be able to swim 200 metres and can use any swimming style to do so and there’s no time limit. In distance terms it’s around 8 lengths of a standard swimming pool. You will also need to be able to tread water for 10 minutes.

What does Scuba stand for?2018-10-29T12:44:14+01:00

Scuba stands for Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus.

Is it Scary Underwater?2018-10-29T12:43:05+01:00

Firstly you are going out of your comfort zone, doing something different for the very first time, my role as your Scuba Instructor is to make you feel safe & comfortable. There are many creatures in the oceans and sea’s etc none of them want to hurt us intentionally. We are nice to them and the response is always reciprocated.

Do the diving courses take a long time?2018-10-29T12:39:47+01:00

All courses are structured on PADI’s philosophy of performance based & student centred. Put simply, you control the time it takes you to get certified on training progress.

Will my ears hurt?2018-10-29T12:37:43+01:00

As long as you have no medical injury to your ears, then no. You will be taught how to equalize your ears safely during your course and as you descend.