5 Star PADI Instruction

Our top priority is to produce highly trained and competent scuba divers.We do not cut corners on any of our training courses and only use high quality and well maintained diving equipment.Our instructors are all professional people who have your safety and enjoyment at heart.

We are able to offer all PADI courses through our facility from beginner to Staff instructor.PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) is the largest commercial recreational diver training agency in the world and is a purely dive centre orientated option recognised all over the world.

Our courses are listed below and you can view more details on each course by clicking on it. The price includes all transport and equipment for each course and also includes PADI CERTIFICATION.

PADI Courses

Discover Scuba Diving – €80

Scuba Diver – €270 Euros +Manual

Open Water Course – €380 + Manual

Adventure Diver – €200 + Manual

Advanced Open Water Course – €285 + Manual

EFR – First Aid, Primary and Secondary Care, CPR – €140 including Manual

Rescue Course – €295 + Manual

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Doing Your Classwork Online

With PADI eLearning, you complete the knowledge development (classroom) portion of the most popular courses* at your own pace – studying anytime and anywhere you have a high-speed internet connection. If you have a busy schedule or just prefer the convenience of online study, eLearning is a good choice.

This works really well for if you don’t want the classwork to dampen your fun while you’re on holiday! Get the classwork out of the way and enjoy your course in a relaxed and much more fun way.

* The courses you can do elearning for: Scuba Diver, Open Water Course, Adventure Diver, Advanced Open Water Course, EFR – First Aid, Primary and Secondary Care, CPR, Rescue Course


Follow the PADI link to order your e learning package and start learning right away. Remember to use our store number 35113, as your preferred dive centre!

More About PADI

The world’s largest scuba diving training organization, PADI was dreamed up in 1966 by two friends in Illinois over a bottle of Johnnie Walker. It’s true.

John Cronin, a scuba equipment salesman for U.S. Divers, and Ralph Erickson, an educator and swimming instructor, were concerned about the scuba diving industry. They felt that the scuba certification agencies that existed at the time were unprofessional, didn’t use state-of-the-art instruction, and made it unnecessarily difficult for people to enter the sport. John and Ralph knew there had to be a safer, easier way for people to learn to breathe underwater.

Their goal – to give more people a chance to enjoy the underwater world by offering relevant, instructionally valid scuba diving training to create confident scuba divers who dive regularly.