Open Water Diver to Divemaster


YOUR PROFESSIONAL GOAL: To become an Divemaster

So you want to work in the dive industry? An exciting career of diving, guiding and sharing the beautiful underwater world with divers across the world starts with a PADI Divemaster certification. This Preparatory and Professional Level 1 course is designed to take the a non-diver through the first level of professional diving; the PADI Divemaster course. With a PADI Divemaster professional certification, you can work almost anywhere in the world. Learn more about the course you will take on your journey to become a PADI Divemaster below.


PADI Open Water Diver:

Learn to Scuba Dive with the PADI Open Water Course. This class consists of online learning that teaches you the basic of scuba diving. After that you'll enjoy 2 pool sessions and 4 open water dives on the local reefs to become a certified and safe diver. Due to your inexperience at this point, we will continue diving for 8 more days (4 dives per day) with no agenda except gain confidence and experience underwater as a diver and ocean ambassador.

PADI Advanced Open Water:

Learn new skills and discover what else a dive can be past your Open Water training. Gain your initial experience in Deep Diving and try your hand at navigating, while perfecting your underwater buoyancy and trim. We also have a chance to get up close and personal with sharks through PADI's Shark Awareness program and to participate in ocean cleanups through PADI's Dive Against Debris initiative. 

PADI Specialty Courses:

Your training will hit the next level through a variety of speciality courses. You were introduced to deep diving, navigating the Reef and possibly even wreck diving through your Advanced Open Water. Your next step is to become an expert in these fields.

Through the PADI Deep & Enriched Air Courses you will learn how things change as you dive deeper, how to manage emergencies at depth and the implications of using Nitrox gas blends to increase bottom time.

The PADI Navigation Course will build you confidence as you learn to trust your compass and make it back to the boat on time at the end of the dive.

PADI Search and Recovery Diver Course will hone your ability to find and recover a verity of object and safely surface them with tools such as a lift bag.

PADI Rescue Diver:

Time to take the blinders off. The Rescue Diver Course is designed to raise the diver’s awareness level of things going on around them and to help prevent incidents from occurring. Should an incident arise, you will be trained on how to act accordingly and offer assistance until emergency responders arrive.

Along with the during the rescue course, you will participate in an Emergency First Responder courseCPRm First Aid and AED Use are necessary skills for any rescue diver to have. During this course you will learn many lifesaving techniques and first aid for dive accidents which will be put to the test during your rescue diver course. We will also certify you in the use of emergency oxygen, which is a kill rescue tool for divers, through the PADI Emergency O2 Provider course.

PADI Divemaster:

The PADI Divemaster Course, your first step to become an industry professional, teaches you to be a leader and take charge of dive activities. Through knowledge development sessions, water-skill exercises and workshops, and hands-on practical assessment, you develop the skills to organize and direct a variety of scuba diving activities. By the end of this course you will have at least 100 logged dives.

Total Price: $4678 plus tax. ALL PADI FEES included.

The diver will need to wait 6 months from the date of Open Water certification to progress into the next levels of professional diving.

Mask, Fins, and Snorkel are required for the Open Water Diver Course.

A full set of SCUBA gear will be required for the Divemaster Course.

Financing is available for gear purchases.

Discounts and gear packages available!