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PADI Pro Dive Master

Full course $1400.00

This course consist of building a self confident diver able to handle distress situations, assist on courses and lead dives.
Becoming a PADI Pro is a commitment to nature and the safety of divers around the world, as a Pro you will be expected to further be a good role model and share good diving practices with others.
The course consist on completing a PADI eLearning program which we can assign to you and usually takes students about 18 to 27 hours to complete.
For the practical portion of the course we will test your comfort at the surface making swimming tests and underwater tests with scuba gear in shallow water, you will be trained to properly demonstrate diving skills and assist PADI courses.
You will practice to rescue others as well as to lead deep dives, search and recovery dives, discover local dives, night dives and flow and coordination of students during PADI courses.
The practical portion of the course takes about 15 days with a schedule from either 8am to 1:30pm or 1pm to 6:30pm and a night dive is made from 6pm to 8:45pm.
The price includes PADI eLearning study materials, 1st year of PADI Pro Membership, at least 20 training dives, Professional Dive Instructors, boat transportation to sites, snacks between day dives and scuba gear (which we recommend if planing on becoming a Pro Diver to start getting your own dive gear set together).
We also offer the possibility for internships to a professional level which we highly recommend since it would make the experience 2 months long having more time to practice dive more and fortify your skills as a Pro Diver.

(Internship costs $700.00 plus 350 hours of work)

The best little dive shop in paradise. Come dive or get certified with us. We offer a personalized service and the guarantee that you will have a smile at the end of the day 🙂

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