PADI Recreational Courses
Blue Label Diving specializes in Technical Diving Courses only but we wanted to add a few of the PADI recreational courses as well for the recreational diver, like open water diver or advanced open water diver that is looking into doing something else and giving them a “soft tech” introduction via these PADI courses.
These specialties are all you need on top of you Advanced Open Water level to do your first tec level TecRec40. The Wreck will give you a good intro for an Advanced Wreck course, where you actually penetrate a wreck and the Deep Specialty prepares you for the deeper diver level courses like the Tec 45 and Tec 50.
An other PADI Recreational course Specialty that is very popular is the PADI Sidemount course. If you think its difficult to carry the tank on your back before you jump into the water or if you have disabilities this is the perfect course for you. Once you know how to dive with 2 cylinders the step towards TEC is much quicker and easier.
PADI NITROX SPECIALTY
The PADI Enriched Air Diver course is PADI’s most popular specialty scuba diving course, and it’s easy to see why. Scuba diving with enriched air nitrox gives you more no decompression dive time. This means more time underwater, especially on repetitive scuba dives.
PADI WRECK SPECIALTY
Whether sunk on purpose as an artificial reef or the result of mishap, wrecks open fascinating windows to the past. Most divers find wrecked ships, airplanes and even automobiles nearly irresistible because they’re intriguing to explore, exciting avenues of discovery, and usually teeming with aquatic life. The PADI Wreck Diver course teaches you the ins and outs of rewarding, responsible wreck diving.
PADI DEEP SPECIALTY
The purpose of the PADI Deep Diver Speciality Course is to familiarise divers with the skills, procedures, techniques, problems, hazards and enjoyment of diving between the depths of 18 meters and 40 meters. Participants will learn the correct use of Delayed Surface Marker Buoys, free water ascents and mandatory safety stops.