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Advanced Open Water Diver

Advanced

Trying to be a “real” scuba diver with nothing more than a beginning certification is like trying to compete in the job market with an grade school education. It is simply not enough. That’s why PADI created the Advanced Open Water Diver course. More…

 

 

Enriched Air Nitrox

Nitrox

Few things have revolutionized diving more than Enriched Air Nitrox (EANx). Nitrox is nothing more than air with additional oxygen added to reduce the concentration of nitrogen. This can result in longer bottom times and shorter surface intervals. This is one course every serious diver needs. More…

 

Equipment Specialist

EquipmentDon’t miss a dive due to a scuba gear issue. Whether it’s a blown o-ring, regulator problem, wetsuit tear or a broken fin strap, you can learn how to manage basic scuba equipment adjustments. As an Equipment Specialist, you are prepared for the basic scuba equipment maintenance, care and adjustments you’ll encounter every day. More…

 

 

Peak Performance Buoyancy

SubShort of remembering to breathe and equalize, there is no skill more critical to divers than controlling buoyancy — and no skill more difficult for new divers to master. In an ideal world, no diver would ever need this course, as you simply wouldn’t be able to get certified unless you could demonstrate adequate buoyancy skills. More…

 

Night Diver

MoonWhy limit your diving to daylight hours? The PADI Night Diver course builds on the skills you acquire as part of the Advanced Open Water Diver course to help enable you to get the most from diving after the sun goes down. More…

 

 

Deep Diver

Deep DiverThe recommended depth limit for recreational divers — even those with Advanced training or considerable experience — is 100 feet. Unfortunately, most of diving’s most dramatic walls and many of its best wrecks lie in depths approaching 130 feet. More…

 

Search and Recovery Diver

Search and recoveryIt happens: People accidentally drop things from docks, off boats or even while scuba diving. If you’ve ever lost something in the water and wanted to go find it, then the Search and Recovery Diver Specialty course is for you. More…

 

 

Underwater Navigator

CompassBe the scuba diver everyone wants to follow because you know where you are and where you’re going. The Underwater Navigator course fine-tunes your observation skills and teaches you to more accurately use your compass underwater. If you like challenges with big rewards, take this course and have fun finding your way. More…

 

Wreck Diver

WreckWhether purpose-sunk as an artificial reef for scuba divers, or lost as the result of an accident, wrecks are fascinating windows to the past. Ships, airplanes and even cars are fascinating to explore and usually teem with aquatic life. More…

 

Drysuit Diver

Drysuit Diver

Dry suits can make diving more enjoyable any time water temperatures drop below the mid 70s — and are essential in water below 60°F, or when depths approach 100 feet and beyond. Dry suits open the door to activities such as deeper wreck diving and ice diving, and can extend your diving season well beyond just the warmest months of the year. More…

 

 

Drift Diver

Drysuit Diver

The Just Add Water Drift Diver Course introduces you to the coolest magic carpet ride you'll ever experience. This course shouls you how to enjoy rivers and ocean currents by "going with the flow." More…

 

 

Boat Diver

Drysuit Diver

The Just Add Water Boat Diver Course can benefit almost every diver because different boats in different parts of the world do things differently. Whether you've never made a boat dive or you've logged dozens, check out the Just Add Water Boat Diver Course More…

 

Just Add Water also offers a number of individual Specialty Diver courses throughout the year. If you have a particular specialized diving activity that interests you, such as digital imaging, please let us know.