Scuba Diver in the Riviera Maya

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You have limited time to dedicate to a full Scuba Certification or you particularly think to go Scuba Diving only in the company of a qualified Dive Guide, consider making your Certification as a PADI Scuba Diver in the Riviera Maya.

What Is the PADI Scuba Diver Course?

The PADI Scuba Diver Course is a subset of the Open Water Diver Course. PADI scuba Divers have more theoretical background and better developed water skills than Discover Scuba Diving participants.

The Prerequisites for this Course

At least 15 years old or 10 years for the Jr. PADI Scuba Diver!

Good physical shape and fit. See the Medical Questionnaire. Every question should be answered with a NO, if not or if there’s a doubt please feel free to contact us, we will help you, so that you can do your Certification as a PADI Scuba Diver in the Riviera Maya.

Learning Materials you need

Open Water Manual + Crew Pack
You need the Open Water Diver Manual, which you can get here if you want to start learning before your vacation. Another nice option is the eLearning where you can finish all the academics and complete your Certification as a PADI Scuba Diver in the Riviera Maya by doing only the Pool Sessions and Open Water Training Dives.

What will you learn for your Certification as a PADI Scuba Diver in the Riviera Maya?

Scuba Diver in the Riviera MayaIn the Course: PADI Scuba Diver in the Riviera Maya you will achieve through knowledge development all the basics of Scuba Diving, practice a set of Scuba Skills in the Confined Water that you’ll use again during your Open Water Dive Training and an appreciation for the underwater world that will keep you coming back for more bottom time every chance you get!

Here a little excerpt: Equipment Preparation and Care, Buoyancy-Control, Hand Signals, Buddy Predive Safety Check

How long does it take to make the Certification PADI Scuba Diver in the Riviera Maya?

Dependently if you come prepared (read the 3 first Chapters and made the Knowledge Reviews of the Book: Padi OW – Open Water Crew Pack) you’ll need 1.5 to 2 Days.

What can you do with the Scuba Diver Certification?

PADI Scuba Divers are trained to dive under the direct supervision of a PADI Professional to a maximum depth of 40 ft / 12 m. It’s important to know that as a PADI Scuba Diver you’re not qualified for independent diving.PADI Scuba Diver Ceritfication

Your Certification is valid a Lifetime and all over the World. Whenever you wish you can continue with the Open Water Diver Course, where you will achieve the knowledge to dive deeper and independent but always with a Dive-Buddy.

What is your next Diving Adventure?

Either you book more Diving Adventures with Diving Riviera Maya or you have still time to complete the Open Water Course it’s up to YOU!

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6 thoughts on “Scuba Diver in the Riviera Maya

  1. Max

    This is very interesting and informative. My brothers both took a scuba diving course just before they went to visit my youngest brothers’ inlaws in the Philippines. I’m going to tell them about this website.

    • Dennis SeahorseOne Post author

      Hello Max
      Wow Philippines also a very nice place to go dive! I would love to show your brothers the beauty of the Riviera Maya and also whenever you like to try yourself to show you how easy and wonderful it is!

  2. Chris

    The PADI open water scuba diver course sounds interesting, I like the idea that it is valid for life and and reconized world wide. Thanks for the info..

    • Dennis SeahorseOne Post author

      Hi Chris
      I’m happy you liked the info and yes you do it once and never have to redo it. Although for you own comfort and safety you want to have a little refresh in the confined water if you haven’t been diving for a long time ;)


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