Specialty Diver Courses
Malta boasts many wrecks dating back to the Phoenicians, World War 1 & 2 including planes, ships & submarines. You’ll learn how to plan & execute proper wreck diving & penetration safely.
During the advanced wreck course you will learn to efficiently use a lifeline, safely penetrate a wreck within the limits of the light zone and also be aware and understand all the protocols of overhead diving.
The basic PADI Enriched Air Nitrox course is one of the most sought after courses out there.Diving with Nitrox extends your No Decompression Time and is an ideal gas mix for dives up to 40 meters.
Have you ever wondered what happens when the sun goes down?
Dramatic changes occur as the day creatures go to sleep & give way to the nocturnal marine life with their dazzling display of colours.
Should you wish to dive with a suit that completely seals you off from the water keeping you warm and dry then this course is for you.
Extend your scuba diving season from summer into those colder wintry months.
Designed to master your buoyancy techniques primarily to conserve energy and air consumption and dive more focused and relaxed and therefore becoming a more confident and safer diver that observes the marine life without disturbing their surroundings.
By clipping your tanks on either side of you BCD you increase your streamline attitude in the water and this could increase your possibilities of visiting particular environments in an even safer way.
There are effective ways to search for an object under water that increase your chances of success. There are also better methods of simply bringing up an object to the surface especially if it is a large or heavy object.
Once you learn the names and also some knowledge of the different marine species dives become more enjoyable and interesting.
A much deeper respect is born within each diver that recognises and identifies marine life and their many characteristics.
This program provides a general understanding of the complex and exciting science of marine ecology, which is the study of how organisms interact with each other and the environment, the flow of energy through communities, and the link between ocean ecosystems.