To learn how to dive in the waters of the Read Sea is a great experience. The dive center is one of the most professional in the world an the diving is easy with lots of life to encounter during your course. Many years ago the first divers took the long trip through the Sinai Desert in order to explore some of the best diving on the planet. They found several bays on the southern tip - one named Naama Bay. Here the diving was so pristine and the animal life so rich and with such a variation that they settled down. And in the years to come a massive dive tourism industry grew up here.
Today Naama Bay has one of the highest rate of passing divers on the planet, and lots of tourists check in on one of the many hotels every day. The diving is no longer as it was in the early pioneer days, but by using a day boat, it is still possible to enjoy the splendid logistics and access really great diving. If you like to combine your diving with the delights of sun, desert and Egyptian tourism at its best, Sharm is the perfect place to go to.
The dive center is situated in the heart of Sharm el-Sheikh, in Na’ama Bay. Sharm el-Sheikh, has changed greatly in the last few years, during the day it is now a mecca for water sport enthusiasts and sun worshipers but at night a place where party people congregate.
The PADI Open Water Course is performance based. That means you have to understand and pass the theory and perform the in-water skills correctly and with ease. Therefore, the itinerary can vary slightly from course to course. The course will take 3 to 4 days depending on the students enrolled.
To enroll in the PADI Open Water Course, you must answer No to all questions on the medical statement. If you anser a question with a Yes, a doctor must sign the statement before you can dive. Find the medical statement via this link: http://www.blueventure.net/files/required/270.pdf
The PADI Open Water Diver course is the most popular diving certificate worldwide. After completing this 3-4 day course you are certified to dive to 18 m independently with a buddy. The course consists of five modules of learning. You study via self-study workbook and complete a knowledge review. The instructor reviews everything with you to ensure that everything are confidently understood. The practical learning consists of pool sessions and four open water dives. The final stage of the PADI Open Water course is an exam, which is a multiple choice exam covering all that you have learnt. The course generally takes 3 to 4 days, with the theoretical, the pool and the open water part successfully passed.
Please allow a minimum of 24 hours, after your last dive, before flying.
(some countries will allow you to fly after 18 hours on land).
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