Discuss your schedule prior to your course, enjoy using good equipment and riding on a fast boat. Our team promises you an unforgettable experience.
Our shop works under the PADI Standards. PADI is the biggest diving association in the world; your certification will be internationally recognized.
- We take no more than 2 participants for your first try.
- For courses, participant numbers are limited to 4 or less, to ensure we take care of every person.
- If you need an extra day to complete your course it will not be charged.
- We can teach in English, French or Japanese (book in advance to ensure instructor availability).
Which course is right for you?
- Try Scuba-Diving – your first try!
- PADI Open Water Diver – a certification which allows you to dive to 18 meters.
- PADI Advanced Open Water Diver – a certification to improve your dive skills and dive deeper (to 30 meters).
- PADI Specialties – to improve your skills in a specific area of diving.
- Emergency First Response – learn how to manage emergency on land (for divers and non-divers).
- PADI Rescue Diver – learn how to manage scuba-diving emergencies.
If you are a bigger group, contact us and we will see how we can organize your course to be sure we meet a good level of quality for your dive.
More information about our courses …
- The time necessary to do your course will depend on you, as we try to maintain a high level of quality with our teaching we offer examples of timescales for each course, but we are happy to take more time if necessary or less if you are comfortable.
- Certifications are based on performance not on timing, exercises can be challenging, stress is not part of our vocabulary, however, even if it is really fun and if we are adapting the schedule for you, we expect people to be ready to learn and to respect the schedule (sorry if you were hopping to party every night :-))
- Our instructors teach in English, French and Japanese. Do not hesitate to contact us if you are not sure of being able to follow in these languages as you do not need to be fluent to understand the courses.
- For the French course, we predominantly teach in French, however we also use some English terms as in the future it is likely you will dive with English guides.