If you already know what type of specialty diving interests you – underwater photography, wreck diving, deep diving etc. – then sign up for PADI Specialty Diver course. Specialty diver courses teach you the right way to have special dive adventures, so you don’t have to learn on your own. You may even get credit for dives toward your Advanced Open Water Diver certification and you can start the Digital Underwater Photographer and Enriched Air Diver courses

Learn more about what interests you!

Have a look below to choose a course to suit your interests. Whatever your interests each course will provide knowledge, skills and techniques which will ultimately make you a more proficient diver. Remember that each course counts towards your PADI Master Scuba Diver rating. This is the highest non professional level a diver can achieve which will declare you as a skillful and accomplished diver. Contact us to discuss your specialty package options to achieve this significant goal.

Why you should take a PADI Speciality Course

PADI Speciality courses give you an opportunity to pursue areas of interest in more detail, giving you a greater knowledge, confidence and more diving experience in your chosen field.

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Discover new depths as you learn to dive safely down to 40 metres. Some recreational dive sites are so deep you won't actually get to see anything unless you have mastered this speciality. 


Deep diving planning procedures, decompression tables reviews and diving with computers Deep diving specialised equipment Managing your gas, Nitrogen Narcosis and safety considerations at depth Buoyancy control at depth Procedures for flying after diving.


Discover our local wrecks as you learn the techniques to keep you safe and explore while diving on wrecks. Wrecks are a fascinating look into the past. Teaming with marine life and full of history, Wreck diving has something for anyone interested in exploration and excitement.

  • Safety considerations for diving, exploring and navigating ship wrecks.

  • Making a survey or a map of an underwater ship wreck.

  • Techniques to avoid ‘silting out’ or disturbing a ship wreck and the marine life that lives there.

  • Use of penetration lines and reels to guide exploration.


Improve your Bottom Time, Reduce Risk of Decompression Sickness, Recover faster

The PADI Enriched Air Diver course is the most popular PADI Specialty course in the world. This is because diving on Enriched Air, or ‘Nitrox’ as it is commonly referred to, enables you to spend longer under the water. This is due to the increased content of O2 in the air giving you longer no decompression times, especially so on repetitive dives.

If staying under the water longer and getting back into the water sooner sounds appealing then don’t waste any more of your time diving on air. Sign up for the PADI Enriched Air Diver course and extend your limits


Learn to dive safely at night including use of dive lights and buddy procedures, and learn about nocturnal aquatic life. 

Drop into a whole new world and find out what’s so mysterious and alluring about the ocean at night. Take the PADI Night Diver Speciality course and watch the underwater world come to life under the glow of your torchlight.

As the marine life you are used to seeing during the daylight hours retire for the night, nocturnal creatures come out to play.

  • Entering, exiting and navigating in the dark

  • Planning, organising and conducting night dives

  • Light handling and communicating at night

  • Orientation to nocturnal plants and marine life

  • Disorientation and emergency procedures at night


You must have noticed how your PADI Instructor moves through the water with minimal effort. They glide effortlessly, ascend, descend and hover almost as if by remote control. They use less air and are able to position themselves to observe marine life without disturbing the environment.

You too can master how to do all this. All it takes is a little bit of training and some practice.

The PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty course builds on the skills you learnt on the PADI Open Water course, whilst introducing new skills.

By the end of this 2 dive course you will notice the difference in how much air you use, how much more control you have underwater and how much more comfortable you feel


The underwater world needs heroes. You can be one of them by championing the causes of the world’s most fragile and important aquatic ecosystems.

Project AWARE Foundation is the scuba diving industry’s leading nonprofit environmental organization dedicated to conserving the aquatic environment through education, advocacy and action. Besides completing the Project AWARE Specialty course, you can become a partner in the efforts to preserve the underwater environment.

You learn about:

  • The ocean commons and coastal zone issues

  • Fisheries challenges and sustainability

  • Coral environment overview and inhabitants

  • The role of the scuba diver in protecting aquatic environments


Ever wondered why divers have their tank on the back?

Yes exactly, you don’t need to. At BeeDivers Diving you can learn how to dive with 2 tanks or a single tank side mounted in the PADI Sidemount course . This tank modification comes from the technical diving world, but gets more and more popular in recreational diving. With good reason. With 2 tanks you can extend your bottom time to explore a specific reef longer or, as you are more streamlined, can easier access wrecks or caves. And as you are better balanced, you can shoot steadier pictures while looking cool at the same time.

Are you keen to learn a different way of exploring the underwater world ?


Want to stay warm?

Want to extend your scuba diving season? Then dive dry. A dry suit seals you off from the water and keeps you comfortable, even in surprisingly cold water. During winter there is incredible diving in Portofino and in many places around the world, conditions are even better in colder months. Becoming a dry suit diver allows you to expand your boundaries and dive more places, more often ...


Learn how to recognise diving illnesses treatable by Emergency Oxygen, properly set up Emergency Oxygen equipment and administer Emergency Oxygen.

Gaining the knowledge and skills to understand when and how to use emergency oxygen is important for any scuba diver and absolutely necessary for any budding PADI Professional.

  • Assembling and disassembling emergency oxygen equipment.

  • Deploying a non-rebreather mask and a demand inhalator valve on a breathing diver.

  • Using a pocket mask on a non-breathing diver.

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