The Introduction dive program introduces people to scuba diving in a highly supervised and relaxed manner. It dispels common misconceptions about scuba by letting individuals try it for themselves. Under the guidance of a PADI professional, new divers learn basic safety concepts, put on equipment and swim around underwater in a closely supervised environment. The program can take place in a swimming pool, protected confined open water area and at an open water dive site — anywhere an appropriate, positive introduction to scuba divingis possible with up to 6 m depth .
After trying scuba, many new divers may decide to repeat the experience.If not immediately, then on other occasions or in different areas. Others will choose to pursue certification by enrolling in a PADI Scuba Diver or Open Water Diver course. The desired result is to excite people about scuba diving and encourage additional participation.
When certain requirements are met, new divers may earn credit toward PADI Scuba Diver and Open Water Diver certification.


To participate in the intrudaction dive program, an individual must:

  • 1. Be 8 years or older with no Medical problems (or submit to MD approvel)

NOTE: This is a Single dive program that takes no longer then 50 minutes and include the following.
– Limitations of the program
– Value of further training and where to obtain it
– Risks of scuba diving

  • Breathing rules
  • Mask clearing
  • Swimming U/W with fins

– Equalization techniques
– Respect for aquatic life and avoiding potentially hazardousCreatures in our local environment

  • Hand signals.

Price is 220 nis par dive , with under water pictures on a CD 300 nis



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