3-Days PADI Scuba Diver for Beginners Trincomalee-Sri Lanka

Trincomalee, Sri Lanka

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Duration

3 Days

Max. Person

4 person

Overview

The PADI Scuba Diver certification is a subclass of the PADI Open Water Diver certification. If you're short on time yet want to become a diver, the PADI Scuba Diver certification may be for you. There is no prior scuba diving experience necessary. Begin your journey with us in Sri Lanka today!

If being an Open Water Diver is your ultimate aim, this course will help you get there.

To become certified, you must first accomplish the following tasks:

•Knowledge development at our diving center to comprehend basic scuba diving concepts (just the first three of five sections of the Open Water Diver course)

• Three Confined Water Dives to master the fundamentals of scuba diving • Two open water dives to put your abilities to the test and explore!

After finishing the course, you are limited to diving at 12 meters and must always dive with a PADI Professional.

Day 01

When you arrive at the base, one of our local or international Divemasters or Instructors will greet you. You complete the relevant documentation, provide a medical declaration, and make your payment. We take both credit cards and cash.

For around half a day, you begin in the classroom with the theoretical portion, which includes films, knowledge reviews, quizzes, and the final test. The PADI Scuba Diver course requires only the first three of the five parts of the Open Water Diver course.

Day 02

You will begin with practical skills the same day or the next day. You learn and practice scuba skills in a pool or water with pool-like conditions during three Confined Water Dives. You'll love doing one or more micro dives, which take you through the same processes as open water dives (Day 3).

Day 03

Now that you have completed your training, you will practice, apply, and display what you have learned via two Open Water Dives at a nearby diving site.

The following are the common prerequisites for the majority of the courses:

• The minimum age is ten years. Students under the age of 15 receive the PADI Junior Open Water Diver certification, which they can upgrade to the PADI Open Water Diver certification once they reach the age of 15. To register for PADI eLearning, children under the age of 13 must have the approval of a parent or guardian.

•Upon arriving at our diving center, all student divers undergo a quick scuba medical questionnaire. We strongly advise you to read it and complete the questionnaire before to your vacation to avoid extra delays and hassles.

If none of these apply, simply sign the paper and you're ready to begin your diving adventure. If any of these apply to you, your doctor must analyze your health as it relates to diving and sign a medical document confirming you're fit to dive as a precaution. Download the medical questionnaire for scuba diving.

•Before finishing the PADI Open Water Diver course, your instructor will have you show fundamental water abilities, such as:


Characteristics

Manufacturer : Dhanusha Marine
Model : Custom model
Length (meters) : 5.9
Width (meters) : 2.3
Draft (meters) : 0.2
Engine: in HP : 25
Max Auth. Capacity: 6

Experience types

Diving Course

Availability Details

Schedule for check-in:
( At the date of Departure )
8:30
Schedule for check-out:
( At the date of Arrival )
13:00
Duration:
( Days/Weeks )
3 Days

Booking Rules

Two seasons

We operate in Sri Lanka's south and north-east coasts, in Unawatuna, Nilaveli, and Trincomalee.Our diving centers are open according to the monsoon season, which affects the climate in Sri Lanka, to offer the finest diving conditions with calm seas and decent visibility. With us, you can dive all year.

Before booking your dive with us, we recommend researching the differences between diving on the west and east coasts. There are substantial variances in undersea terrain, dive site depth, coral reefs, wrecks, and other features.

Unawatuna

Our Unawatuna center is open every year from the 15th of October to the 10th of April, during which time you may experience the greatest diving conditions in Sri Lanka. The south west monsoon influences diving on the south coast beginning in mid-April. Because of these conditions, our Unawatuna center is closed. No need to worry, we're heading to the wild north-east shore!

Bathing and swimming are allowed all year because to the reefs that shelter Unawatuna Beach and Mihiripenna/Dalawella Beach from heavy waves.

Nilaveli and Trincomalee

Our Nilaveli and Divinguru Trincomalee is open every year from March 15th to October 30th. This is the greatest time to dive on the east coast, with calm seas and decent underwater visibility. The north east monsoon influences diving on the east coast beginning in mid-November. The water gets turbulent, heavy rain affects dive conditions, and our eastern diving centers are closed. We proceed south, where the south-west monsoon finishes about the middle of October and the diving season begins.

Payment Terms:

• All Diving and Water Sport activities may be paid in cash in Euro, USD, and Sri Lanka Rupees, or by credit card (MasterCard or Visa). Credit card payments will include a 2.5% bank charge.

• All pricing include VAT and Service Charge.

• Rates are subject to change without notice.

Cancellation policy

• Cancellations made at least 90 days prior to the reservation date are free of charge. We will reimburse your whole 50% deposit.

• Cancellations made 45 to 89 days before the reservation date will incur a 25% cancellation fee. We will reimburse half of your deposit to you.

• Cancellations made fewer than 44 days before the reservation date will be charged the entire 50% deposit.

• Cancellations made fewer than 30 days before the reservation date, or "No Shows," will result in the full reservation amount being charged.

• We wish to provide you and all of our clients with a fantastic diving experience and high-quality service. Each day, boat, and group must be planned ahead of time. Please keep in mind that we cannot issue refunds for late cancellations.

Pick-up and drop-off service We provide free tuk-tuk pick-up and drop-off service. Pick-up begins around 30 minutes (or depending on distance) before check-in at our diving center.

We provide free pick-up and drop-off between the following locations:

• Unawatuna (Southern Coast): Hikkaduwa to Mirissa. Hikkaduwa, Boosa, Gintota, Galle, Unawatuna, Dalawella, Mihripenna, Talpe, Habaraduwa, Koggala, Ahangama, Midigama, Weligama, and Mirissa are some of the places to visit.

• Nilaveli/Trincomalee (east coast): Nilaveli to Kuchchaveli (Trincomalee, Uppuveli, Nilaveli, Kuchchaveli).

Diving equipment

All of our dives and courses include the following items: a shorty wetsuit, a regulator, a BCD, a mask, fins, weights, and a tank. At the dive center, you may hire additional equipment such as a flashlight, dive computer, compass, dive camera, and so on.

We provide a little discount to divers who bring their own equipment. Please keep in mind that the discount is only applicable if you bring your own BCD and regulator! We cannot, however, provide discounts for tiny products such as just masks, fins, or a dive computer.

The following are the common prerequisites for the majority of the courses:

• The minimum age is ten years. Students under the age of 15 receive the PADI Junior Open Water Diver certification, which they can upgrade to the PADI Open Water Diver certification once they reach the age of 15. To register for PADI eLearning, children under the age of 13 must have the approval of a parent or guardian.

•Upon arriving at our diving center, all student divers undergo a quick scuba medical questionnaire. We strongly advise you to read it and complete the questionnaire before to your vacation to avoid extra delays and hassles.

If none of these apply, simply sign the paper and you're ready to begin your diving adventure. If any of these apply to you, your doctor must analyze your health as it relates to diving and sign a medical document confirming you're fit to dive as a precaution. Download the medical questionnaire for scuba diving.

•Before finishing the PADI Open Water Diver course, your instructor will have you show fundamental water abilities, such as:

-Swim 200 meters without pausing (or 300 meters with mask, fins, and snorkel). This has no time restriction and you may use any swimming strokes you like.

-Float and tread water for 10 minutes, using whichever tactics you choose.


Charter Options

This listing is listed for following charter options.

With Captain and Crew both

Note for guests:

Based on the choice of charter option set for this listing and your choice to avail these options under the process of booking this charter, an extra fee may be applicable, for eg; for availing Crew service.

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