PADI Scuba Diver

Scuba Diver Course in Dahab

The PADI Scuba Diver course is an abbreviated version of the PADI Open Water Diver course for those who have less time to get certified, or for those who, for some reason, cannot finish off the full course.

The Scuba Diver Course is the first 3 theory modules, the first 3 confined water training sessions and the first 2 dives of the Open Water course.

This certification is to a maximum of 12 meters and all subsequent fun dives have to supervised by a PADI professional. A Scuba Diver can always upgrade to a full Open Water certification at a later date.


From Scuba Diver to Open Water (Referral)

If you want to maximise the time actually diving on your holiday, you have two options of completing some of the Open Water Diver course before heading out to Dahab.

One option is to complete the PADI online eLearning program. This lets you complete all the theory modules and even sit the exam in the comfort of your own home. Once you arrive at Sea Dancer, we do a theory review and then you can get straight into the water for the fun stuff! While this option doesn’t make the course significantly shorter, it does mean you have more time to relax on your holiday.

The other option is to sign up with a local PADI dive center and complete the theory and five confined water sessions near to where you live. When you come out to Dahab all we need to do is complete a quick knowledge review and some in-water safety skills before we head out into the sea for the four open water dives.

Environmental Considerations

Course Details

  • Duration: 2 days
  • Age: from 10 years up
  • Dives Included:
    • 3 confined water sessions
    • 2 open water sessions
  • Medical Statement
PADI eLearning

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