There is more to your scuba education than just learning how to dive. Now that you’re certified it’s time to learn what to do while you’re diving. You can learn to capture the underwater world in pictures, explore a long lost shipwreck, or dive in the dark of night, the adventures are endless.

But before you embark on these new adventures you’ll need the know how to make your dives safe and enjoyable. The best way to be sure you have the knowledge you need to be a safe diver is to enroll in a PADI Specialty course. With more than 20 Specialty courses to choose from, you’re sure to find something of interest.

The PADI Specialty courses are comprised of reading a short chapter in the
Adventures In Diving manual or reading the specific specialty manual (usually no classroom and testing involved) then doing the specified number of dives. The number of dives to complete a specialty course varies from course to course however most require 3 to 4 dives. You can enroll in most of the PADI Specialty courses with just an Open Water certification however some of the specialties require you have the Advanced Open Water certification.

We schedule the specialty courses as needed to fit your schedule. Please call to set up your course.

Follow the links below for details of each of the PADI specialty courses. 
 

Boat Diver Deep Diver Digital Photography Drift Diver
Dry Suit Emergency First Response Emergency Oxygen Provider Equipment
Ice Diver Naturalist Navigation Night Diver
Nitrox Peak Buoyancy Search & Recovery Digital Video
Wreck Diver

Technical Courses
PADI Tec/Rec IANTD Trimix