Curaçao is well known for its excellent shore diving. Most of the island dive spots are comfortably accessible from the beach. Therefor Curacao is perfect for starting with a dive course or continue your diving education.

We will also ask you to sign the following PADI standard forms: - “Liability release & assumption of risk” - “Standards of safe diving” - “Medical statement” Please, download the “Medical Statement” form to check if you are going to need a medical statement from a doctor specialized in dive medicine. The medical statement has to be filled prior to starting a dive course or joining the guided dives. With your signature you affirm that you are healthy and fit for diving according to the guidelines. Unless you are having a medical dive check on a regular basis as certified diver anyway we would always advise to get one before you starting your dive adventure! At least you should check this form prior to your departure to make sure that you are fit for diving. If you have to answer one or more questions with “yes” you should send us an email to check whether a special medical statement from a doctor is necessary. Download medical here

Please, do not hesitate to contact us, should you have any questions about the medical form as good health conditions are a vital requirement for a safe and enjoyable dive experience. If you want to participate in any of the Scubility courses, contact us for further information on the things that need to be done prior to go diving!

Never dived before but just want to try it out? Not sure if scuba diving is the right sport for you? The best and easiest way to get to know the beauty of the underwater world is to take the introduction course. Our qualified instructors will teach you the basics and then show you around the reef during your first dive ever!

First, one of our instructors will explain the basics of diving. This includes the essential hand signals and rules. You will learn how to use and set up your dive gear in the shallow waters of Jan Thiel Bay. After some underwater exercises and getting used to breathing underwater, you will make your first dive! You are going to experience the beauty of the underwater world at our house reef, bursting with colorful Caribbean fish and you’ll enjoy every second of it!

Additional information:After your test dive, you can decide whether you want to continue with an Open Water course or go on another accompanied dive (repeat discover scuba diver). For the Discover Scuba Diver course you’ll receive a certificate that is valid for two weeks. During this period, it will enable you to make your introduction dive count as the first lesson for your Open Water course or dives you the chance to go on another accompanied dives

The best introduction dive course for kids starting from 8 and up. Bubble Maker (8 yrs+) is a child-friendly introduction to scuba diving.

Youngsters will swim in shallow water (less than 2 meters) wearing dive gear. They will get to know the underwater world through several fun games. Bubble maker is a fun and unforgettable experience for the kids and they are also going to get colorful course material, which includes a logbook, a toy and an official certificate!

The PADI Seal Team course is especially designed for youngsters, looking for adventure and fun. The course is packed with play activities (AquaMissions), which gives kids an even better understanding of diving and the underwater world. Thanks to a few short theory lessons, youngsters will get the chance to make new discoveries, learn new skills and experience wonderful adventures.

To become a Seal Team member, children will have to complete the first five of a total of fifteen AquaMissions. These individual course modules develop basic diving skills to prepare kids for further diving experiences and introduce them further to the aquatic environment. To become a Master Seal Team member, they can go on to complete the other ten AquaMissions as well.

This is a complete four-day Open Water course in which the instructors present the information in a child-friendly way. The course materials are straight from the Open Water Diver course and have the same difficulty level.

Since the lessons are always combined with a dive, you will make a total of eight dives, which makes the learning process a lot easier.

During the Open Water course, you’ll gain a solid knowledge for the basic principles of scuba diving. You will learn basic scuba skills, how to use basic scuba gear, including a dive computer and other dive accessories, and how to dive with a dive buddy. Within 4 days you will be trained in theory and practical experience how to be a responsible open water diver.

During the course, you’ll make 8 dives at local dive sites with your instructor. You will start the first two days by watching videos and preparing by reading the PADI open water book prior to the first lessons on your own. Next, you will discuss what you’ve learned with your instructor. He or she will also go over special aspects and circumstances. Then you will do some practical diving exercises in the water. After each training session, you will make a real dive, so you can enjoy the beauty of the reef, the colorful fish and the nice feeling of floating around right from the start. In the afternoon at 2 pm there’s another theory lesson, followed by more practical exercises and the second dive of the day.

The final two days are all about diving. The theoretical part – including the theory exam – has been completed and it’s now time to improve your skills and practice the actual diving. On the last day we’ll pack up the dive gear and head to one of our local reefs for the final 2 dives. A magnificent underwater world is waiting to be discovered. At the successful completion of the theory exam and these two last dives, you will become a certified PADI Open Water diver, which means that you can go diving with a buddy anywhere.

The Advanced Open Water Course will help you gain more experience, build your scuba skills and increase your confidence underwater. The entire course requires you to complete 15 types of dives in total and the fun part is that besides the required Navigation and Deep Diver, you get to choose the other three of PADI’s specialties yourself!

We offer: - Wreck Diver - Night Diver - Drift Diver - Multi-level Diver - Enriched Air Diver (Nitrox) - Digital Underwater Photographer - Peak Performance Buoyancy - Search & Recovery Diver - Diver Propulsion Vehicle - Underwater naturalist and more.

With professional guidance from your dive instructors, you will be able to add new and special experiences to your logbook, no matter which of the above specialties you choose. Through self-study from the course book, you will learn the theory for both the two required specialties and the specialties that you select. Before the dives, you will attend theory classes with your dive instructor and go over the course questions.

The PADI Rescue Diver course is a very demanding course to take but at the same the most rewarding one. Rescue Divers learn to look beyond themselves and consider the safety and well-being of other divers.

You’ll learn how to solve your own problems and especially how to prevent them so you can help other divers in case of cramps, fear, panic, etc. In addition, you’ll learn how to take charge in an emergency. Before you will be able to do so, it is crucial that you develop your own diving skills. To be able to help injured divers, it is required to complete the EFR course first.

Many divers say this is the best course they’ve ever taken. It is a very challenging course that increases your experience and confidence.

The Rescue Diver course covers: • Self-rescue and diver stress • Emergency management and equipment • Panicked diver response • In-water rescue breathing protocols • Egress (exits) • Dive accident scenarios

Accidents happen when you least expect them and being able to give CPR and First Aid are always good skills to learn and develop for anyone involved in adventure sports. During the Emergency First Response course, you will learn how to take first aid measures and how you can save lives in emergency situations. Reanimation is an important part of the course. Other course topics include: how to act in case of shock, bandaging wounds, diagnosing symptoms, allergic reactions, poisoning and hypothermia.

When recreational diving is no longer enough and you’re looking for a new challenge, Dive Master training is just the right course for you! This professional certificate is your first step towards becoming a scuba dive instructor. After completing the training, you’ll be able to organize dive trips independently and to lead them responsibly. You can also accompany and support dive instructors with their students.

The Dive Master course will pay much closer attention to all aspects of diving than previous courses. The course is aimed at perfecting your skills and applying them to guiding other divers and sensing what they need. In addition, you will develop your organizational skills for planning dive trips, and you’ll also learn to take over other tasks at a diving school.

Throughout the course, the aspiring Dive Master performs as an assistant to the instructor during dive courses and on instructional dives. This real-life learning experience teaches you how to guide dives and what to pay particular attention to. Successfully completing the Dive Master course means taking your first step in the direction of a professional career in the diving industry. You can now move on to the PADI Assistant Instructor course, followed by PADI Open Water Instructor.

SDI Scubility program is specially designed for ability challenged divers, and addresses disabilities such as amputations, asthma, celebral palsy, hearing disorders, muscular dystrophy, sight impairment, and many more.

The range of Scubility programs include Skin Diver, Scuba Discovery, Inactive Diver, Dive Buddy, Surface Buddy and three levels of Open Water Diver depending on the abilities of the student.

All scuba divers want more time underwater, which makes the PADI Enriched Air Nitrox specialty the most popular one. Diving with nitrox gives you more no decompression dive time, stay down longer and get back into the water sooner on repetitive dives.

With expert guidance from your instructor, you will learn to descent along the exceptional side of our island. Off you go, exploring the deep blue. We will teach you how deep is deep, what is important, how to plan, organize and make deep dives

Every wreck has a story and hides a mystery of the past, which makes it even more intriguing to explore. Usually grown over with corals, most of the wreck dive sites on Curacao are bursting with aquatic life.

During the PADI Wreck Diver course you will be visiting different wrecks, including the famous Superior Producer! You will learn some techniques for diving and exploring shipwrecks, how to avoid common hazards and some considerations for entering itact wrecks.

Our instructors will show you how to make sure to find your way back to shore or to the boat. You will learn how to navigate underwater with or without a compass, read nature signs underwater, how to ‘mark’ or relocate a submerged object or position from the surface, and some navigation patterns.

The PADI Digital Underwater Photographer is one of the most popular specialties. It’s always exciting to take a picture of a memorable underwater dweller or just take snapshots of the beautiful healthy reefs of Curacao. Our instructors will teach you the primary principles you need to know when you’re taking underwater photos.

TIf you want to take your underwater photography skills to the next level, you might consider taking the Peak Performance Buoyancy course as well, in order to find yourself in the best position to capture that perfect picture you always wanted to take!

That’s the most effortless and relaxing way to dive: just go with the flow and let the current do the work and carry you along the reef. Our instructors will teach you the techniques and procedures of drift diving as well as the possible problems and hazards you might stumble upon

You will also learn about aquatic currents, what kind of equipment you need to take along during drift diving and how to stay close to your buddy or together as a group.

That’s the most effortless and relaxing way to dive: just go with the flow and let the current do the work and carry you along the reef. Our instructors will teach you the techniques and procedures of drift diving as well as the possible problems and hazards you might stumble upon

You will also learn about aquatic currents, what kind of equipment you need to take along during drift diving and how to stay close to your buddy or together as a group.