PADI is the most widely-used teaching system in the world and uses a modular training system for all types of courses: from the classic introductory programmes, to specialised training, and professional training for divers who want to start a career as instructors.

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Taking your first breath underwater is a momentous occasion, one that can lead to a lifetime of adventure. Diving the Crab offers a range of PADI courses for the total beginner, each combining practical skills, dive theory and real dives.

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Qualified Open Water Divers have the opportunity to further their diving skills and knowledge with courses aimed at giving divers a taster in different fields of diving such as night, deep, navigation and photography.

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Explore underwater interests and take diving to a new level. Divers who are fascinated by a particular area of diving or simply want to broaden their knowledge in as many areas as possible can choose from a range of courses on offer.

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PADI Divemaster is the first step on the PADI professional career ladder - if you love scuba diving and want to share your enthusiasm with others it could be the perfect career for you.

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An Ocean lover

Growing up on an island, I had an immense love and respect for the ocean. The natural beauty and the coral that surrounded the island, provided a unique experience and habitat for the marine life. Free diving the reefs among the shoal of various fishes and exploring the corals, I was beginning to see the damage to the habitats caused by swimmers and snorkelers who seemed to lack the education in damage to the corals.

I now dive and take pictures showing both the negative and positive aspects of human intervention in our oceans and seas. I let my pictures do the talking as well as open a new world for those who are reluctant to jump in.

If I manage to get even 1 person to dive and appreciate the underwater world, I will feel complete and inspired to continue photographing.

Asrar Makrani, PADI Rescue Diver