Scuba Refresher Course
Did you take a long break from diving? Feeling a bit rusty or uncertain about your diving skills? Nervous before your upcoming dives?
No matter the reason, we are here to get you back on the (sea) horse and restore your confidence!
Join us to refresh your skills and prepare you for your upcoming diving adventures.
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Sometimes, due to changing circumstances, growing families, or simply busy periods in our lives, we stop doing what we love.
Perhaps we had a bad diving experience and feel a little nervous before jumping back in the water.
If you have been out of the water for over a year, or if you simply feel rusty and want to regain your confidence, we highly recommend refreshing your diving skills and making sure you remember the essentials of scuba diving.
In this activity, we will take you to a beach, where we can practice and reinforce all the important knowledge and skills in diving.
We will have a thorough dive briefing, refresh the important rules of safe diving, and remind you everything you need to know about the gear we use.
Once we are ready, we will go for an amazing dive from shore to a maximum depth 33ft (10m), with the personal guidance of one of our world-class instructors. The dive will start by practicing some basic skills in shallow water, refining your buoyancy and making sure you’re comfortable with your gear. We will then continue to the reef and enjoy the rest of the dive.
During this dive, you’ll encounter plenty of marine life, including various species of tropical fish, lobsters, moray eels, sting rays, pufferfish, crabs, shrimp and more. If we’re lucky, we might catch a glimpse of the majestic eagle ray!
Note that the global ratio, according to PADI, is one guide on a maximum of eight divers (1:8). However, we at Barefoot believe in personal attention and small groups, so our ratio for a refresher course is a maximum of five divers per one guide (1:5).
Note: This activity can start at 08:30, 12:00 or 14:00 at the dive center and takes about 3-3.5 hrs.
open water dive.
maximum of 5 people per instructor.