PADI DEEP diver Course

Learn how to safely dive deeper than ever with the PADI Deep Diver course.

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PADI Deep Diver Course

Full course £199
The current world record for deep scuba diving is 332.5 metres done by Ahmad Gabr in 2014.
One of the most asked questions from non-divers is "how deep can you go?" and while the answer is relatively easy in that you can go to a max depth of 18 metres as a PADI Open water diver, 30 metres as a PADI advanced open water diver and 40 metres if you have completed the PADI deep diver course, there are a lot of caveats with these Max depths for recreational scuba divers due to the facts that the pressure at depth has an effect on both you, the scuba diver, and your scuba equipment and while these are touched on in your earlier courses we will go into much more details in this PADI deep diver specialty course.
During this course not only will you learn the dive theory about pressure effects at depth you will get to experience them with 4 increasingly deeper dives during which you will practice basic skills like navigation and emergency bailout along with a couple of tests to show you the effects the pressure is having on you.
While this is one of the more challenging PADI Specialty course on offer it is also one of the most satisfying course you will do as once you have completed this course you will feel comfortable enough to slowly build up your deep-diving experience so that you can safely dive down past 30 metres to depths most other scuba divers cannot safely go to.



We offer the very highest level of PADI scuba diver education designed to teach you to scuba dive safely using the most up to date teaching practices. During this PADI deep diver course, you will learn about the effects diving deep has on your body and your equipment. You will learn safety skills and techniques and how to enjoy the deeper places our seas have to offer. All under the guidance of one of our PADI professionals.


The price we tell you at the start is the price you will pay for the full course. Unlike some other dive centres, you won't need to pay extra for the open water dives or PADI books and fees.

What you will learn on this course

Your training starts by reviewing reasons for deep diving and how important it is to know your personal limits. During four deep dives with your instructor, you’ll go over:
  • Specialized deep diving equipment.
  • Deep dive planning, buddy contact procedures, and buoyancy control.
  • Managing your gas supply, dealing with gas narcosis, and safety considerations.
  • safety stops and emergency decompression procedures
  • planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems, and hazards of deep diving
  • Managing your gas supply, dealing with gas narcosis
  • Specialised deep diving equipment


Because Our PADI courses are designed around your needs and to give the best experience, our courses are around at times to suit you with private theory sessions, and monthly dive trips around the course which you can join to complete this course.


  • 4 Open water dives below 18 metres..
  • All the basic scuba diving equipment you will need for this course
  • PADI materials and access to the online learning portal for this course.
  • Air fills
  • PADI certification fee
  • In other words, everything you need to dive in a safe, friendly, and fun atmosphere.

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Earning your PADI Deep Diver certification is just the beginning. Now that you are confident about diving to deeper depths, why not try our PADI wreck diver course so that you can learn how to safely penetrate one of the wrecks you find while diving deeper? Remember, you are now one step closer to completing the PADI Master Scuba Diver rating, PADI's highest recreational level.