The sea around Ireland can be challanging and this courses teaches you about diving safely to avoide problems. and what to do if emergencies occure. It’s important to do this course to make sure your diving skills are up to diving in rough conditions. A lot of accidents do happen, this course will help you avoid any potential problems. We will cover everything from dive planning to how to call for help as well as how to increase your visibility on the surface, if you do need rescuing.
WHAT YOU LEARN
YOUR NEXT ADVENTURE
After completing the RNLI Sea Survival Diver, you should take the PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider course. Together, these two courses round out your ability to handle scuba diver emergencies.
For more information about this or other PADI courses have a chat with one of the Oceanaddicts Team members.
SEE WHAT OUR VISITORS SAY!
GREAT DIVING HERE
Great day diving with 2 friends. Great boat, great captain, stress free and friendly service. Would highly recommend
GREAT PLACE TO GO DIVING
Excellent dive centre, really enjoyed my dives with them, easy to deal with, flexible and know what they are doing. Highly recommend them.
Anne and Graham Ferguson are very nice and interessting people with a great knowledge. The diving was fantastic, very nice spots we saw a lot of crayfish and so mutsch more. The vareiety is great I really enjoyed the diving.
GREAT CHILLED DIVING
Third trip to Ocean Addicts in late August. Did an afternoon and morning dive this time. Yet again great service from Graham and Anne. There is a reason they have been going for years and others have fallen by the wayside.
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STAY SAFE AND SUPPORT LOCAL
All our boats are licensed by the Department of Transport, conform to the highest safety standards and are fully insured. The dive boats carry emergency medical oxygen and a marine first aid kit.