Specialty Courses and becoming a Master Scuba Diver
Want more out of diving? Specialty courses and becoming a Master Scuba Diver are a great way to do something different and expand your knowledge in diving. A speciality course really focuses in on a particular aspect of diving. Once you have completed a Speciality course you end up with a PADI certification. There are a variety of different courses to choose from, ranging from Equipment specialist to Ice Diver.
Speciality courses can be specific from place to place. If you are planning to dive in cold waters you would need a Dry Suit speciality. If diving in a lake above sea level you would need the Altitude Diver specialty. At Ocean Dimensions we offer specialities like Sea Turtle Diver, Shark & Ray Diver and the Maldivian Manta specialty that are unique and cannot be done everywhere.
We also offer other speciality courses that can be very handy such as Nitrox, Peak Performance Buoyancy and Navigator. If you want to push yourself a little then try Night Diver. Photography or even a Scooter also called a DPV Specialty (Diver Propulsion Vehicle) can be exciting too.
Having done specialities not only gives you experience and confidence in the water but can help count towards becoming a Master Scuba Diver! According to PADI only 2 percent of divers ever achieve this rating. You can accomplish this by completing the Rescue diver course, earning five speciality diver certifications and logging a minimum of 50 dives. Let’s do it! During your next diving holiday sign up for 5 Specialty courses and becoming a Master Scuba Diver.