PADI Dive Against Debris
The PADI Dive Against Debris Specialty is a unique scuba diving course that empowers divers to actively contribute to the preservation of our oceans. In collaboration with Project AWARE, this specialty program educates divers about the global marine debris issue and equips them with the skills to make a tangible impact.
The course begins with a comprehensive overview of marine debris, exploring its origins, impact on marine ecosystems, and the urgency of addressing this environmental challenge. Divers learn how to plan and execute dives focused on debris removal, employing safe and responsible techniques to ensure the well-being of both divers and the underwater environment.
A key aspect of the Dive Against Debris Specialty is hands-on experience. Divers actively participate in removing debris during their dives, gaining practical insights into the challenges of underwater cleanup. The course also emphasizes the importance of proper documentation, teaching divers how to collect and report data on the types and quantities of debris encountered. This data is instrumental in shaping effective conservation strategies and policies.
Beyond the practical skills, the course instills a sense of environmental responsibility. Divers are encouraged to adopt sustainable practices both underwater and in their daily lives, fostering a commitment to marine conservation. By earning the PADI Dive Against Debris Specialty certification, divers not only enhance their expertise but also become advocates for the health and well-being of our oceans.
Join the Dive Against Debris movement, become a steward of the underwater world, and play a direct role in preserving the beauty and biodiversity of our oceans for future generations.
Take a look at our schedule to find out when our next clean up dive is!
This course including the PADI Dive Against Debris eLearning, 1 open water clean up dive and certification.
Each participant is required to complete a medical questionnaire prior to starting any in-water activities. Unfortunately conditions such as epilepsy, pneumothorax, and lung conditions are not able to dive under any circumstances. For more information view the medical questionnaire or please contact us.
Diving and altitude
There must be a minimum of 24 hours between surfacing from a dive and ascending to altitude or flying.
Refund and Cancellation policy
The Centre reserves the right to change dive sites without notice, due to weather, safety, or suitability on the day.
Any missed dive once on board will not be refunded.
All divers must be medically fit to dive and if in doubt, have a yes on their medical form must obtain a GP approval.
All divers must have dived within 12 months to book a boat/shore dive or day trip. If they have not dived within 12 months a refresher will be needed prior to booking.
If a customer is late for the activity, then the activity will continue excluding them and no refund will be offered.
- Course and activity fees cannot be refunded if the program is not completed due to the decision of the participant.
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10 years old
Half a day
Open Water or equivalent
|Open water dives