All of our courses offered at Barefoot Dive Center follow PADI standards
PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors®) is the world’s largest and leading diver training organization with more than 6,600 dive centers and resorts and over 137,000 professional members worldwide. Issuing a million certifications each year in 186 countries and territories, PADI makes underwater exploration, travel, and adventure accessible to people around the world while maintaining the highest industry standards for dive training, safety, and customer service, monitored for worldwide consistency and quality, PADI enables people around the world to seek adventure and save the ocean through underwater education, life-changing experiences and travel.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Firstly, it is highly unlikely that this will ever happen. During your PADI Open Water Diver course you will be taught how to monitor your air supply frequently and you will learn that we never dive until the tank is empty, we always end the dive before air supply becomes an issue. You will also learn several different ways to deal with an "out of air situation" safely so in the unlikely event that you did run out, you will have the skills required to manage the situation.