Night Diver PADI

Night Diver PADI

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The PADI Night Diver course, organized by Underwater Academy, offers you the exciting opportunity to explore the magical underwater world during nighttime hours. You will discover how marine life transforms after sunset and have the unique chance to observe nocturnal creatures such as crabs, bioluminescent fish, and corals that glow in the dark. This mysterious and fascinating experience will create unforgettable memories for you.

Academic Path:

During the PADI Night Diver course, you will acquire specific skills and necessary precautions to safely immerse yourself in night dives. Topics covered will include the unique challenges of night diving, the use of specialized equipment such as underwater lights and surface markers, safety procedures, navigation and communication techniques in low visibility conditions, observation and identification of nocturnal creatures, as well as planning and management of night dives. Information on responsible behavior and environmental considerations during night dives will also be provided.

Equipment You Will Use:

Throughout the course, you will have the opportunity to use standard scuba diving equipment such as a mask, fins, BCD (buoyancy control device), regulator, and pressure gauge. Additionally, you will have the chance to become familiar with equipment specifically designed for night diving, such as underwater lights and surface markers.


To participate in this course, it is required to have obtained the Open Water Diver certification (or higher) and be at least 12 years old. Previous experience in night diving is not required, but having a good mastery of basic diving skills is recommended to make the most of this experience.

Certification Granted:

At the end of the PADI Night Diver course, you will receive the prestigious PADI Night Diver certification, which attests to your skills and allows you to safely and consciously dive during night dives.

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