PADI. Professional Association of Diving Instructors
Why is PADI different?
PADI certification cards are the most respected and sought after scuba credentials in the world. No matter where you choose to dive, your PADI scuba certification card will be recognized and accepted. In fact, on most scuba diving adventures you will be surrounded by other PADI Divers who made the same certification choice you did to train with the world's largest and most respected scuba diving training organization.
PADI has certified over 24,000,000 diver since 1967, and averages 90,000 certifications each year. They operate in over 200 countries and territories worldwide and have retailers and resorts in over 150 countries. This means that almost no matter where you are, you can depend on PADI to gain your scuba diving certification. Their worldwide service and years of experience ensure you'll have the best experience possible yourself and walk away feeling confident in your abilities.To serve the needs of divers worldwide, translations of PADI materials are available in at least 26 languages. They offer several types of courses from certified divers, to professional diving to free diving. No matter your level of experience and certification, PADI can help you achieve the next level.
Through courses, testing and hands on skills, you'll work with PADI to ensure you have the right skill set to feel comfortable and safe in the water. Would-be scuba divers choose PADI over any other scuba diving organization because of their great track record and amazing service. Most Whitsunday diving vessels operate with PADI certified instructors and continue to strive for th best service and best experience possible.
Scuba diving to many will be a new experience, an awesome activity that has you visiting the underwater world. Coral reefs in the Whitsundays are full of life, colour and amazing creatures that will continue to amaze you, no matter if you have been diving one time or one hundred times. If you are visiting the Whitsundays, take the opportunity to explore the underwater world on board one of our diving vessels.