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Enjoy Diving Courses in Gauteng, South Africa

Diving
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About This Diving Experience

Enjoy diving in Gauteng, South Africa!

We offer dive equipment to servicing, diving courses & snorkeling.

Prices For Diving Courses:

• Open Water Scuba Course:

Option 1: 4,290 ZAR

Padi E-learning manual, 5 Confined Water dives, 3 nights accommodation in Ponta do Ouro, Mozambique and 4 Qualifying dives and Maritime tax.

Option 2: 1,100 ZAR

Padi E-learning manual, 5 Confined Water dives, 4 Qualifying dives in Miracle Waters.

Price includes Hard Gear Rental (BCD, Regulator, Cylinder and Weights).

• Advanced Open Water Scuba:

Option 1: 6,050 ZAR

Padi E-learning Manual, classroom session, 3 nights accommodation in Ponta do Ouro, Mozambique and 5 Qualifying dives and Maritime tax.

Option 2: 4,235 ZAR

Padi E-learning Manual, classroom session, 5 Qualifying dives at Miracle Water.

Prices include Hard Gear Rental (BCD, Regulator, Cylinder and Weights).

• Emergency First Response: 1,650 ZAR

2 Classroom sessions, EFR Manual, practical sessions

• Rescue Diver Scuba Course: 3,300 ZAR

Padi Rescue Diver E-learning Manual, classroom session, pool session and Qualifying dives at Miracle Waters, Brits.

Price includes Hard Gear Rental (BCD, Regulator, Cylinder and Weights).

• Dive master Scuba Course: 1,100 ZAR

- You will receive a Padi E-learning Manual, where you will complete the Knowledge Reviews and watch the DVD’s.
- You can then complete the Divemaster Exams.
- After this you will need to complete some pool sessions (of which the dates are confirmed by the students) where we teach you how to teach.
- You will have to complete a number of Open Water dives, either inland or coastal, where we work some more on skills and teach you how to lead dives.

Price includes all theory and classroom sessions, all pool sessions, all Open Water sessions (Miracle Waters), rental of cylinders.

Deposit:

  • 1,000 ZAR


Snorkeling:

With snorkeling you do not need much equipment. If you have a mask and a snorkel, a wet suit and fins, you have most of what you need. You don’t need a boat and you can simply walk into the sea and begin to snorkel. You don’t need special training or qualifications. You don’t have to travel to reefs miles away from the shore.

You can simply take a few steps into the sea and begin to snorkel. Suddenly a world that was previously hidden from you is revealed. Rock pools are filled with life. Unfamiliar plants, crustaceans, fish, coral reefs and even shipwrecks can be explored and savoured. There is no cumbersome equipment and you can move freely through the water.

Details

  • Type: Diving
  • Capacity: 14 People
  • Rental Minimum: 1 hour
  • Cancellation: Full Refund 30 Days Prior

Rental Requirements

Age Requirement:

  • 14+ years.


Frequently Asked Questions:

• What qualifications should a skipper have for a scuba dive?

  • A prospective skipper needs to obtain a Certificate of Competency for any power-driven boat under 25 tonnes and less than 9 meters in length. This certificate complies with the Small Vessel Code outlined by SAMSA (South African Maritime Safety Authority) and signifies that the holder is a licensed skipper. The course covers theoretical knowledge such as legal requirements, general seamanship, safety and emergency procedures, meteorology and power and motor mechanics.


• In South Africa, scuba diving trips need a licensed skipper?

  • A scuba diving trip does not usually go far offshore to reach depths of 40 meters for the average recreational dive. This depth will occur at various distances from the shore depending on the gradient of the seabed. You need to be sure that your skipper is licensed to take you out to the distance you want to dive at. A lack of qualifications and knowledge can be dangerous. If you are unsure about how to secure your skipper’s professional capabilities and your own safety, speak to Scuba Scene in Pretoria. They will be able to provide sound advice and solid references for your next trip scuba diving in South Africa.

Specs

  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Diving regulator
  • Buoyancy compensator
  • Diving cylinder
  • Tank
  • Helmet/mask
  • Diving suit
  • Depth gauge
  • Diving mask
  • Flippers

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Member Since Nov 2016

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