Enjoy diving in Riga, Latvia! Prices Are Per Person: - Intro Dive: €35 EUR - Referral Open Water Diver: €260 EUR - Bubble Maker: €170 EUR - Open Water Diver (OWD): €300 EUR - Advanced Open Water Diver (AOWD): €245 EUR - Rescue Diver: €270 EUR - Emergency First Response (EFR): €115 EUR - Dive Master: €545 EUR - Enriched Air Diver: €130 EUR - Deep Diver: €165 EUR - Wreck Diver: €165 EUR - Dry suite Diver: €130 EUR - Ice Diver: €130 EUR - Night Diver: €100 EUR - Search and Recovery diver: €130 EUR - Equipment Specialist: €115 EUR If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
We are the largest PADI certified diving center in Riga, Latvia. We offer diving courses, equipment rental, tourist trips.
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Age Requirement: - Above 8 years Frequently Asked Questions: • What is the minimum of equipment to start diving? - Starting lessons of PADI Open Water Diver course is required for swimwear or a bathing suit. By the time you purchased your equipment we use rents available. • What includes diving courses? - Learn to dive is not difficult - just like in any other sport or active recreation in the form of training should be given time and dedication. Each course is a set number of exercises you will learn. If, following the standard of training devoted to classes seem insufficient offer additional classes. • How much time it takes to become a certified diver? - Learn to scuba diving can be much faster than it would seem - no matter where you do it, the training takes three-four days to six weeks - depending on how often will meet with your instructor. It is very important to take seriously the training process. Obtaining a certificate showing the skills, but you need both the diving experience and the addition to the self. Diver experiences the maximum after tens but hundreds of dive times and the degree of difficulty. • Are there any special requirements for students? - If you are in good physical shape and feel safe in the water is likely to successfully learn a PADI Open Water Diver (OWD) course. • Where can I dive? - Virtually anywhere where there is water - from a swimming pool and finally the ocean, including a variety of "staging" - quarries, rivers, lakes, etc. More, see diving spot.