It certainly will and we hope to prove this to you on your arrival.

This all depends on which courses you are taking. If you look at our website, it will give you an idea to how long each course takes.

It really all depends on what course you would like to do. Please take a look at our courses page to see the wide range of courses we provide along with all our prices.

We would normally dive for about an hour before returning to the surface.

The first course you can do is the Discover Scuba Diving course. This will involve a short classroom lesson followed by learning how to use the equipment in shallow water before diving in the sea with your instructor. You can then go on to do the PADI Open Water Diving course.

You will be taught how to check your air regularly, so you can see if it is running out, but if this was to happen, which is unlikely, then your instructor will have an extra regulator that will supply air to you while you both swim to the surface.

If you are a beginner then it is 60 feet/18 metres. If it is recreational diving then you can dive up to 130 feet/40 metres.

This is normal and happens to a lot of people we teach. It is just the water pressure affecting your eardrums. You will learn how to control this when you learn to dive.

Firstly we need to know you are fit and healthy. There will be a medical questionnaire that you will need to fill out asking you if you have any medical conditions that will prevent you from diving. If you have none then you are all set to go. You can then decide on what course you would like to get started on.

If you are just doing the PADI Discover Scuba Diving course then you do not need to know how to swim. If you do the PADI Open Water course and want to become a certified scuba diver then you will need to know how to swim. You will have to demonstrate some basic water skills as well as being able to float or tread water for 10 minutes.

Yes, as long as you are fit and healthy, then you can learn to dive.