PADI Divemaster Course in Bali
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PADI Divemaster course 14 days: IDR 26,500,000
This includes a brand new dive computer, mask & snorkel, fins & booties, dive knife, safety signalling sausage and compass (all worth more than IDR 6,500,000) and all your PADI Divemaster materials (worth IDR 3,800,000) to keep.
Only IDR 3,300,000 per week! This great price only applies for additional weeks pre-booked before arrival in Bali.
Take your dive skills to the next level on the PADI Divemaster Course with Bali Scuba:
Your PADI Divemaster program lasts from 14 days up to two months depending on how long you can stay in Bali. During your Divemaster course you’ll be working closely with our experienced team of PADI Instructors to expand your dive knowledge and dive skills, strengthen your leadership abilities and improve your in-water scuba skills. You’ll join challenging and exciting training exercises that stretch your ability to organize and solve problems as well as help others improve their scuba. The Divemaster program is hard work but fun and includes lots of ocean dives at the best dive sites in Bali.
You’ll have a lot of fun working with our team, but we won’t use you as slave-labour: you’re free to do as much or as little as you want, but of course the more you put in the more benefit you’ll get out.
The basic Divemaster course is 14-days but the longer you stay the more benefit you’ll get. With each additional week you add you’ll get more chance to practice what you learned on the course and more chance to enjoy some of the great diving here in Bali. It’s also a really cost-effective way to log more dives if you don’t have the 40 dives required to start the Divemaster course or if you want to reach the 100-dives needed to start the PADI Instructor course (IDC)
PADI Divemaster course prerequisites:
To enter the PADI Divemaster course you need to have a Rescue Diver certification and CPR & First Aid training taken within the last 24 months. You’ll need to get clearance to dive from a doctor either in your home country or we can help arrange it for you quickly and cheaply here in Bali. You’ll need to be at least 18 years old and have 40 or more dives to begin the course. If you don’t meet any of these requirements, don’t worry – just contact us and we’ll find a solution (except the age thing).
It’s important to have your own basic equipment and essential safety items. That’s why we include all of these things in your package. You’ll get them on the first day of your program and they’re yours to keep after the program ends. If you already own any of these items we’ll reduce the cost of your package accordingly.
The following items are all included in your package:
Airport pick up
Daily lunch & soft drinks
All PADI materials
Mask & snorkel
Fins & booties
Dive knife, safety signaling sausage, compass
Free rental BCD, regulator, wetsuit
Lots of diving!
Tec diving try-out
Underwater photography try-out
Tips for guiding underwater photographers workshop
Compressor use workshop and practice sessions
Maintain your regulator workshop
Free Wi-Fi in our dive center
We’re the holders of the “Outstanding Contribution to Instructor Development” award from PADI Asia Pacific. This means you’ll be learning from the best Instructors in the region on Asia’s best island.
Want to know what the Divemaster Course at Bali Scuba is all about? Watch our short video:
I really enjoyed the PADI IDC program at Bali Scuba and am so thankful to have met Chong, the IDC staffs as well as my classmates. – Irene, February 9th
- 16-year accident-free record
- Learning in small groups
- PADI certified Instructors
- Medical oxygen every trip
- Clean air & clean tanks
- Well-maintained equipment
- New: In-water GPS radio
- Multiple PADI Award winner
- Unlimited diving at Bali’s top dive sites
- Free workshops and intro to Tec diving
Let’s Go! Book your PADI Divemaster course in Bali right now!
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