Yes you can! The PADI Discover Scuba Diving programme is designed for those who would like to try before they buy. It’s a simple one day programme that allows you to experience what it’s like to breath underwater and decide if you want to get your full licence.

You don’t need to know how to swim to participate in the PADI Discover Scuba Diving programme or the PADI Scuba Diver course but for the latter you need to be able to float for 10 minutes. For the PADI Open Water course you need to be able to swim continuously for 200m and tread water for 10 minutes. You certainly don’t have to be olympic standard to pass the swim tests but it’s highly advisable that you become as confident as possible in water before beginning the course.

Piano Diving Club Is Located Inside Stella Di Mare Resort & Spa Hotel In Makadi Bay. We Are On The Beach Side Of The Hotel.

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Yes. We Accept Credit Cards Payment In Our Center

No. No Deposit Needed, You Can Pay All In Our Diving Center When You Arrive.

Yes. We Have Our Own Boat.

We got you covered for most things but please bring swimwear and towels. We also recommend that you bring sun cream and please try to make sure it’s reef friendly.

That really depends on which day trip you choose and where you are staying. Our dive sites in Hurghada not all are close and we do two dives everyday or sometimes three. We depart around 8:30 am and approximately will be back before 4:30 pm.

Yes. Our Instructors and dive guide are PADI certified divers with more than 20 years experiences. We follow all international standards for scuba diving.

If you cannot book on our website, please send us an email with the details of the dive you would like to do, and we will reply with your email along with the discounted prices. When you arrive at our center you will get the discounted price as stated with our response of your email.

Scuba Diving Safety and Kids According to PADI (the Professional Association of Dive Instructors), kids can be certified as Junior Open Water Divers as early as the age of 10. ... Children develop physically and mentally at different rates, making it difficult to define an age at which all children can safely dive.

Technically, or by the letter of the law - or however you want to phrase it, it is possible to dive alone. There are no scuba police to stop you and some people do dive alone. However, in scuba certification classes, one of the main scuba safety rules is to never dive alone

A basic set includes a mask, snorkel, fins, exposure suit, regulator and BCD, and the price for a set of mid-range equipment is 20€ per day. And that depends of some courses and other scuba dive activity that the equipment is included, please check our website for equipment included/excluded.

Avoid drinking to excess anytime, but particularly before diving or while on a diving vacation. Avoid alcohol for at least 8 hours before diving (the same rule the FAA imposes on pilots). If you drank the night before, avoid diving if you feel a hangover, as you're likely to be significantly dehydrated.