Master Scuba Diver Package
- Location: Huskisson, NSW
- Product code: HDC MSD
Choose 5 of our 17 Speciality Courses and finish them with Dive Jervis Bay to join the best of the best in Recreational Scuba Diving and become a PADI Master Scuba Diver. $3,300 in Dive credit is enough to choose not only 5 Specialities but also go for at least 4 double boat dives to cement the skills.
- $3,300 in Husky Dive Credit for only $2,500 (You Get a 25% discount on all courses and dives with us as a Master Diver)
- Life Membership of Husky Divers
- Access to the Old Crow Diver Package to get 25% off all Dives from then on.
Where to now? Why not become a Master Scuba Diver with us, you can choose your 5 Specialities from those taught by our instructors, as well as a minimum of 4 free double boat dives to cement those skills with us, and then once you have logged your 50 dives, you will receive your award from PADI and also a special reward from us, Life Membership of Husky Divers.
The Master Scuba Diver rating places you in an elite group of respected divers who have earned this rating through both significant experience and scuba training. Fewer than two percent of divers ever achieve this rating. When you flash your Master Scuba Diver card, people know that you’ve spent time underwater in a variety of environments and had your share of dive adventures.
Every diver, who is at least 12 years old, should aim for Master Scuba Diver. Check with us about starting your journey toward becoming a PADI Master Scuba Diver and continuing your diving adventures.
What's the difference between a Master Diver and a Dive Master
Often misunderstood, a Master Diver has taken the time to gain the Skills / Knowledge / Experience to be comfortable diving in most environments. It is the highest possible level of Recreational Diver.
Usually focused on a specific area of diving they have gained enough courses to be considered an Expert. It is basically someone who knows and is formally recognised as a "Master" in the underwater world.
A Dive Master is simply a professional who works underwater, their training focuses on leading dives, advanced rescue skills, WHS and the requirements of working in a Dive Centre. It is usually only the first step in the career, with most going on to become Instructors. As an instructor advances further in their training, they may in turn become a Master Scuba Diver Trainer, one of the highest levels of Instructor where they can teach at least 5 distinct specialities as well as training a minimum of 50 divers.
When considering becoming a Master Diver, that some time to consider your Course Focus. Often Master Divers are either gaining courses in a specific area of interest, or they are looking to move into a specific type of diving.
If you were for example, looking to become a Tech Diver you might choose:
- Dry Suit
- Cavern or Wreck
Which are all courses that are either required to enter into Tech Programs or are useful for you in a Tech Environment.
Photographers however will have a different focus:
- Peak Buoyancy
- Photography / Videography
- Self Reliant Diver
If you where studying Marine Biology, and were needing your Scientific Diver Qualification, you would be considering the following to assist you.
- O2 Provider
- Full Face Mask
All of these courses are general requirements of the courses covered in the Scientific Diver Course.
As you can see the options and mix of courses can be highly specific for individuals. If you are considering what's next for you, this package deal is one that you should not miss out on.
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