Wout & Cap’n Paul at 30 metres Temple Garden Pemuteran
Wout listens intently as Cap’n Paul explains nitrogen narcosis on deep dives
Today the Cap’n got out of the office and into the water with Wout from the Netherlands. The site he wanted to visit was Temple Garden, which is an advanced dive at 30 metres. Wout didn’t have experience with deep diving, so he took a step towards Advanced Adventurer and learned all about it from our knowledgeable and fearless leader. Both thoroughly enjoyed the dive and spotted a turtle as they headed up to their safety site–lucky buggers!
Congratulations to Lewis, who became the newest member of the Sea Rovers Brethren today. He completed his 3-day SSI Open Water course under the watchful eye of instructor Wayan. We hope that this is just the beginning of many amazing underwater adventures for you. Come back soon to get your Advanced!
Wayan shows Lewis how to use a dive computer
Lewis signals OK on his training dive at Coral Bommie
Lewis is now an Open Water Diver!
This could be you!
Are you on holiday in Bali and want to try diving? Have you always wanted to try diving, but didn’t want to invest the time or money to get fully certified? Are you a long-time snorkeler and just itching to see what all the excitement below is about? Do an introductory scuba course with Sea Rovers.
The introductory course is done here in Pemuteran and is very easy. It consists of 20 mins of basic theory, in water training done in the bay here, followed by a dive. After which, you have a temporary certificate valid for 14 days. You will be able to dive to a maximum depth of 12mtrs under the direct supervision of a divemaster or instructor, and can join any of the normal trips we offer during that 2-week period.
Don’t wait any longer–contact us for details and pricing.
Me, My Camera and I
The Captains going Solo. Who’s not with me?
Seriously though we’ll be offering the chance to break free from the shackles of buddydom. How many times have you been on a dive trip and been given a buddy who is more of a liability than a buddy? How many times have you taken your camera out and wished you didn’t have a buddy with you? Or been with a Photographer and had to hang around waiting for them to take the shot.
The SDI Solo Diving course is about learning to be independent as much as its about diving on your own. There are many situations where having a buddy along just doesn’t always work. What happens if you loose your buddy, are you prepared to take care of yourself? This is where the SDI Solo Diving course comes into its own (forgive the pun).
Lets face it at one point or another, you will be diving alone, whether you want to or not.
Those interested in learning more can Start Here where you can find more information and links to e-learning SDI Solo Diver theory.