PADI likes to reward its SCUBA divers for their achievements in SCUBA diver training and therefore acknowledge the highest level of non-professional PADI diver with the prestigious title of PADI Master SCUBA diver.

The Red Sea Diving Sea Wind team also likes to encourage novice divers to aim for this premier ranking, as it shows a highly trained diver with a vast knowledge in a variety of diving disciplines.

The Red Sea can provide all the adventures you will need for training dives to reach this goal. You will need to qualify in five PADI Specialities. Why not choose Wreck diver and learn on the great SS Thistlegorm, Drift diver in the Straits of Tiran, Boat diver on one of our dive boats, Night diver on our splendid house reef and Naturalist diver in the world class Ras Mohamed National Park.

The PADI system allows you to use the first dive of each dive completed in your PADI Advanced Open Water diver as a credit towards each corresponding PADI specialty. However you don’t have to do this and can choose any course which interests you.

You will also need to complete the PADI Rescue course and have 50 logged dives. After completion of these courses, Red Sea Diving Sea Wind and PADI will recognize your achievements and look at you as a PADI Master SCUBA diver.

What’s involved?

Once you have completed the PADI Master Scuba diver requirements you are eligible to apply for the rating.

The specialties are completely your choice. You can either opt to complete those you started on the advanced course or you can indulge in something completely different if your interests have changed.

What does this qualification mean to me?

As a PADI Master Scuba Diver you have attained a level of competence and commitment to diving which is internationally recognized and respected.




To reach this level you must complete all levels of diver training including Rescue Diver, Emergency First Response and 5 PADI Specialty courses as well as having a minimum of 50 logged dives.

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