Experience the exhilaration of drift diving with the PADI drift diver speciality course, and get the best out of the Red Sea’s amazing reefs and diverse sea currents.

SCUBA diving in strong currents can be a thrilling, adrenalin pumping experience when you feel comfortable and relaxed. This is why the PADI drift diver speciality course is essential training for your safety and enjoyment.

The Sea Wind Diving  Instructor team will show you how to glide without effort along dramatic Red Sea walls as if you were truly aloft and flying. From entries and exits to signals and safety, you will learn the best way to use the sea’s currents to your advantage and have the most relaxed and enjoyable SCUBA dives imaginable.

What’s involved?

After a quick briefing, it’s off to the sea for your underwater SCUBA adventure at some of the best drift dive sites in the Red Sea.

Throughout the training you will be in constant underwater contact with your PADI instructor. You will experience a different type of SCUBA diving which can be fast and exhilarating, as you glide and drift over the beautiful Red Sea coral reefs.


1 day on the boat


Knowledge development

the planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards of drift diving
proper procedures for buoyancy-control, navigation and communication
special equipment – floats, lines, reels
site selection and overview of aquatic currents-causes and effects
techniques for staying close to a buddy or together as a group
2 open water dives


Open Water Diver, Junior Open Water or equivalent
Older than 12 years
1 recreational dive before the course to check weights, buoyancy and equipment

* Contact us for pre-booking rates or special offers.

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