The SDI Divemaster Course is the first professional level certification. During this course you will be challenged and learn what it is like to work with divers as they experience the underwater world for the first time and you will learn how to lead already certified divers and show them some of your favorite critters or dive sites. Your SDI Instructor will also teach you how to manage divers, work the dive deck of a boat, and conducting safe and enjoyable dives. Other things you can expect to learn is diving Physics and Physiology, and being a professional SDI Divemaster. Your skills will be refined to demonstration quality and your knowledge increased to that of a professional. After you have completed the SDI Divemaster course you can move onto the SDI Assistant Instructor Course where you will learn more about academic presentations and have the ability to teach certain SDI specialties.
What is involved?
There are three (3) phases to the Divemaster course: Watermanship and Skills Assessment Knowledge Development Practical Application/Internship In addition Divemaster candidates must: Complete an internship under the guidance of the Instructional Staff
  • Open Water Certification or Equivalent
  • Advanced Adventure or Equivalent
  • Rescue Diver or Equivalent
  • Minimum 18 years of age
  • In good physical condition with an approved medical exam
  • Minimum of 20 logged dives to start the course
  • 60 logged dives for completion of the course
  • Cprox/First Aid/ AED or Equivalent
Divemaster Crewpack and Divemaster processing fee
All Personal Scuba Equipment
$795.00 All Prices subject to Change without advance notice.