Recreational Divers

altRecreational scuba diving is considered to be diving that permits a direct ascent to the surface at a controlled and pre-determined speed and does not require decompression stops. Recreational scuba diving is defined as pleasure diving to a depth of up to 130 feet without decompression stops.

Basic classes involve classroom instruction and training in a pool and in open water settings.



What people say

"They teach you many useful things from their great experience..."

Oliver Trion

“I completed the SRD Underwater Investigation 1 course in Vancouver BC. There was no Hollywood fluff in this course just solid facts and fundamentals regarding the realities of how to be a professional diver investigator. I would recommend this course to anyone wanting to work in investigation business...”

David Tompson

“I've attended two SRDI courses in Serbia. Even though I'm diver arts for more than15 years and have seen a lot, I was amazed how good the system of training was. If you have the opportunity don't miss it!...”

Goran Jankovic