Master Scuba Diver

Upon completing Rescue Diver Course, obtaining 5 PADI specialties and 50 logged dives, you may apply for the highest rank in recreational diving PADI Master Scuba Diver.
Becoming a PADI Master Scuba Diver is the highest non-professional diver rating awarded by PADI. It is a very respected level in the diving industry and is only held by a small percentage of recreational divers.

When you become a Master scuba diver, you are considered to have better experience and knowledge than most other recreational divers. As well as spending a considerable amount of time underwater in various environments.

The Master Scuba Diver course is designed with both a skill based and academic core. The PADI Master Scuba Diver course involves specific training in the theory and practice of:

To be a PADI rescue divers

Have at least 50 logged dives

Have completed 5 PADI specialties. Popular specialties for divers to choose include deep, enriched air diving, and wreck diver

Every diver should aim to become a PADI Master Scuba Diver rating. The minimum age is 15 to undertake the Master Scuba Diver course. Let's go Scuba Diving and earn the top recreational diving level!