Month: August 2019

PADI vs BSAC (Which diving qualification is better PADI or BSAC?)

Both scuba diving qualifications from BSAC and PADI are recognised internationally. The course that BSAC tech tend to be slighter cheaper and take longer than PADI’s. Many argue that BSAC training is more thorough too. But for a faster way to get qualified and for the number of places to do so, PADI would be the choice. The beginner scuba diving certification that PADI teaches is “Open Water Diver” where the maximum depth is 18 metres (60 feet). Versus BSAC which is “Ocean Diver” where the maximum depth is 20 metres (67 feet).

PADI vs SSI (Which diving certification is better PADI or SSI?)

The beginner scuba diving certification that PADI teaches vs the training with SSI is very similar. For both organisations the beginner certification is known as “Open Water Diver”. This starter certification qualifies you to dive to 18 metres (60 feet) with both PADI and SSI. But SSI also offer a “Scuba Diver” level which is for divers who can only dive under the supervision of a dive professional and to a maximum of 12 metres (40 feet).

PADI vs NAUI (Which diving certification is better PADI or NAUI?)

PADI vs NAUI and which diving organisation is better. Both PADI and NAUI their first certification level allows youto dive to a depth of 18 metres (60 feet). The main difference between these two beginner certifications is that NAUI trains its divers some basic skills of saving an unconscious diver, whereas PADI doesn’t.

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