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Diving School

Post by katrin » Thu, 03 Aug 2006 9:35 pm

is here anybody that did his diving license in singapore and can advise me a good divin school?


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Post by kk_lass » Sat, 05 Aug 2006 12:22 pm

Hi Katrin, you r refering to scuba diving right?

You can check these out:

If you are new, go for the PADI courses and get your certificates first. Then in future, you can go for leisure diving.

Cost depends on courses as well as the location you are diving.
Beware of hidden cost.
Sometime, there maybe promotion gimmicks where it stated a price, but in the end, you still have to pay extra for the diving equipments, rental of boats, food... Then you end up paying much more - unwillingly .. :o :? as you only find out abt it when you r already in that island, preparing to dive! :???:

You can check what does the price/cost includes. Normally they should quote you the final cost for beginners.

Have fun!
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Post by joelle » Sun, 06 Aug 2006 5:24 pm

If you do a PADI course the diving equipment should be included in the price.

I've been diving for 6 years now and visited many countries that teach PADI courses and never seen a course where equipment is charged as a hidden cost.

Just make sure you ask all the questions and then nothing will be hidden:

ie extra charges if you have to go out on a boat (this is usually the case)

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