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Survival Divers

We offer training through NAUI (the National Association of Underwater Instructors) 

We teach all our classes to meet or exceed NAUI’S stringent quality and performance standards.

We deliberately accept fewer students into our classes than NAUI permits, in order to give the maximum attention to each student. We believe classes up to six students, taught by our instructors, is the ideal size for safe, fun, and enthusiastic new divers.

Dive into adventure

Scuba diving is an incredible visit into "inner space". It is a silent and weightless world and a unique experience.

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Quality from start to finish

We at Survival divers do all your cost up front to avoid unpleasant ‘surprises’. We think your time is precious so you complete your classes through all the available training materials like books cd’s, video, overhead projectors, and slides.

We sign a learning agreement with each student in wich survival divers and you agree to both give our best efforts and we both decide when you are ready to graduate. So long as you give your best effort, we will schedule additional sessions and guide you through learning challenges until you can meet the course requirements with confidence.

Classes take two weekends and the weeks afternoons in between.


We are starting classes usually every week or every three students.

To reserve a spot, call or Email.

Types of Courses

Survival Scuba offers classes to meet your needs, no matter what your level of involvement in diving will be.  Call us at Telephone +35722680230 or e-mail us at e-mail for dates.

Snorkeler & Skin Diver courses are perfect for families who want a safe orientation to these skills before a warm-water vacation.

Recreational courses such as Scuba Diver, Advanced, Specialty, and Rescue are all geared towards the student who wants to enjoy the underwater realm while increasing their knowledge. 


Nitrox (enriched air, or EANx) is becoming widely used by recreational divers.


NAUI Leadership courses

These professional diving courses, from training assistant all the way through Instructor Trainer, are for committed divers who want to make diving a part-time or full-time occupation.

Technical diving courses are for experienced divers who want to learn how to safely explore caves, deep wrecks, and other hard-to-access dive locations through the use of mixed gases, technical equipment, and advanced techniques.