PADI Full Face Mask Speciality

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PADI Full Face Mask (FFM) Speciality

Take your diving to a whole new level with the PADI Full Face Mask Speciality course!
The course will introduce you to the amazing, new experience that is diving with a full face mask. Enjoy being able to breath with both your mouth and nose, as if you are back on the surface and learn the key skills that will allow you to dive safely and get the most out of your Full Face Mask.

What is involved in the Full Face Mask course?

When you enrol onto the Speciality, our instructors will ‘size you up’ for the best fitting mask from our collection of Ocean Reef Full Face Mask’s. There is a confined session and two open water dives to the speciality, allowing you ample time with our dedicated team to ensure you master the course at every level.

  • One Confined or Pool orientation dive
  • Two Open water training dives
  • Equipment Hire of our Full Face Mask’s
  • Certification Card Upon Completion
  • The Full Face Mask Course contributes to the Master Scuba Diving rating

Once you have completed this exciting speciality course, you will even be able to integrate underwater communications to your Full Face Mask, so that you can rule out those somewhat confusing underwater hand signals and tell your buddy exactly what you are looking at…You can even sing if you like!

Site entrance fee: There is an  entrance fee for open water dives requiring entry to an inland dive site, payable daily by the student. Current fees: Vobster Quay £16.00, Andark Lake £15.00.

Full SCUBA Equipment is required for the Course. If you need any equipment, you can hire this from Island Divers – just give us a call!

Contact Island Divers to discuss Full Face Mask requirements!

Course Fee

£175.00 as a stand-alone course or £45 for a try dive in the pool – this will count towards your certification should you decide to do the two open water dives.

Proof of current qualification and experience, (log book and cards), must be provided on day one of the course.

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