PADI Re-activate program
Get Back Into Diving With Oceans of Discovery!

Haven’t been scuba diving lately and want a quick refresher? The PADI ReActivate program is the perfect way to brush up on your knowledge and skills before jumping back into the water.

Whether you want a few reminders or need to go over the basics, ReActivate is personalized for you.

You conveniently review scuba concepts on your tablet, mobile device or computer, through PADI's online e-learning platform. After a review of the theory, we will gear up and jump in the water.

During the in-water session, we will help you regain comfort and confidence in scuba diving. You’ll practice a few safety-related skills and then go over anything you specifically wish to review. Once you are comfortable, we will head out on a fun dive to blow off those cobwebs!

It’s quick and easy and a good way to prepare for your next PADI course or get ready for some new dive adventures.

The best part is, divers who complete both the knowledge and in-water skill refresher receive a replacement certification card with a ReActivated date on it!

What You Need To Know
Who can take part in the program?
* Those aged 10 and above.
* Those with a valid Scuba Diver certification or who are enrolled in a scuba certification course
* Recommended for any diver who has been out of the water for 12 months or more.
What is included?
You will get access to the PADI ReActivate program online, with a replacement certification card showing a “ReActivated Thru” date.
Tank and weights included. Divers can rent additional gear at a reduced rate if needed.
How long will the program take?
A refresher dive will take approximately three hours from start to finish.
How much will it cost?
A refresher dive costs  €130 and includes all PADI fees. You can book online using the link below, then contact to book a time that suits.
Where will the dives take place?
Refresher dives will take place in the sheltered bay of Roberts Cove, Co.Cork. If sea conditions are unfavorable, we will use our on-site dive pool instead.