I'm happiest when floating in the sea
BOAT DIVE IN KUSADASI
Explore the beauty of the underwater world of Kusadasi. A world of adventure waits for you under the Aegean Sea… These are primarily for qualified divers who are able to show their log book and certificate.
Open water divers will descend to a maximum depth of approx 18 metres under the guidance and control of one (or more) of our divemasters.
Advanced and Rescue divers will descend to a maximum depth of approx 25 – 30 metres under the guidance and control of one (or more) of our divemasters .Then there are specialist dives such as cave dives, wreck dives and night dives (night diving is completely different to day-time diving)
Allied with all of those dives the dive centre offers the full range of PADI diving courses, so that anyone having completed a show dive and who wishes to gain their first certificate (Open Water) can do so. Similarly certified divers can upgrade their skills, and certification, all the way through to Divemaster. General information:Kusadasi bay is a volcanic one, which means that the sea bed is covered in cracks and fissures which emit hot water (fumaroles). Divers swimming into one of these hot water outpourings for the first time are generally quite surprised at how hot the water is.