Pass your PADI specialty or your Master in Guadeloupe with Atlantis Formation.

Rédigé le Wednesday, August 6th 2014 à 22:16 | Lu 1321 fois

Are you sometimes bored under water? Then it is probably time to choose a PADI specialty.
With Specialty Dives, you can rediscover the lost sensations and test new things underwater.

Wreck dive Guadeloupe
Wreck dive Guadeloupe
When and How to Pass a PADI Specialty Course ?
In general, after Open Water, you can specialize. Some "Spe" are available in the Open Water, others after the PADI Adventure or Advanced.

If you loved wreck diving, then why not learn more? The same goes for night diving or drift diving.

Most specialties are done in 2, 3 or 4 dives, therefore can be done in 1 to 2 days.

Night Dives Guadeloupe
Night Dives Guadeloupe
Atlantis Formation Specialties
Atlantis Formation offers a wide range of specialties.

• Wreck
• Drift
• Multilevel and Computer
• Development of Buoyancy
• Use of Digital Cameras
• Night
• Deep

Master Scuba Diver Course
Master Scuba Diver Course
The Master Scuba Diver course

This is the highest qualification in PADI.
It reflects experience and an ability to adapt underwater

To obtain Scuba Diver Master, you must already have:

Advanced PADI (or equivalent)
Rescue PADI(or equivalent)
5 different PADI Specialties

Rates and Services
ATLANTIS FORMATION offers comprehensive training;

• € 129 (2 dives)
• € 176 (3 dives)
• € 223 (4 dives)
- Certification fees included.

MASTER SCUBA DIVER 760 € (15 dives)

- Certification fee within 5 Specialties included.
ATLANTIS FORMATION ensures effective and comprehensive training to make you an respectful and experienced diver.

1.Posted by Tom Fountain on 10/29/2014 1:33 AM
Hi Vincent

We spoke yesterday to say we are planning a visit to Guadaloupe at end of November, and hope we can spend a couple of days in the area and dive with you. I couldn't find your email address on the site and I have not seen an email from you, so I really hope this reaches you so we can make arrangements!

Tom Fountain

2.Posted by Elizabeth on 03/16/2016 9:30 PM

I will be in Guadeloupe from 3/17 (evening) until 3/20 (morning). Would it be possible to get PADI Certified during this time?

Please let me know (preferably via email) so that I can plan accordingly.

Thank you!

Kind regards,

3.Posted by arend on 03/11/2017 8:49 AM
I was wondering if you would take a family ( 2 adults + 2 children 10+) if we only want to do snorkeling instead of diving. In other words: do you offer snorkel trips as well, or only diving trips ?


4.Posted by Vincent Meurice on 03/16/2017 1:36 PM
hello, thank you for your mail
we do offer snorkeling trip but it depend on the booking of the day

feel free to post your demand à
thank you

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