Transitions from Student to PADI Pro -The stuff that’s not on your course! There are a couple of things that signify your progression in diving – the most obvious for many is how you gain qualifications. Gaining qualifications should not be completed without gaining experience; all of this is covered in your training, however the […]

Project AWARE – Dive Against Debris report Ravenspoint Bay Our team recently completed a reccy dive at Ravenspoint Bay, Holyhead, Wales. A new dive site for Scuba Leeds but definitely one we will be going back to! A lovely spot to complete a Dive Against Debris and removed some trash from our sea. Brilliantly clear […]

Twinset Diving for Recreational Divers For most recreational divers, when they dive to their computer, the limiting factor is the amount of air they have in their tanks. A twelve litre tank filled to 220 bar holds 2,640 litres of air and a fifteen litre cylinder holds 3,300 litres. A sidemount system using Ali 80 […]

Why Choose Scuba Leeds? Scuba Leeds takes a revolutionary, sector leading approach to diver training. Drawing on advances and techniques from the world of Technical Diving, we work within the world’s most successful diver training system – the PADI system – to develop confident, safe divers who end their introductory training ready to take their […]

Best of Wrecks – June 2018 Scuba Leeds trips are nothing if not eventful, and the June trip to the Red Sea for Best of Wrecks was another eventful trip. The trip this time we embarked on the Blue O Two “Best of Wrecks” safari on board M/Y Blue Melody, sailing from Hurghada. The Trip […]

Am I Ready for the PADI Advanced Open Water Course? Being a Divemaster with Scuba Leeds, I talk to a lot of students. During these conversations I have realised that the PADI Advanced Open Water course is often misunderstood. It seems that the word ‘Advanced’ often results in new and inexperienced divers backing away from […]