Divemaster and instructor courses in the Caribbean

Beginners and experienced divers will benefit from a range of Divemaster and Marine Aware instructor courses that focus on marine conservation to aid progression to professional diver and environmental ambassador status.
PADI Open Water course PADI Advanced Open Water course Reef monitoring and data collection training Lionfish hunt dives Tobago Cays Marine Park High North Nature Park Sandy Island snorkel trip Emergency First Response course PADI Rescue Diver course PADI Divemaster course
US $6522.49 excluding flights
8 Weeks
Small group
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Price includes all dive equipment, all PADI materials and certification fees.
Hotel accommodation, breakfast and evening meals are also included.
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Description of Divemaster and instructor courses in the Caribbean

Price information

US $6522.49 excluding flights
Price includes all dive equipment, all PADI materials and certification fees.
Hotel accommodation, breakfast and evening meals are also included.
Make enquiry

Check dates

2023: 1 May, 1 Jun, 1 Jul, 1 Aug, 1 Sep

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Grenada is a green island. Whether first seen from the sea or from the air, the rainforest covering a mountainous interior and fringed with white-sand...

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We are a marine conservation NGO dedicated to working with key stakeholders to help preserve and protect the fragile coral reef ecosystem around the beautiful island of Carriacou. Current project work includes:

Reef monitoring to facilitate informed decision making concerning the governance and regulation of fishing practices on the island.

Lionfish containment, in conjunction with GEF, the selection, training and subsequent payment of locally sourced men and women to form a Lionfish hunting team. With the aim of limiting the impact of this invasive species, the team conduct regular cull dives as well as organising community events aimed at increasing the awareness of the threat and to promote the consumption of the fish as a primary protein source.

Coral nursery, in conjunction with UNEP, the selection and training of locally sourced coral gardeners, the construction and population of a Elkhorn coral nursery, including regular cleaning and measurements. As of now, coral fragments are undergoing out planting and thus helping to restore the natural reef barrier in an effort to combat the ongoing threat of coastal erosion.

As part of wider environmental concerns, the team, community members and volunteers conduct regular beach clean ups to help alleviate the impact of of waste products and debris and it's contribution to marine and coral reef pollution.

Whilst water is piped, CRB and the associated dive center utilise large water bowsers to collect rain water which is used as the 'source of choice' for the majority of the year.


All of our past, present and future project work will have an important community aspect. This ranges from training and employment through to community liaison and workshops. To date, we have selected and trained 19 locally sourced divers who are actively involved in our project work.

As a team, we are always on the lookout for 'shining stars', one such individual was identified in 2022 and has completed her professional Dive training with us, as such she will play a full and active role with the volunteers visiting in 2023 and beyond.

As part of our Lionfish programme, we identified a need to involve as many community members as possible. One target group was local artists and jewelry makers who received special training and supplies of equipment to produce Lionfish jewelry constructed from the spines and fins of the fish. Two very successful jewelry makers have now through our connections established regular supply to US based outlets.

During our volunteer season, we have specifically selected a locally owned and run hotel, thus ensuring a very valuable revenue stream for the owners. In addition, we organize, 'out of working hours' trips to locally owned bars and restaurants in order to ensure maximum community benefit from these visitors.

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