Ignore gravity and fly into the water

Our sensitivity about people with disabilities does not stop at words.

DDI programs, allows disabled individuals to experience diving safely with modifications and enhancements to their training and or equipment.

Why scuba dive?

Scuba diving has shown numerous advantages as a social and physical rehabilitation of disabled individuals, allowing them to interact in a near weightless state, with many feeling that the normal obstacles and restrictions their disability gives them on land, disappears in water when given the right equipment and training.
It is common knowledge that participating in regular recreational activities, which involves physical exercise, is rewarded with better health, both physically and mentally. Scuba diving is also a social sport, and as such can have a tremendous positive effect on disabled divers and their ability to interact with non-disabled divers alike.

The lack of gravity makes scuba diving the only sport that allows you to forward your body only with a move of your finger. Only a diver and an astronaut can experience that.

Join Thalassa Diving Academy and meet a whole new world!

You can do it!