padi rescue diver

koh doc mai wall diving

three dive day trip


per person
  • Three Rescue Coral Reef Scenario Dives
  • Minimum Age Twelve Years Old
  • Full Two Day Course
  • Breakfast & Lunch Onboard Day Two
  • Return Hotel Transfers
  • Max Group Size – Four Students
  • Fully Inclusive
  • Approximately (US$350 / £260 / €310 / AUD490)

two days

rescue diver course

The PADI Rescue Diver course will change the way you dive forever – in the best possible way of course. Learn to identify and fix minor issues quickly and before they become bigger problems, also gain a lot of confidence and have serious fun along the way here in Phuket.

Discover why countless divers say the PADI Rescue Diver is their favourite scuba diving course

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day one

rescue pool sessions

On the first day, we come and collect you from your hotel lobby at 8.00 am. Your scuba diving instructor will meet you in the classroom for the theory part of the course and following lunch, it will be off to the swimming pool for the fun part, we normally finish by taking you back to your hotel at around 5 pm. 

day two

three open water dives

On the second day, we will collect you from your hotel lobby at 7.30 am and we are off to Koh Racha Noi where we will conduct the simulated scuba rescue scenarios subjects whilst having fun. We will do two dives at Koh Racha Noi and on eat Koh Racha Yai island. You will be returned back to your hotel at around 5pm.

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first response

If you have a valid first-aid certificate then you can complete the Rescue Diver course in two days. If you do not have a valid first-aid certificate then you will need to do the one-day EFR course first.
The Emergancey first responce course is set over one day and costs 6,000 THB

If you would like to combine the EFR + Rescuce Diver courses – so set over three days and a discounted cost of 16,000 Thailand Baht.

frequently asked questions

When you click the book now button, you will be asked for some details and forwarded to a payment page for 500 Thailand Baht per person deposit. 

Once your deposit is received, we do a final confirmation so you can have fun packing, knowing that your trip is secured.

What about the final balance? Easy! The final balance can either be paid in the dive shop with cash or credit card (click for location) or on the boat in cash.

If you have any questions before you book then, please drop us an email:

07:30 – Hotel pick up
08:30 – Meet your Divemaster
09:00 – Scuba dive safety briefing
09:00 – Freshly prepared Breakfast
10:00 – Arrive at Koh Racha Noi Island
10:15 – First Dive of the day
11:45 – Thai buffet lunch is served
13:00 – Second dive of the day
14.30 – Arrive at Koh Racha Yai Island
15:30 – Third dive of the day
16:30 – Sail back to Phuket
17:30 – Return back to your hotel

Open Water Diver/Junior Open Water Certified​

Scuba diving requires a minimum level of health and fitness. Anyone, regardless of age, with shortness of breath, blurred vision, or any form of chest pain may need to reconsider diving. Avoid disappointment, download and review the Diver Medical form to ensure you won’t need a physician’s approval to dive before enrolling in a scuba course.

We expect no issues but in the unlikely event of injury, it only makes sense to be prepared. Check your current travel insurance covers you for scuba diving activities. Be sure to contact them directly to make sure. If they do not then we recommend DAN Scuba Diving Insurance.

While we may not be able to accommodate every requirement please let us know in advance and we’ll make every effort to ensure there is food available for you. In addition, we can help you store your own food on the trip if necessary.

Absolutely! While some places use amateurs or fresh out of school dive guides, we use local experienced experts. Our concern for your safety is paramount and we take pride in our staff’s experience and professionalism.