Latchi Dive Centre is delighted to announce that we will be running our very own PADI Instructor Development Course in June 2019.
During today’s safety boat tour up to Cape Arnautis on the Akamas Peninsula, two of the Latchi Watersports team came across a very sorry sight. They found a rather large green turtle (Chelonia-Mydas) on the north side of the popular St. George’s Island dive site completely tangled in fishing line.
Our Dive Intern Ben is still enjoying his time here with us at Latchi Watersports. He is learning something new every day. He has made a deep diver specialty video. It shows you some of his experiences diving in the beautiful waters along the Akamas Peninsula. If you are interested in diving or becoming an intern in 2019 click here
My name is Callum O’Sullivan, I am 18 years old and have just finished the first month of my divemaster internship here at Latchi Dive Centre (Latchi Watersports)
The first time I ever tried diving was a try dive in Egypt in 2009. I went on to complete my Open Water Course in Cambodia in 2011.
The Dive Internship to which I signed-up turned out to be a lot more challenging than I bargained for. But, what an opportunity.
This first month at Latchi Watersports has not only been educational but also life-changing. This was my first time away from home by myself. I don't think I could have chosen a more welcoming and endearing atmosphere in which to start my dive internship.
A stunning photo was taken by John Duggan from the bottom of the west wall of St George's Island.
St George’s Island diving and removal a large fishing net.
Johnny H, Johnny A, and Nicola went out to St George’s Island to remove a large fishing net yesterday. After a tough 4 hours and some deep dives down to 45 Metres, they hauled the net back on to the boat; making quite a mess.