Diver Propulsion Vehicle “DPV” offers a thrilling way to see a lot of underwater territory in a brief amount of time. They scoot you through the water without kicking or effort.

Whether making a shore dive or diving from a boat, a DPV is a great way to see more and have a blast doing it.

The course includes 2 dives but if you have completed a PDV dive during your PADI Advanced Open Water course then this can be credited towards your Specialty – this means that you only have to complete 1 dive.

The PADI DPV course can be completed in 2 days. The course consist of two parts “1 day theory and 2 adventure dives but if you have completed a PDV dive during your PADI Advanced Open Water course then this can be credited towards your Specialty.

Course StepsWhatWhereWhenTime
Theory1 Classroom sessionPDC ClassroomSunday, Monday or TuesdayMorning or Afternoon
Approximately 2 hours
Adventure Dives2 Sea Dives Sealine BeachFriday or SaturdayMorning
Approximately 4 hours

What You’ll Learn

  • Diver propulsion vehicle dive planning organization, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards
  • Equipment considerations
  • Diver etiquette and how to avoid harming fragile aquatic life
  • Certification counts toward the PADI Master Scuba Diver rating.
Standard course QAR 1,200 Theory & Shore Dives Book Online
VIP course QAR 2,300 Different sessions schedule dates (subject to minimum 2 participants) Book Online
Private course QAR 5,000 Totally private course (one to one) Book Online


PADI DPV Diver manual
Diving gear will be used during the entire course (BCD, Regulator set, weight belt and weights and air cylinders)
Required specialty equipment (i.e. DPV)
Certification fee and PADI DPV Diver certificate card
Covered by our professional diving insurance
Soft drinks during the the dives
Underwater photography during the course


Basic gear (wetsuit, mask, snorkel, fins and boots) can be rented for extra fees.
Transportation To and from the dive site (can be arranged for extra fees).
Towel and breakfast