Health & Fitness
You don’t need to be an Olympic athlete to join a scuba internship, but should have basic fitness.
Scuba diving is a very relaxing activity, and is significantly less physically demanding than swimming or snorkeling. To be able to take part in one of our diving internships you need to be in basic decent shape, but nothing special!
And stating the obvious, you also need to be able to swim. You don’t need to be an especially strong swimmer, but it’s essential that you can swim and are comfortable in water.
During your diving internship you will be given ample opportunity to practice your swimming and snorkelling and we encourage you to do so, to improve your all-round basic fitness.
Medical Questionnaire for all Scuba Internships
There are many specific medical conditions which have the potential to be unsafe for scuba divers. These are listed in the PADI Medical Questionnaire.
Examples include ear or sinus surgery, drug or alcohol abuse, cancer, heart disease, pregnancy etc.
If you think you may have concern over a particular illness or injury, contact us and we can discuss it with you.