Learn To Scuba Dive In London
In 3 Easy Steps...
Step 1. Complete Scuba Diving Theory Online
Step 2. Learn to Scuba Dive in our Central London Pool
Step 3. Complete Four Open Water Dives
PADI Scuba Diving Courses in Central London
Our Central London scuba diving lessons take place in Soho at one of London's finest pools. Our pool sessions take place at Marshall Street Leisure Centre which is within easy reach of the City, Notting Hill, Chelsea, Belgravia, Kensington, Mayfair and other central locations on the tube network.
Scuba Diving Lessons in Central London
Our central London diving courses take place just behind London's iconic Carnaby Street in the state-of-the-art £38m Marshall Street leisure centre, containing arguably the finest pool in central London.
This 30m long pool gives students plenty of room to swim around in, practice their skills and fine tune their buoyancy. The pool is constantly heated to 27 degrees celsius and has a maximum depth of 3m (10ft) making it a fabulous place to undertake your PADI diving course.
If you've always wanted to learn how to dive then these two courses are the most suitable for you:
PADI DISCOVER SCUBA
This trial dive is ideal for people who wish to experience scuba diving before they commit to the Open Water course certification course. It shows you the basics and lets you have fun underwater. For more information about our scuba diving tasters see our PADI Discover Scuba page.
PADI OPEN WATER COURSE
The PADI open water scuba diving course is the world's most popular and recognised scuba diving certification. Once you've completed your lessons then you will be qualified to dive to a maximum depth of 18m anywhere around the world. For more information please see our PADI Open Water Courses.
Marshall Street Leisure Centre,
15 Marshall Street,
London, W1F 7EL
Please note that we do not have a shop here. If you are looking to buy equipment then please visit www.oysterdivingshop.com
Marshall Street is within easy walking distance from Oxford Street and Piccadilly Circus underground circus.
Come out of the 'Argyle Street' exit at the tube station and walk down Argyle Street until you reach Great Marlborough Street. Cross over the road and walk down Carnaby Street and turn left at Ganton Street to the end of the road.
Come out of the tube station at Exit 1 and walk up Glasshouse Street. Take the first road on the right, Sherwood Street (by Dunkin Donuts). When you reach Brewer Street cross over the road in to Lower James St and walk through Golden Square until you reach Beak Street. Turn right along Beak Street and Marshall Street is the first road on the left.