Diving centre Pula was founded in 2006. The centre itself is located in Tehnomont marina Veruda in Pula. Rich underwater flora and fauna, as well as remains of sunken ships represent a challenge to divers for researching and photographing the underwater world. Scuba divers are offered opportunities to dive along the coast during both day and night, cave diving, deep-sea diving or wreck diving. With Branislav Danevski (3d* UDI Instructor, 2nd* CMAS underwater photography instructor, and HSA Course director) and Jagoda Danevski (UDI assistant instructor and HSA instructor) the centre really can give professional guidance of different diving activities to a wide circle of interested people. The centre offers not only discovery diving (a 1st time dive for non-divers) and recreational diving, but also diving courses for all category from Junior to Instructor. For special enthusiasts the centre provides courses of underwater photography.
It is important to mention that diving locations along the coast are located 5 to 20 minutes from the centre, and 30 to 60 minutes if it’s a ship wreck, where the depth usually doesn’t exceed 45 meters. The centre has two boats – one with an access that’s suitable for handicapped people. If needed, the centre can rent even bigger boats. With two Bauer compressors with joined capacity of 500 l per hour and a 50 000 l air tank, the centre has no problem servicing all of its customers with tank filling with air and nitrox. In addition, there are complete sets of diving equipment, and 10, 12 and 15 l air tanks. This centre understands the lower standards of some, so all of the prices are lower than the usual prices. It also has weekend and one-week programmes, at even lower prices than the above mentioned. The centre is also open to additional negotiations with instructors and clubs that plan on coming with numerous groups of divers.
The main policy of the centre is to work in smaller groups. That way, more safety and control can be provided. There is also better mutual communication and cooperation between group members which results in a more powerful impression left after diving. After acquiring a boat suited for handicapped people and finishing HSA courses, working with disabled people became one of the major activities of the centre – to improve the quality of life and health through diving and swimming programmes.We are proud to announce that Diving Pula is the only centre in all of Croatia with a licensed course director and instructor with active statuses in the HSA.