SeaStar WaterSports

SeaStar WaterSports

Aqaba, Jordan

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We are Aqaba's longest running PADI 5 Star IDC Centre. Our expreinced team always ready to show the best of what the Red Sea has to offer. Whether you are looking to try divign for the first time, take more experienced courses up to instructor level or just have a guided dive around one of our beautiful reefs, we promise it will be an experience you will never forget! 


Sea the Difference with Sea Star

Red Sea diving With out the Crowds! 

Practical information
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  • PADI OWD / AOWD / Rescue
  • PADI Divemaster
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  • 3
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  • Arabic
  • English
  • Czech
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  • OWC 330 JD AOW 245 JD
More information about SeaStar WaterSports

First aid kit = Yes x4
Oxygen = Yes x3
Decompression chamber Yes - less than 15 Km
Handicapped accessible = Yes
House reef = Yes x 3
Equipment rental = Yes
Nitrox rental = Yes
Rebreather rental = No
Computer rental = No
Camera rental = Yes
Photo processing = Yes (Digital photography only)
Video rental = No
Children diving = Yes
Charging station = Yes
Compressor = Hamworthy + Bauer

  • The Pinnacle

    The Pinnacle
  • Club Murjan Bar

    Club Murjan Bar
  • Pool Area

    Pool Area
  • MY SeaStar

    MY SeaStar
  • The Tank

    The Tank
  • Cedar Pride

    Cedar Pride

Reviews (1)

likestodive July 21st, 2013 - 19:45:
This is definitely the worst place where I have ever dived. First, I was assisting others in loading SCUBA gear and one of their instructors touched my backside in an inappropriate way (and he and I are both men, which makes it that much more creepy), so I told him to stay away from me and he only continued to stay close by, and then when I was in the water with my dive group, he undid the strap on the back of my SCUBA gear, causing my tank to drop. I told him again to stay away from me and he just smiled. I made a complaint to the owner, who told me that that instructor would remain with the dive center. Second, we went to a dive site in a van and several SCUBA tanks and other gear poured out of the back of the van onto the street, and the instructors just loaded those tanks back onto the van and everyone dived—no inspections to ensure that the tanks were safe for diving. Third, there was a boat dive where the air in the tanks was putrid, so the dive shop cleaned every tank; one of the instructors told me that SeaStar doesn’t clean its equipment as often as it should, and I saw that rather than buying new filters for the machinery, they just washed the current ones in soap and water (and even after washing them several times, they still were caked with filth). Fourth, the gear that this place uses is very dilapidated—the wet suits have rips in them, the scuba booties have holes in them, etc. I contrast, I just spent about two weeks diving with a Club Med facility in Egypt, and I thought that their staff was very professional, their facilities were outstanding, and the gear that they had for rent was quality. If you are planning a dive in this part of the world, I would avoid SeaStar due to its lack of respect for health and safety as well as its creepy instructors, and I would recommend almost any other dive centers.

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