PADI Twin-set Diver

Start your adventure into Tec diving with the Twin-set course



Twinset Diver borderThe PADI Twin-set Diver course gives you the opportunity to dive with 2 cylinders for extended dive times.

Diving with a twin-set (2 tanks banded together) has several benefits, if you want to explore this new route, and add an exceptional skill to your diving, learning how to use a twin-set safely is very important, taking the PADI Twinset specialty course is the best way to achieve this.

Using a twin-set can be the start of your journey into Technical diving, but don’t let the put you off if you are not interested in Tec diving, it has many benefits that have nothing to do with technical diving.

Having more available air is always a huge benefit, having that in a set up that allows you to have a redundancy is a huge safety step, the average twin-set has the ability to shut one of the tanks off should you need to.

The purpose of the PADI Twinset course is to familiarise yourself with the use of a twin-set, to take you through the advantages of using the twin-set, the components of the set and how to best utilise them for you, managing your gas usage, planning your dives safely with the use of a twin-set.

You don’t need to own your own twin-set of tanks to take the course, the equipment needed will be supplied, twin 12ltr manifold cylinders, wing system and regulators.


During your course you will:

  • Learn about the fundamentals of diving with the twin-set during a classroom overview session
  • Get time to practice using the set in the pool, running through the safety drills
  • Conduct two open water dives completing tasks throughout the dive.



PREREQUISITES: Minimum Age of 15; Advanced Open Water Diver Certification or equivalent*;
Recommended Certification as a PADI Rescue Diver.

*(The term equivalency is defined as proof of certification beyond entry level with a minimum of 20 logged dives documenting experience in the following areas: Deep and Navigation.)

COURSE CONTENTS: Knowledge Development; Confined water dives; Open water dives


RECOMMENDED TEXTS: Encyclopedia of Recreational Diving




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