SeaPoint is the active diving in the province of Naples, in the field of tourism and diving education and training, with more than ten years of activity.
The centre's proposals range from courses to recreational diving, organized mainly around the territories of the archaeological park and the marine protected area of Baia, within whose waters SeaPoint and its instructors are accredited to guide in scuba diving, by the superintendence of cultural heritage of Naples and Caserta.
The structure is operational, again thanks to the collaboration with the superintendency, in different awareness and promotion campaigns of the archaeological park and directly takes care of some maintenance tasks of the same, organizing and participating in periodic cleaning campaigns of the seabed .
Also in relation to the area of activity, SeaPoint takes an active part in promoting the activities of visiting and enhancing the finds, making them accessible and usable to divers by organizing diving suitable for those who already own. different levels of certification, as for the less experienced who want to experience the thrill of "breathing underwater".
Whatever the level of preparation and experience of the diver, the park will surprise you with the richness of the seabed and the extraordinary characteristics of this unique site in the world.
The center uses a welcoming and perfectly equipped structure which, in addition to guaranteeing high safety standards, offers the possibility to divers and non-divers to obtain a series of specific services in the sector, such as the rental of the equipment necessary for their activities .
Sea Point Diving Center since 2009 also organizes guided snorkel or freediving tours.
The courses are held by 7 Divecons and 5 instructors, with great experience and rely on SSI teaching, for which, at the end of the educational path, you will be patented internationally.
The center is also specialized in teaching disabled people, part of the team is in fact qualified to take HSA courses to instruct and guide the disabled in diving.
Contact Sea Point Diving Center for more information!