LSD Scuba is a company created to provide scuba diving consultancy services to organisations and individuals worldwide. The Company is currently affiliated to, and working with, London School of Diving in the United Kingdom, and Dive Saint Lucia in the Caribbean.
London School of Diving and Dive Saint Lucia are certified by the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (“PADI”). PADI is the world’s largest scuba diving training agency and has been operating for over 40 years. Further information about PADI can be found at www.PADI.com.
London School of Diving is one of the UK’s largest and most respected scuba diving schools and has been operating from its base in West London for over 15 years. London School of Diving regularly receives accolades from its customers, PADI and UK local government councils. Further information about London School of Diving can be found at www.londonschoolofdiving.co.uk. London School of Diving is a 5* Career Development Centre. This PADI Career Development Center (CDC) classification is awarded annually to PADI Five Star Instructor Development Centers and Five Star Instructor Development Dive Resorts that dedicate their businesses to professional development beyond regular scuba instructor training and meet the highest requirements for training PADI scuba diving leaders. PADI CDCs offer career-oriented training to prepare scuba diving professionals for employment in the dive industry, as well as job placement assistance for program graduates.
It is with great sadness that we have to inform you that Dive Saint Lucia is going out of business with immediate effect.
We had to undergo to many changes over the last years and reached a point now where it is unbearable to operate our businesses.
We are extremely grateful for all the support and business we received over the past 4 years. Great memories where made and many great people we met. A great shout out to our Staff, it was an honor to work with you all.
We hope diving keeps growing in St. Lucia and you keep promoting it.
Diving has more potential in St. Lucia and it is still stunning. This is one reason to make sure we all protect our environment, protect the beauty and make sure all our visitors keep having a reason to come here. Without beautiful reefs the Caribbean won't have the same appeal anymore.
We wish you all the best and hope to see you soon somewhere on Island.
Best regards and all the best from the former DSL Team ...