Not worth the money! We spent about an hour in the morning talking about safety then sat around for an hour and a half 'lunch break' waiting to go out. We then had a very short time in the afternoon in which to get used to breathing, clearing masks etc before our first dive. Although I got used to breathing underwater very quickly, I struggled to get to grips with some of the other techniques. Instead of being patient, breaking it down and teaching it step by step (and reassuring me), the instructor was getting visibly annoyed and frustrated, leading to me loosing confidence. He then stated that they'd run out of time and I couldn't dive, leaving me on the boat when the others went out. Having spoken to other people, I'd reccomend to look around and find a diving school that teaches fewer people at a time and spends more time teaching you the skills you need so you're actually able to dive!