Chloe Blue is now running all PADI Courses and Conservation programmes at JA The Resort. JA The Resort has all the facilities and environmental attractions to make this the perfect spot to begin scuba diving.
As a guest of Chloe Blue Diving Club, you'll be able to use the 5* facilities whilst you're doing your training. Beginner divers will start their training in the confined swimming pool to make them feel at ease. An advantage of the JA The Resort swimming pool is the different depths. At the start of your session, we'll start at the shallow end of the pool and by the end, you'll be going to a deeper depth of 3.5m.
Less than half a kilometre from shore, we've found three artificial reefs. The sunken reefs include concrete blocks, terracotta pots and a catamaran wreck. During these dives, you can expect to see yellow bar angelfish, snappers, groupers, sweetlips, goatfish, goby fish and more! The reefs are near each other and around 3-5 meters in depth - excellent for all dive levels.
JA The Resort is ‘Dubai’s Most Sustainable 5 Star Resort’, and this was a major attraction for the diving club. The resort situates next to The Jebel Ali Wildlife Sanctuary. A refuge for endangered species including; hawksbill turtles, green turtles, and eagle rays to seek shelter, food and breed. You'll often spot these endangered species near JA Resort.
Chloe Blue Diving Club will soon be conducting the PADI AWARE Seagrass Specialty. Seagrass might not be the most attractive for tourists, but it does have plenty of benefits. Seagrass beds are diverse and productive ecosystems and can support hundreds of associated species – from juvenile and adult fish to algae, molluscs and seahorses. Seagrass also aid against soil erosion, producing oxygen, sequestering carbon and improving water quality. Check out our conservation programmes here.
Chloe Blue was established in August 2020 and is now running its third year. Chloe Blue commits to teaching responsible scuba diving practices and marine conservation. Chloe Blue has an affiliation with Azraq, a marine conservation NGO. We will be collaborating on projects to help protect our oceans.