A fun introduction to the world of Scuba to see if you like it! Learn to Breathe Underwater! To participate you must be in good physical health and 10 years or older. We cover safety rules and the basic skills of Scuba diving in a shallow confined water setting.
After completing these basic water and safety skills, we encourage you to experience the feeling of movement in the underwater world.
Want to dive warm and dry? Then dry suit diving is for you. This course teaches you the basic techniques required to dive with a dry suit. This orientation is strongly recommended if you are interested in the Habbakuk Dive.
This course requires some minimum requirements in order to take part in it. You must have the Open Water certification and 5 minimum logged dives. This course is approximately 1.5 hours in duration.
This course allows you to try many of the PADI speciality activities such as deep diving, night diving, wreck diving and many more.
It consists of 5 Adventure dives; two mandatory dives which are Deep Diving and Underwater Navigation and the remaining 3 dives you can choose from the list of PADI specialties offered by your instructor. This course requires some prerequisites to be completed before taking part in this course. You must have completed the Open Water Certification and have had a minimum of 5 dives. All together this course is approximately 16 hours.
Get into the Underwater Experience. Start here and get your Scuba Open Water Certification then dive anywhere in the world. This course teaches you principles of Scuba diving, basic Scuba skills, and gives you a chance to explore.
Time is spent between classroom, theory, pool training sessions and four open water dives. You will also learn how to use Scuba gear and other standard equipment.
Experience history as you view the skeletal remains of a top secret World War II mission, code named Project Habbakuk. Your knowledgeable guide will take you on a journey, telling the story of the project itself and diving to its final resting place.
This dive requires the diver to have some minimum requirments to ensure safety. The diver must have their Open Water Certification and 15 logged dives.
This course teaches the diver to look beyond themselves and consider the safety of other divers. You will learn how to assess and recognize emergency dive situations under and above the water, self-rescue, rescue of other divers.
Although demanding, this is an extremely rewarding class and many divers consider this the best course they have ever taken. This course requires a pre requisite of First Aid & CPR/ Advanced as well as Open Water certification. This course is approximately 20 hours.