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Information About Types of SCUBA and Snorkeling Certifications
Snorkeling / Surface Supplied Snorkeling Experience
Surface Supplied Snorkeling is the newest addition to the snorkeling family that allows for breathing at the surface without the snorkel and makes one feel comfortable breathing from a regulator.
Discover SCUBA / Bubblemaker Experience
Give breathing underwater a try for the first time!!!
SCUBA Diving Experience
A PADI SCUBA Diver certification will be one of the most rewarding experiences you will ever accomplish. The class will consist of three pool/class sessions followed by a day of open water diving completing your certification with a 2-tank dive. This all-inclusive Certification will allow you to dive anywhere in the world with a Divemaster or higher to 40 feet and can be upgraded if you wish. Don't let excuses deny you this "Why did I wait so long" chance pass you or your family by! Ages 10 and up, under 18 need a parent release. The perfect course for those who don't have time or just want to dive once or twice a year in a Caribbean destination.
Open Water Diver or SCUBA Diver UpGrade
PADI Open Water SCUBA adventure with is the most popular diving course in the world. Dive Today with 5 pool/class sessions followed by two separate days of 2-tank dives at Lake Mead. You will be able to dive anywhere in the world to a depth limit of 60 feet with your buddy. Ages 10 and up, under 18 need a parent release.
Here is your chance to sample some of diving's most popular specialties and expand your diving skills. The program's focus is to allow you to continue learning and getting comfortable with the new skills you have just acquired in the presence of an Instructor to help you pick up the ins and outs of those you have two core dives are underwater navigation and deep diving. Additional elective dives might include boat diving, drift diving, multilevel diving, underwater photography, wreck diving, night diving or other specialty activities.
The Adventure Diver Certification requires three dives and can count towards the Advanced Diver Certification.
The same as the adventure diver program but add two more dives which have to include deep and under water navigation.
Focus on the underwater activities that interest you the most. Specialty certification exposes you to exciting new skills and environments. Boat Diver, Cavern Diver, Deep Diver, Enriched Air Diver, Equipment Specialist, Emergency Equipment Repair, Night Diver, Search and Recovery, Underwater Photographer and Wreck Diver are just a few. Most courses can be completed in a weekend, with emphasis on hands on learning
Medic First Aid
For both divers and non-divers, this revolutionary course teaches CPR and first aid, important prerequisites for Rescue Diver certification.
PADI Master Scuba Diver
When you complete the PADI Adventure Diver, Rescue Diver and any five PADI specialty courses, you are eligible to earn a PADI Master Scuba Diver rating. This prestigious rating is the highest nonprofessional credential in recreational diving.
PADI Rescue Diver
The PADI Rescue Diver course brings your skill level full circle. The key to a better diver is experience. At the very least every diver should consider the Rescue Course to properly prepare you for all the potential things that a diver can become involved in which you will be trained to recognize.
If your love of diving interests you in a full or part-time dive career, this is your 1st step on the professional path. Divemaster training develops your diving leadership abilities by expanding your knowledge to a professional level, and by training you to supervise activities and assist with divers in training.
PADI Assistant Instructor
Valuable preparation for PADI Instructor training, the Assistant Instructor course provides hands on teaching experience
If you have made it this far, the answer is, congratulations and get ready for the real responsibility and fun. A PADI Instructor will open up a whole new underwater world of opportunities. It's hard work, but the rewards are worth it when you teach your first student and see the look on their face when they take their first underwater breath.