We Were New Divers Once Too!

We wanted to learn to dive, but we didn’t have sufficient knowledge to evaluate our instructors. Should you base your decision on Google Reviews? Prices?

Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. We can’t make you taller, or better looking (though, scuba masks are fetching) but we can make you into someone who knows how to dive safely and well – and you’ll look good doing it, so maybe a little better looking?

If you wanted to learn to fly, and you showed up for class and saw that you’d be learning to fly something like this

you might start to question your decision. It’s the same for dive training.

Dive Training

There are two ways to learn scuba. The old way (and the one you’ll find at other shops) is teaching you to breathe underwater. Learning to breathe underwater is something divers need to know how to do, but there’s so much more that you miss out on, and you learn a bunch of bad habits in the process.

You don’t have to take our word on that, take a look here at what one of the most prolific trainers in the scuba industry has to say.

The new way of teaching concentrates on making you look and dive like a good diver from the moment you get in the pool. We promise that from your first day in the pool, you won’t look like this:

Our open water students are often mistaken for advanced students during their training dives!

What the Course Covers

PADI Open Water Diver and SDI Open Water Scuba Diver training covers all of the necessary skills and knowledge for open water scuba diving, including:

  • The aquatic environment: vision, light, sound, heat loss, tides, currents, waves, surge, etc.
  • Physics and physiology: buoyancy, pressure, air spaces, breathing compressed air, mixed gases, etc.
  • Dive equipment selection, assembly, use and maintenance
  • Dive planning
  • Basic scuba skills including mask and regulator skills, swimming underwater, buoyancy control, basic rescue techniques, and emergency procedures
  • And much more!


Upon successful completion of the course, graduates may:

  • Conduct open water dives in conditions similar to their training
  • Continue their dive education by enrolling in Advanced Diver and Specialty courses

Course prerequisites:

  • Minimum age 12
  • Able to Swim 200 meters
  • Able to float/tread water for 10 minutes

Open Water Scuba Diver minimum requirements:

  • Demonstrate mature and sound judgment in dive planning and execution
  • Satisfactorily complete online learning
  • Complete all open water requirements safely and efficiently

To get started, simply click the link below and go to your secure checkout. We will send you an email ASAP and get you started on your course!

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