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Try Scuba courses are experiences that allow you and your loved ones to see what it is like to breathe underwater -- without making the commitment to a full certification. These courses are a great way to see if diving is right for you, and also a fun way to spend an evening. These make great gifts and surprises for kids!


The Open Water certification is the entry level SCUBA course. This class will teach you the basics of how to set up and use SCUBA equipment, how to communicate with your dive buddies underwater, and basic safety procedures. Once completed, this course certifies you to dive to a max depth of 60ft with another certified buddy.


If you are already certified, but haven't been diving in a while - this is the class for you. In this 2 hour course, our instructor will reintroduce you to all of the concepts covered in an Open Water class. You will leave this course feeling confident about going into your next diving excursion!


Already Open Water certified, and want to further your diving education & abilities? Taking continuing education courses will increase the limits of your training (and in some cases allow you to go deeper). All of our specialty courses can be found here.


Technical diving is any type of diving that is outside of recreational limits. This may include going deeper (recreational depth limit is 130ft), entering an overhead environment, or using specialized equipment such as a rebreather.


Freediving is about inward power, discipline and control. If you've always wanted to enter the underwater world quietly, on your own terms, staying as long as your breath allows, then freediving is for you!


Being a dive professional is an extremely rewarding career path. You get to see and aid in the development of new divers, or experienced divers learning new things. If you are passionate about diving, and want to share that passion with others, being a dive professional will put you in that position.


Public Safety Divers encounter a wide range of conditions that are less than ideal (cold water, black water, strong currents, etc.). Through the incorporation of special equipment and techniques, Public Safety courses can help prepare individuals and dive teams for whatever environment they are faced with during their dives.


Are you a member of our staff? Book the weekends you plan to help out at the quarry here.
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