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10 years of age or older, tread deep water for 10 minutes unassisted, continuously swim 200 meters or snorkel 300 meters, SCUBA quallity mask, open-heel fins, boots, and snorkel

Basic Open Water SCUBA Certification Class


The first step to qualify as a certified SCUBA diver able to dive without supervision to 60ft.  

Course consists of classroom education and practical application in a pool environment. What will you learn?

Physical Requirements:  While diving is not commonly regarded as strenuous exercise, the affects on your body are significant and your safety is our number one priority.

All students will be required to:

  1. Tread or float in deep water for 10 minutes.
  2. Complete EITHER a 200 yard swim, any stroke -OR- a 300 yard snorkel. Either must be done WITHOUT stopping or assistance. Both have no time limit.

If you are under a physician's care for an illness or taking and medications on a daily basis (excluding birth control) a medical release must be completed by your physician prior to ANY WATER ACTIVITY.

Gear Requirements:  All students MUST have their own SCUBA QUALITY mask, snorkel, fins and boots (if required by fin style).
Please note that:

  • Fins and masks purchased at sporting good stores are commonly NOT designed for SCUBA and will not be permitted for use.
  • You should anticipate $200 to $450 for these items based on personal preferences and selections.

We will provide you with the following during the pool portion of your course:

  • Buoyancy Control Device
  • 1st and 2nd Stage Regulator and an Alternate Air Source
  • Submersible Pressure Gauge
  • SCUBA Tank
  • Lead Weight and Weight Belt

Course fees include required text books.

There are THREE PARTS to earning an entry level SCUBA Certification:

  1. Academics with a final exam requiring a score of 75% or higher.
  2. A series of pool sessions to learn and correctly demonstrate necessary SCUBA skills.
  3. FOUR practical application dives completed in OPEN WATER (not a pool) over a period of TWO days.  These can be completed in these ways:
    1. Public Local: Join fellow students during one of our publicly scheduled Quarry Certification Weekends held May thru September.
    2. Private Local: Complete your required dives with one of our instructors, privately, at a local quarry on your schedule.
    3. Destination Certification: Join us for any of our dive trips, complete your certification while enjoying a dive vacation curated and lead by our best.  Instructor fees waived.
    4. Referral: Already have a trip booked? Let us know your destination and we will provide you with the paperwork needed by any dive shop in the world as well as help you locate one we trust. 

We have classes starting on:

FULL   March 4th: 4 week course. Class will meet on the Sunday 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th, 11am-5:30pm. Each session will include academic and pool skills.

March 31st: 4 week course. Class will meet on Saturday 31st, April 7th, 14th, 21st, 9am-1pm for aceademics; Sunday 8th, 15th, 22nd, 12:30pm-5:30 for pool skills.

May 6th: 3 week course. Class will meet on Sunday 6th 11am-2pm, Saturday 12th 9-2 for academics and Sunday 6th 3-5:30, and Sunday 20th 12-5:30pm for pool skills.

June 5th: 4 week course. Class will meet on Tuesdays 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th 6-9:30pm for academics and Sundays 10th, 17th, 24th noon-5pm for pool skills.

July 11th: 4 week course. Class will meet on Wednesdays 11th, 18th, 25th and August 1st 6-9:30pm for academics and Sundays 15th, 22nd, 29th 12:30-6 for pool skills.

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