Recreational Scuba Diving Courses

Recreational scuba diving can be described as diving only to prescribed depths of no more than 130 feet, eliminating the need for a decompression. Compressed air is used.

Every diver will need to go through an Open Water course to start their diving career. From there you can further your curiosity and skills with Technical Diving, Public Safety Diving and specialties like cave diving, dry suit diving etc.

Once you have your Open Water Certification, you’re able to dive anywhere in the world without needing to be re-certified ever again!

Check out our offered courses below; if you are interested in joining one of our classes, but do not see the next available date to the right, please contact us and let us know which you would like to participate in.

Classes Offered
Discover Scuba
SDI Open Water
Advanced Adventure Diver
PADI Divemaster
SDI Assistant Instructor
SDI Emergency First Response
SDI Instructor
SDI Rescue Diving
SDI Solo Diver
SDI TDI Divemaster

Specialty Classes Offered
Deep Diver
Dry Suit Diver
Emergency First Response
Equipment Specialist
Full Face Mask Diver
Ice Diver
Night-Limited Visibility Diver
SDI Wreck Diving Course
Search & Recovery Diver
Solo Diver Course
Underwater Navigation

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