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Courses

Recreational Diver

Scuba Diver (Open Water) This is where it all starts. Our entry-level scuba certification course teaches you the fundamental knowledge and skills to safely scuba dive in open water to a depth of 60'. Find Out More

Advanced Scuba Diver This class expands your basic knowledge and takes you down to a depth of 100' or 130' depending on agency. You also learn more about navigation and you learn different kinds of specialized diving. Find Out More

Rescue Diver This class goes into learning how to manage risks and effectively handle limited in-water problems and diving emergencies, how to assist and transport divers, and how to perform surface rescues from depth involving both boat and shore-based skin and scuba divers. Find Out More

Master Scuba Diver Through NAUI, this is the equivalent of Divemaster but without the liability of a dive professional. Find Out More

Specialty Diver

Deep Diver our course will also include teachings on the purpose, problems, hazards, planning, preparation, equipment, air supplies, personnel, techniques, gas management, emergency procedures, and depth limits for recreational diving. Deep diving is defined as dives made between 60 feet and 130 feet. Find Out More

Dry Suit This course will give you the basic knowledge and skills needed to minimize risks and gain experience in dry suit diving, as well as train you to properly use and maintain your dry suit. Find Out More

Nitrox (Enriched Air) You will learn how to choose the proper blend of Nitrox for your dive profile, determine maximum depth limits for your Nitrox mixture, analyze your breathing mixture, and plan and safely execute each dive. Your instructor will teach you about the physiology of oxygen and nitrogen; advantages, disadvantages, and risks o... Find Out More

Night Diver Learn about night dive planning, equipment, and navigation. Plus, see a whole new cast of critters that comes out at night. Find Out More

Search and Recovery Diver In your Search and Recovery course, you’ll learn about underwater navigation using natural and compass techniques; the problems, methods, equipment, hazards, and safety procedures regarding limited visibility diving; proper methods and techniques; and how to handle light salvage or recovery, including rigging and... Find Out More

Underwater Photography In the Underwater Photographer course you will be taught the skills, techniques, and tricks of underwater photography, including lighting, use of photographic equipment, the fundamentals of photography, underwater camera techniques, and underwater photo problems. Find Out More

Underwater Navigation Underwater navigation can be challenging, but in the PADI Underwater Navigator Specialty course, you master the challenge. You learn the tools of the trade, including navigation via natural clues and by compass. Find Out More

Wreck Diver The Wreck Diver course will teach you about safety; hazards and cautions; special risks of overhead environments; entanglement; limited visibility; deep diving; equipment; location of wrecks; sources of information; search methods; underwater navigation; legal aspects; artifacts; treasure; salvage; archaeology; and muc... Find Out More

Professional Classes

Divemaster This is the first step on the professional side of scuba diving. During the Divemaster program, you learn dive leadership skills through both classroom and independent study. You complete water skills and stamina exercises, as well as training exercises that stretch your ability to organize and solve problems as well a... Find Out More

Assistant Instructor This course is the next step in becoming a scuba instructor. You will build on your knowledge by teaching and working with students. Find Out More

Scuba Instructor This course will allow you to teach people to go scuba diving! Find Out More

Instructor Trainer This course will allow you to teach people to become instructors Find Out More

Techinical Classes

Cavern Diving “Cavern diving” is defined as diving that takes place within sight of a natural light source (the sun) and within 200 linear feet of an open water surface. The Cavern Diver course is an entry-level program to the overhead environment. It is a comprehensive three-day program designed to develop the minimum s... Find Out More

Intro to Cave “Cave diving” is any dive taking place beyond natural light or beyond 200 linear feet from the open water surface. Find Out More

Cave Diver Cave diving allows you to expand your knowledge learned in the Intro to Cave class, into the darkness that is the cave zone. Many people are not trained or experienced enough to venture into the caves properly. This means that as a qualified cave diver, you can get to see many things that only a few others have seen. T... Find Out More

Advanced Recreational Nitrox The Advanced Nitrox Diver course is an introduction to technical diving. Covering twinsets, states, and an introduction to decompression diving and using high oxygen decompression mixes. Advanced Nitrox allows you to increase the dive time you have by running past the no decompression limit. You will be trained to use ... Find Out More

Advanced Recreational Trimix This program is designed to extend the diver’s knowledge in the use of EANx for sport diving. It further develops diving skills and provides a greater understanding of the EANx concept of diving. It is also intended to supplement the skills of Recreational Trimix Divers. The program employs EANx mixes from 21% ox... Find Out More

Trimix This program is designed for those individuals already involved in deep diving activities, but is not intended to be used as an enticement to divers who are content to remain in Sport or EANx diving limits. Find Out More

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