Make 2018 the year to put some fun and adventure into your life!
Learning to scuba dive is your key to unlock the underwater world and have experiences that you only ever dreamed of!
What's involved in learning to dive?
Your learn to dive (PADI open water) course is conducted over two weekends.
The first weekend will focus on developing your diving knowledge and building your scuba diving skills in the pool so that you feel more comfortable during your open water dives.
The following weekend you will head down to the coast where you will enjoy four dives over the weekend.
The last dive of your course will be a boat dive where you will get to enjoy the amazing life that is available when diving from a boat - we want you to have the maximum learning so we include a boat dive on the learn to dive course.
Tuesday 2nd October - Orientation - 6:00 pm
Saturday 6th October - Dive knowledge development 9 - 3pm
Sunday 7th October - Time to go get wet - Pool dives 9 - 3pm
Friday 12th October - Drive to the coast for ocean dives on Saturday and Sunday
Saturday 13th October- Ocean Dives - Shore x 3
Sunday 14th October - Ocean Dives - Boat x 1.
Monday 15th October - 6:00pm - Celebration on completion of the course and your qualification as a PADI open water diver!!
This package includes:
Use of SCUBA equipment while on course
Pool entry and lane hire fees
Pool training dives
All air fills for duration of course
2 nights accommodation at the coast
3 shore dives and 1 boat dive
PADI training materials - yours to keep
PADI Certification - Certification Card and Wall Certificate.
Discounts off equipment purchases during your course.
What do you need to provide?
Personal dive equipment (mask, snorkel and boots)
Dive medical - if required
Bedding and pillows at the coast
Transport to and from the coast - we try to help arrange carpooling with other divers where required.