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Your life is about to change.
This is an exciting time, let's get our ducks in a row :)
You have chosen the best way to become a certified scuba diver. Private
instruction allows you to go at your pace, and be sure
all of the skills are learned and learned well. It also reduces stress and makes
learning more fun and productive.
You are learning to dive in the most beautiful dive spot in
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What you need
Purchase Mask Fins and
Snorkel (That can be done here, you will get a 10% discount at Underseas a
local dive shop we work with. Your instructor can go with you to help insure
proper fit and advise on best choices)
It is a good idea to have your own wet suit, but you can
rent one here as well.
Your bookwork can be done here or before you arrive. PADI
offers E-learning, which is a little more costly for you but is a very good
choice. The second option is to get the books before arriving or have the
chapters done before you arrive. You can also wait until you arrive and do
the bookwork here. Please call or email us with any questions regarding
Complete chapter reviews and take test if not done
Confined water dives 1,2 and 3. Will be conducted in our
heated pool. Going over the simple skills, assembling and disassemble your
gear, learning buoyancy, mask removal , etc.
Confined water dives 4 and 5. Learn to remove and replace
gear, remove and replace regulator underwater, buddy breathe, controlled
emergency swimming assent, etc.
Open water dives 1 and 2 in the lagoon. Put on equipment,
enter water, get used to scuba diving. Buoyancy, cramp removal, snorkel and
regulator exchange, mask flood and clear, regulator recovery and clearing,
alt air source, etc.
Open water dives 3 and 4. Performed at Looe Key or
inshore reef, weather permitting. Can be conducted in the lagoon in
the unlikely event the weather prohibits diving the reefs. Equipment prep,
pre dive safety check, buoyancy check, 50 yard straight line swim with
compass, free decent to 20-30 feet, mask flood and clear, assent, buddy
breathing, remove and replace weight at surface, remove and replace scuba
unit at surface. Dive 4 skills review, compass navigation, underwater
exploration (fun dive!) etc.
You will then be a PADI Certified Open Water Scuba Diver
and be able to dive anywhere in the world!
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*weather permitting. If weather does not allow a trip
to reef, we can still finish your Open Water Certification at our training