Scuba-Explorers  Join us for our next diving adventure!

Training

P.A.D.I. Scuba Classes

1) Open Water Diver Course – the beginner class that is necessary to become a certified diver.

2) PADI Scuba Diver Course – your lifetime certification.  You must have completed and passed the Open Water Diver Course within six months prior to certification.  If Leslie was not your primary instructor, you will need to provide your signed paperwork (referral form) from the previous instructor.

3)  Advanced Open Water – Been diving for a few years? Even seasoned diving veterans can benefit from adventure dives and specialty courses.  Learn new skills, log more dives, meet new friends, and gain more confidence as you try to gain important knowledge, with more comfort and confidence to explore and dive on your own

4)  Refresher – Has it been a while since your last dive?  Join us for a day!  Refresh your skills, test your scuba gear and get the most out of your next scuba vacation.

5)  Snorkeling – the best way to see beautiful fish and coral without going all the way under. You don’t even have to know how to swim.  This will allow you a small taste of scuba.  Learn how to clear your snorkel and how to move- for an incredible experience! 

Please see the “Trip” tab for Scuba Group Trips,  Private Trip Destinations,  Corporate Incentive Trips.

Receive top quality “PADI” instruction from a seasoned professional with 30+ years of ocean diving experience.  This experience may not be attained from a textbook.

  • Deanna Jefferson says:

    I would like to propose; Class-April 9/10, Cert-May 7/8?

  • admin says:

    Well Deanna your wish was granted…we had a blast with you!

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  • admin says:

    Thanks…ever so much!




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