This is an option for someone who wants to give diving a try without committing to the full course just yet. Try dives are first conducted in a pool and if specific skills are practiced we can then jump into a real dive site and get a tour side by side with your instructor!
The explorer 30 course is the next core level after open water 20. the explorer course consists of 5 training dives that will expand your understanding of several diving topics. Dives include further training in navigation, depth and buoyancy control as well as your choice of two specialty teasers such as drysuit, night dive, Sidemount and more! After completing the course you will be qualified to an increased depth of 100 feet.
The Advanced 35 is the third level of core classes. In this course you will hone your navigation skills, master advanced finning techniques, learn to use redundant air and dive below 100 foot depth. You will also get your choice of two additional experience dives which are a perfect opportunities to try something that has intrigued you while picking the brain of your instructor.
This is the highest level of core class before switching to professional. In this class we hone skills master navigation, and spend time learning self rescue as well as how to rescue other divers in a variety of circumstances.
Whether you plan to start the path toward cave diving or want to experience the bliss of comfort and flexibility in every dive environment, Sidemount is for you. This is the art of moving the tank from your back to directly along your sides. Allowing for more breathing gas, redundancy in the case of equipment failure, access to tank valves and so much more! this class can be done with one pool session and a day of open water diving.
This course is for anyone who wants to increase gas supply while adding redundancy to the rig. Twinset diving is the tried and true foundational setup for technical diving in deep or overhead environments.
Nitrox is a blend of breathing gas with increased oxygen and decreased nitrogen. Breathing this mix can significantly increase time limits at depth and is a valuable option for any diver looking to get the most from their diving. This class is primarily theory to understand what you are using, but lets be real, we all want to dive so a free dive is included!
When divers think of drysuit they think cold water. It is true that drysuits allow you to dive in even the coldest of waters with complete comfort, but there are many more benefits of drysuits including redundant buoyancy, easy on the fly trim adjustments, easier to dress at the dive site, etc. This course is designed to teach you the nuances that will make your drysuit experience safe and enjoyable.
This course will introduce you to the Wonderfull world of cold and ice. With the proper equipment and procedures you can comfortably and safely explore the waters under the ice, effectively extending your dive season as well as giving you the chance see dive sites in a new level of visibility since many murky summer dives become crystal clear during the cold winter.
This course is specifically about the intricacies of diving to the maximum recreation limit of 130 feet (40 meters). For the in water session you will use redundant air, see the effects of nitrogen narcosis, and perform mock decompression stops.
Do you want to take your diving to the next level and become a professional? Divemaster is the first level that qualifies you to guide new divers and help teach classes. You wi ll learn how to manage groups and perfect your skills demonstrations.
If you want to share your love of scuba with the next generation of divers then this is for you. As an instructor you will teach classes, guide trips and share the underwater world to your hearts content!