Would You Or Someone You Know Like To Discover The Thrill Of Scuba Diving?
Often someone will shy-away from scuba diving because they think it’s difficult to do or it requires great athletic abilities. This is simply not true. In fact we find that once you try it, you’ll be hooked! This is why we offer a "Try Scuba" class.
This 1-hour class will do 2 things for the student: 1. We will explain some of the basics of scuba diving and put to rest any fears you might have. 2. You will get in the pool with scuba equipment and see for yourself just how easy it is.
In no time you'll will be enjoying the underwater world. Our Instructor will have you swimming around the pool, passing around a torpedo and even trying some of the scuba skills we teach in the Open Water course.
The Try Scuba class is open to participants ages 10 and up and the fee is only $40.00. A swimsuit and towel is all you'll need, we'll supply everything else. If within 7 days of participating in this class you sign up for our Open Water course, $20.00 of the Try Scuba fee will be applied to the Open Water course fee.
We have Try Scuba classes available every weekend or on most weeknights, please call to register. We can set up Try Scuba for groups such as Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, birthday parties, etc. Please call at least 2 week in advance for groups.
If you answer yes to any of the following questions you will need to obtain a medical release from your doctor. The Medical Release will be included in the documents we send to you when you register for the class
1. Are you currently being treated or under the care of a medical professional for a medical, mental or physical condition?
2. Do you take prescription medication(s) (not including birth control)?
Do you currently have or have you been treated within the last two years for any of the following:
3. A heart, circulatory, blood, blood pressure, or bleeding abnormality?
4. A stroke, seizure, head injury, loss of consciousness, behavioral, or neurological condition?
5. An ear, sinus, mouth, throat, or lung disorder – including asthma?
6. Diabetes, severe allergies, obesity, stomach or intestinal disorders?
7. Musculoskeletal, stamina, strength, or mobility disorders that affects your ability to swim?