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Discover Scuba
Enroll in this class if you're a little apprehensive and would like to try scuba before you take the full certification course.

Open Water Course

This is the course you need to take if you would like to become a certified scuba diver.

Adventure Dive

As a certified diver you can do the first dive of any PADI specialty course.

Adventure Diver Course

After completing 3 Adventure Dives, you will receive the PADI Adventure Diver certification.

Advanced Open Water

After doing 5 Adventure Dives, including Deep Diver and Navigation, you will receive this certification.

Rescue Diver

This course emphasizes self rescue and the rescue of other divers.

Specialty Courses

Courses specializing in a specific activity while diving such as Underwater Photography.

Recreational Sidemount
This course teaches you how to use two tanks mounted at you side.

Tec Sidemount
This course teaches you to use two tanks mounted to you side and use stage tanks for deep diving.

Tec 40/45/50
If you'd like to go deeper than the recreational limits Tec 40 or 45 or 50 is for you.

Master Diver
You will receive this certification when you complete 5 specialty courses and Rescue Diver.

Scuba Review
Take this course if you have not been diving for a while and need to brush up on your skills.

Dive Master

This is the beginning of your professional diving career. You will be able to assist PADI Instructors and lead divers on dives.

Assistant Instructor

This rating allows you more responsibilities, that the Dive Master rating, when working with student divers.

PADI Courses offered On-Line

Select PADI courses can be taken on-line.