Why not look after the educational and practical portion of learning to Scuba Dive at home! Then go on vacation, take 4 Open Water test dives then congratulations your an Open Water Scuba Diver! Spend the rest of your vacation Diving!
You can go on vacation. Spend most of your time in a class room watching videos, writing tests, listening to someone who's' first language may not be english, learn your skills in a pool looking at the ocean. Then spend your last few days finally taking the open water portion and go home,
This is the perfect class if you are thinking of going on holidays and want to dive. You don’t want to waste valuable holiday time sitting in a classroom listening to someone prattle on, watching videos, doing paperwork and pool sessions that you can do at home? Do you? Then the “Open Water Referral” course is for you. Show up at your destination ready to DIVE!
Be sure to answer with a YES or NO. If you have a YES answer you must take this form to your Doctor to sign. This must happen BEFORE I can let you in the pool.
Please send them to me with your photo. Height, weight and shoe size.
Please see refund policy-12 months to complete
Upon completion of The Open Water course a diver will be able to dive with the following limitations:
For your comfort we do not supply personal equipment. I recommend purchasing:
A selection of good quality of gear is available through Aqua-Nuts Diving. Special student pricing available. Please ask!
Your Open Water Training will be somewhere else!
Before you leave on holidays find a PADI dive shop, most likely at your resort! PADI is the largest scuba training organization in the world. It IS “The way the World Learns to Dive!” if you have trouble ask Denise, she will help.
If you are traveling with Denise, just leave it all to her.
No matter who your Instructor is, you will start with a nice fun dive! Just to help you get your “sea legs” and to try out what we learned in the confined water portion. Then for the remaining dives you will get to”show off” what you learned in the pool! No big deal, just a lot of fun! Then Congratulations you are a Scuba Diver!