Recreational Training

Discover Scuba Diving Have you always wondered what it’s like to breathe and feel weightlessness while swimming underwater? If you want to try scuba diving, but aren’t sure that you’re ready to take the steps towards becoming a certified diver, PADI Discover Scuba Diving is a great way to find out whether or not scuba is f... Find Out More

Open Water Diving Course The open water course consist of three pillars; three academic sessions, two/three pool sessions, and four open water dives. The academic sessions are completed at the dive shop. When registering you will be given a book, dive log, and recreational dive planner table. Prior to the first class, you will need to complete... Find Out More

Advanced Open Water Diver This course is the next step in your continued dive education. If you would like to improve your dive skills, learn more about different dive environments and specialty diving techniques, and become a more self reliant and independent diver, this course is for you. Find Out More

Rescue Diver This course is strongly recommended for anyone who frequently dives with a buddy and no instructor/divemaster supervision, as well as anyone who just wishes to have a little extra security and know that they are prepared for any emergencies that may come up. This course is serious, but divers often say it is also the m... Find Out More

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Specialty Classes

Diver Propulsion Vehicle If scuba diving is like taking a scenic stroll around a park, a Diver Propulsion Vehicle (DPV) is like exploring a neighborhood on an (electric) bicycle.  DPVs, also called underwater scooters, allow you to see more, conserve air and get from one place to another faster - with a huge smile on your face. Find Out More

Dry Suit Drysuit Diver Unlike wetsuits, drysuits are filled with air. During your drysuit course, your instructor will teach you how to control the air in your drysuit along with your buoyancy. You'll also learn about different types of drysuits, basic drysuit repairs and maintenance. Course is free with the Purcha... Find Out More

Full Face Mask Full Face Mask Working divers, such as public safety divers, use full face masks because they protect the eyes and nose from contaminants in the water, provide comfort in cold water, and allow for communication. If you're interested public safety diving, scientific diving, or venturing into extremely cold-water,... Find Out More

Deep Diving Deep Diver During the PADI® Deep Diver course, you'll learn how to plan deep dives, manage your gas supply and how to identify and manage narcosis. You'll learn about buddy contact procedures, safety considerations and buoyancy control at depth. Fees do not include boat fees if applicable.  ... Find Out More

Wreck Diver Wreck Diver Whether purpose-sunk as an artificial reef for scuba divers, or lost as the result of an accident, wrecks are fascinating windows to the past. Ships, airplanes and even cars are fascinating to explore and usually teem with aquatic life. Each wreck dive offers a chance for discovery, potentially unlocking... Find Out More

Enriched Air Diver Enriched air, also known as nitrox or EANx, contains less nitrogen than regular air. Breathing less nitrogen means you can enjoy longer dives and shorter surface intervals. No wonder Enriched Air Diver is the most popular PADI® specialty.   Find Out More

Emergency Oxygen Provider Knowing how and when to administer emergency oxygen is a valuable skill to have in a dive emergency. PADI® Emergency Oxygen Provider prepares you to offer aid and teaches you to recognize scuba diving injuries and illnesses requiring emergency oxygen. This is an excellent course for scuba divers, boat crew, life... Find Out More

Boat Diver If you’re new to boat diving or want to learn more about diving from different types of boats, enroll in the PADI® Boat Diver course.  During two dives with an instructor you’ll learn nautical terminology, boat diving etiquette and may practice using lines and/or deploy a surface marker buoy (SM... Find Out More

Night Diver Practice underwater navigation at night and learn how to find entry and exit points in the dark. Your instructor will share night diving tips, teach you how to stay in contact with your buddy, and avoid disorientation. Find Out More

Professional Courses Dive Theory will dramatically expand your understanding of dive physics, physiology, equipment, decompression theory and dive planning. Find Out More

Peak Performance Buoyancy Excellent buoyancy control is what defines skilled scuba divers. You've seen them underwater. They glide effortlessly, use less air and ascend, descend or hover almost as if by thought. They more easily observe aquatic life without disturbing their surroundings. You can achieve this, too. The PADI Peak Performance ... Find Out More

Equipment Specialist Equipment Specialist This course is intended to familiarize divers with the operation and maintenance of equipment. It is not an equipment repair course. Training relative to the repairing and overhauling of equipment, except for very minor servicing, is not to be part of the curriculum. Find Out More

Drift Diver Diving in a current can feel like flying underwater. In the PADI® Drift Diver course, you’ll learn drift diving tips from an experienced instructor and practice buoyancy control, navigation, use of surface signaling equipment and buddy communication. Find Out More