Becoming an SSI Open Water Diver is the best way to start your scuba adventure due to worldwide recognition! With personalized training and taking enough time, we make sure you are truly comfortable under water with the skills and equipment you will use. In general, an Open Water Diver course consists of 3 parts: Academics, Pool Training and Open Water Sessions.
Looking for a new Adventure? Try Scuba Diving! It’s your opportunity to discover the magical world of colorful fish and living reefs in crystal clear blue and warm water – Scuba Diving! There’s nothing like it. Scuba Diving is much easier than you think.
Snorkeling is an exciting activity that anyone, young or old, can enjoy with a minimum of equipment and little training. Snorkeling is a great year-round activity, no matter where you live. From exploring the beautiful ocean reefs to discovering your local lake or river, there is a snorkeling experience near you.
Scuba Ranger program is a Diving school designed for children aged 8 to 12. Scuba Rangers classes are safe, taught only by instructors specifically trained in the Rangers program, and will introduce your child to the wonders of the water in a gentle, multi-faceted manner.
Worldwide recognition of becoming an SSI Open Water Diver is the best way to start your scuba adventure! The course is designed to accommodate to individuals and with enough time, we make sure you are truly comfortable under water with the skills and equipment you will learn.
SSI’s Advanced Adventurer program was created so that you can try out a variety of specialties before you commit to completing a full program. It’s a great way to experience what advanced training is all about and how valuable it can be to your diving adventures. This is similar to Advanced Open Water course.
Expand your knowledge and experience in diving beyond that of SSI Open Water Diver and earn the title of an SSI Specialty Diver by completing a total of 12 dives as well as 2 different specialities, which includes, Enriched Air Nitrox, Deep Dive, Diver Stress & Rescue, Navigation and Night & Limited Visibility Dives.
A big factor in dive accidents and rescue scenarios is stress. This specialty will equip you with the knowledge and skills to adequately handle situations should they occur. It will teach you to avoid and prevent problems above and underwater while becoming more confident in your skills as a diver.
If having a longer no-decompression time, being able to get back in the water sooner all while being safer underwater sounds appealing to you, the SSI EAN Nitrox Speciality is for you. Reduce the risk of decompression sickness by learning how to manage the oxygen in your system while diving.
Water motion can have a tremendous effect on your enjoyment during your dives. Adequate training is critical to handling the various water motion conditions you may encounter. You will learn to interact with waves when entering from shore, how to react in a rip current and other water conditions.
Exciting diving experiences await. These dives and exploring the past is exhilarating but there are some risks involved. However, with the proper training and knowledge you get all you need to have the “Ultimate Diving Experience.” Start exploring history and unknown sites!