Becoming a scuba diver is like participating in one of the greatest scavenger hunts
in the world. You never know what you're going to find when you go underwater, and even when you go back to the same place, things will be different.

Diving in an ongoing educational progress. Some of the learning is formal and takes place in a classroom, pool, or ocean. And some of it is informal and will be picked up without benefit of a formal class.

The process starts with what's known as an Open Water or Basic entry-level class. These classes are designed for people interested in earning a certification card so they can begin exploring and discovering our underwater world firsthand.

Since we closed our retail storefront way back in December, 2006, we haven't been doing any group Open-Water classes because the logistics are too daunting. (But we'd be happy to refer you to another qualified facility if you want to get certified in a group setting.) However, our instructors are still available to do private scuba lessons. Just give us a call and we'll be happy to set you up.

Continuing education classes are aimed at people who are already certified divers (whether through us or another store or organization) who want to improve their skills and learn more about this fascinating sport. After years of teaching thousands of divers, we've noticed that people seem to gravitate to certain classes in -particular. They are:

Taming Surf Entries & Exits (because most of you either stink at it or are terrified of it)
Navigation Made Easy (since it's nice to know how to get back to where you started)
Secrets of Fish ID (since it's nice to know what you're seeing underwater)
Photo Workshop (since a lot of people have cameras -both still &/or video - nowadays)
NAUI Nitrox (might as well learn to do it right from someone who doesn't think it's a panacea)
Easy Tables & Computers (designed to give you a better understanding of your bottom time and give you new insight in avoiding the bends)

We offer these classes regularly on a rotating basis. For a more detailed description and all the dates for a specific class, click on the CONTINUING EDUCATION button below. Plus you can keep an eye on TWARS (This Week at Reef Seekers) and this website for the latest information.

In the meantime, if you'd like to know a little bit more about basic Open Water Classes in general, click on the OPEN WATER button below, bearing in mind that there will be some variation store-to-store so take it as a guideline, not gospel.



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