If you have always loved the ocean and want to experience something like never before!
The PADI Open Water course is worldly recognized! Learn the basics of scuba diving and make friends with the fish. Your adventure awaits, once your certified you certified for life!

How to begin your adventure:

We offer a variety of class structures available to best fit your needs, including, group, private, weekend, or weeknights.  Our class structure is based around the PADI E-Learner course which allows you to complete your classroom sessions online at your own pace, on your own schedule.  

Step 1: Come by the shop or call to sign up, pick up your book pack, & review the medical statement.
Step 2: Sign up for the PADI Open Water e-Learner course.
Step 3: Pick your class start date from our Calendar. Call or come by to get on the schedule.
*Please note: you may get on the schedule for a class once have completed your registration with the store (from step 1).  Some people prefer to schedule at the time of sign up, others prefer to wait till after they have completed the e-Learner course. 
Step 4: Your adventure begins!!


Course Fee: $399+ PADI e-Learner

Course Fee Includes:

  • Open Water Crew Pack & Log Binder
  • Student record
  • Boat ticket for a 2 tank boat dive
  • Rental gear (wetsuit, hood, tanks, regulator, computer, weight integrated BCD, and weights).

Student Provides

  • Personal Gear:
    • Mask, Snorkel, Fins, Boots, Gloves,  Safety tube, and a Whistle.
    • Personal gear packages available at The Scuba Center.  

* Minimum age: 10 year old

* Students must review the General Training agreement and the medical statement at time of sign up.
*If you answer "yes" to any of the medical questions, you will need to have a doctor sign off on your form and bring it with you the first day of class. 

Weekday Course Schedule:

Weekend Course Schedule:

  • Weekends: Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm; the following Saturday and Sunday - open water diving.

Directions to dive sites: 


There’s nothing wrong with enjoying looking at the surface of the ocean itself, except that when you finally see what goes on underwater, you realize that you’ve been missing the whole point of the ocean. Staying on the surface all the time is like going to the circus and staring at the outside of the tent.
— Dave Barry