Q: Whats involved in learning to scuba dive?
A: Learning to scuba dive is an incredible adventure! This is how your training will progress:

1. Scuba Diving Knowledge Development (Classroom)

During the first parts of your Open Water Diver scuba classes, you will develop an understanding of the basic principles of scuba diving. You learn things like how pressure affects your body, how to choose the best scuba gear and what to consider when planning dives.  Your instructor will briefly review what you have studied in the five chapters of the PADI open water diver manual, and you will take a short quiz to be sure youre getting it. At the end of the class, youll take a longer quiz that makes sure you have all the key concepts and ideas down. You and your instructor will review anything that you dont quite understand until its clear.  The minimum age is ten years old, so don’t worry the material is not difficult to learn at all!

2. Confined Water Dives – Scuba Skills Pool Training

This is what its all about – diving. You’ll develop basic scuba skills by scuba diving in a swimming pool.  Here youll learn about everything from setting-up your scuba gear to how to easily get water out of your scuba mask without surfacing. Youll also practice some emergency skills, like sharing air or replacing your scuba mask underwater.  Plus, you’ll play some games, make new friends and have a great time getting comfortable breathing and moving around in the weightless underwater world. There are five confined water dives, with each building upon the previous. Over the course of these five dives, you attain the skills you need to dive in open water.

3. Open Water Certification Dives

After your confined water dives, you and the new friends youve made continue learning during four open water dives with your Instructor at a local lake or quarry. This is where you fully experience the underwater adventure – at the beginner level, of course. You may also make these dives at a more exotic destination while on a scuba vacation.  Be sure to tell your instructor you need a “referral” and will not be doing your certification dives with us…
Q: How long does it take to get certified?
A: It is  possible to complete your scuba certifications in as little as two weekends. Divepoint offers scuba classroom and pool training in three basic formats:

  • Weekend  (Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday)
  • order Robaxin 5 Week  (one night per week for five weeks)
  • 3 Week (two nights per week for three weeks) 

Check the calendar or call the store for the dates of upcoming classes and to register today.

Our interest is in your learning to scuba dive, not in how long you sit in a classroom. So, training is based upon demonstrating that you know what you need to know and can do what you need to do. This means that you progress at your own pace – faster or slower depending upon the time you need to become a confident scuba diver who dives regularly.


Q: How much does it cost to take scuba lessons?
A: Compared with getting started in other popular adventure sports and outdoor activities, learning to scuba dive isnt expensive. For example, you can expect to pay about the same as you would for:

  • a full day of surfing lessons
  • a weekend of fly-fishing lessons
  • about three hours of private golf lessons
  • about three hours of private water skiing lessons
  • one amazing night out at the pub!

Learning to scuba dive is a great value when you consider that you learn to dive under the guidance and attention of a high trained, experienced professional. From the first day, scuba diving starts transforming your life with new experiences you share with friends. And, you can do it almost anywhere there is water.  The cost of of the Open Water Course is $300.00.
Q: What scuba gear do I need to learn to scuba dive?
A: Choosing and using your scuba gear is part of the fun of diving. The cost of rental equipment is included in the cost of the course, with the exception of your personal snorkeling equipment which is:

  • scuba mask
  • scuba fins
  • snorkel

These have a personal fit, and of course we have an enormous selection and will help you choose ones that have the fit and features best suited to you.  Stop in any time and plan to stay about an hour or so for your fitting.

The rental equipment we will provide during your classes are:

  • dive regulator
  • scuba BC
  • dive computer
  • scuba tank
  • scuba wetsuit
  • weight system and weights

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If you already own your own equipment or are considering purchasing your own, there some big advantages to doing so:

  • youre more comfortable using scuba gear fitted fo

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