So you’ve decided you want to start scuba diving – what now?
That is where we come in. From ‘Try Dives’ to sample the underwater world to starting your first PADI lesson we are here to help.
Undertaking a try dive can be a daunting challenge but one that you will be glad you undertook. You will get an experience of what it is like to explore the underwater realm first hand with one of our trusted instructors. You will feel the exhilaration of taking your first breath below the surface and the wonder of the new world that awaits you.
Taking a try dive is also ideal for those that are a little unwary of the sport. It’s a good chance to meet the club and become a part of the community as well as try out our pool for yourself.
So it sounds like something you want to do? Good! Give us a call today to book your session! If you have any questions take a look below or feel free to ask one of our friendly staff.
What will I need? – Starting out in diving has never been simpler with Waterfront. All you need is a swimsuit (trunks and top for men, full swimsuit for women), a towel and a sense of adventure. Easy!
What are the minimum standards? – Owing to insurance policies you have to be at least 8years old for our ‘bubble maker’ course (please ask our staff for more details) or 10 years for the standard open water course.
How long will it take? – A try dive or ‘Discover Scuba Diving’ session lasts an hour in which you will learn the basics of diving as well as the world you are stepping into. Afterwards if you choose to take up your first course then you are ready to start as soon as you’re ready. Even better still – there is no set schedule to the course so you are free to learn as fast or as slow as you need. The pace of the lessons is yours to control. After all, it is your new adventure!
Where can I go from here?
As soon as you Discover Scuba Diving, you’re on your way to an internationally recognized certification. That’s because you may learn skills used in the PADI Open Water Diver course during your Discover Scuba Diving adventure. If you and your instructor elect to practice these skills, they may be credited toward the PADI Scuba Diver or Open Water Diver certifications. From here the diving world I sat your feet, you can go on to become a PADI Divemaster, PADI Instructor work abroad, enjoy a gap year and dive yourself around the world, in fact really the only limit is your imagination