PADI Scuba Review

How long has it been since you were last in the water? Six months? A year? More than this? Unfortunately, diving is not one of those things that “just comes back to you, like riding a bike.”

Dive vacations cost money. Do you really want to gamble the cost of accommodations, air fare and diving (not to mention your safety and enjoyment) against your ability to remember and do everything you should?

 If it has been more than a six months since your last dive, you may want to consider these alternatives:

  • Option 1: Pool & Boat Dive: You can come to the shop do a pool session with a dive instructor and then go diving with the instructor from a boat.
  • Option 2: Pool Session: You can come to the shop and do a pool session with a dive instructor.

Everyone’s circumstances are different, so don’t be afraid to ask for advice on which path you should take.


Who can participate?

This program is open to anyone who:

  • Holds a scuba certification from a major, recognized training agency.
  • Is able to either answer NO to all questions on the standard Medical History Form or secure a physician’s approval prior to the start of class.

What is involved?

This course consists of:

  • One pool session.
  • Option 1 includes a boat dive trip.

Where and when do classes take place?

Pool session takes place right here at Squalo Divers. We have our own heated swimming pool. Boat dive takes place at one of more than 50 dive sites that we have to offer.

Scuba review classes start at any time. Pool sessions and boat dive are done any day of the week. All activities take place by appointment only.

What is included in the cost?

For option #1 pool and boat dive, the fee is $225 per person and includes:

  • Pool session.
  • All instruction.
  • Boat ride / dive trip with instructor.
  • All gear.

For option # 2 the fee is $99 per person and includes:

  • Pool session.
  • All instruction.
  • All gear.

Students are responsible for supplying:

  • Bathing suit and towel.

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