Try Scuba because…YOLO!

Oct 22, 2019 | Scuba

There are not too many opportunities in life that are a no-lose proposition. When you find a chance to expand your horizons or try something new without much downside, well, YOLO! (“You only live once” for those not familiar with this popular acronym.)

So, if you’ve ever been even mildly interested in scuba, Diventures offers a Try Scuba class that is an ideal way to literally dip your toe into the pool and see if this invigorating underwater activity is for you.

What’s Try Scuba?

Try Scuba is a no-obligation way to get a basic introduction to the wonderful world of scuba to see if you’d like it. It’s only two hours long and offers you a primer on scuba that you won’t get anywhere else. Best of all, there no committing to certification necessary, so you’re never under any pressure. It’s the safe and low-risk way to dive in and check scuba out!

Try Scuba is open to anybody ten years of age and up and features:

  • A brief classroom session covering all the basics
  • A session in our warm 88º indoor pool to blow some bubbles
  • All the needed scuba equipment
  • A certified expert scuba instructor to answer all your questions and discuss concerns

What’s holding you back?

It’s natural to be nervous about trying something like scuba, especially if you don’t know that much about it. Maybe you’re afraid because you don’t feel your swimming skills are strong enough. Or maybe you’re concerned about your ears and what the underwater pressure might do to them.

Unfortunately, there’s plenty of myths and fears about scuba that keep people from trying this amazing activity. The fact is that you don’t have to be an exceptionally strong swimmer to be a scuba diver. And one of the first things your scuba session includes is an assessment of your swimming skills to ensure safety in the water.

We also understand people are concerned about their ears underwater. We teach our students to equalize their ears early and often before the pressure even starts. We will take time within the lesson, slowly descending to encourage the student to equalize. Your safety and health are our #1 priority.

Do you have other concerns or fears? Try Scuba is a great way to talk to an expert and learn the truth about how safe and fun scuba can be!

But wait… there’s more!

The cost of a Try Scuba class is only $75, which is a great deal. But the best part is that you also get a $50 credit toward an Open Water Diver (OWD) course for your lifetime certification. The OWD course consists of three parts: online learning, classroom, and pool sessions.

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