Adventure in the Depths

Dive Training - Learn to Dive!


This is where it all begins! Experience your first breath underwater and change your life forever. We encourage youth diving experiences and specialize in teaching children and teens. We always keep our groups very small so you are assured of excellence.  We also have online learning available, supported by individualized attention. 

Specialties and Advanced Training

specialtiesGain more experience, expand on what you know and improve your diving skills.  Try adventure dives.

  • PADI Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Peak Performance Buoyancy
  • Speigel Grove Specialty
  • PADI Rescue Diver
  • Emergency First Responder
  • Emergency Oxygen Provider
  • PADI Divemaster

Learn more about our advanced dive and emergency training.


Protect Underwater Environments

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Download 10 Ways a Diver Can Protect the Underwater Environment (PDF)

Reef Conservation

coralCoral reefs with their incredible biodiversity draw thousands of divers to witness their beauty.  But many uninformed divers are unwittingly contributing to the degradation of reef systems. Be a smart diver.

Carbon emissions contribute to massive coral bleeching.  Learn more about what causes coral bleeching and what you can do to help preserve our reefs.

Be a smart diver

  • Be aware of where your hands, feet and equpment are at all times
  • Be careful of kicking up sand
  • Don't feed the fish
  • Learn more about the fragile nature of coral
  • Join Project Aware


Divemastery Members

Join the Divemastery members to share information on dive experiences.  We love
to exchange stories, and learn more about gear and the best dive sites.

Click here to register.  No mask or fins required!

Dive for Earthday 2011

jamaica"The ocean is one of the earth's most fragile ecosystems. As scuba divers, we appreciate the beauty and vibrancy of undersea life and realize it must be protected in every way possible," says Kristin Valette, vice president of marketing and communications for PADI Americas. "We hope the underwater cleanups and Sea the Change Conservation Contest will ignite a sense of responsibility and encourage people to do their part in keeping our oceans clean - the more individuals who participate, the greater impact we can make." Dive for Earth Day will take place on April 22, 2011.