Sea2Sea Scuba offers classes and continuing education at all levels from beginners through to the highest technical ratings. Come dive with us!

We teach the PADI curriculum for our recreational divers. If you are new to diving, start here.
The most popular first class to take in scuba diving is our Open Water class. This brings you to a level where you can travel to vacation destinations and participate in scuba diving activities.
Open Water Scuba Certification is also the first level in all continuing PADI training.

Other options:

  • Discover Scuba Diving – Not sure if this is for you? We can help you with a short introductory session in our pool.
  • ReActivate – if you were Open Water certified but need to refresh your skills.
  • BubbleMaker or Junior Open Water classes for our younger divers – see our “Especially for Kids” section for more details.

Ready to learn more?
PADI continuing education courses are designed to advance your scuba skills and give you the added confidence to keep doing what you love.

Scuba Classes for Children

 

Age  8-9: Our youngest divers can take a Bubblemaker class or join the PADI Seal Team. The Bubblemaker program is a one day experience program in a pool or confined water for children eight and older with a max depth of two meters/ six feet. The Seal Team program is a more extensive pool program for kids eight and older that covers basic scuba diving skills in addition to fun activities such as taking underwater photos, practicing buoyancy and learning environmental awareness.

 

Age 10-11: Divers 10-11 years old can take the Junior Open Water Certification. Once certified, they must dive with a PADI Professional or a certified parent or guardian, and dives cannot exceed 12 meters/40 feet. Divers above age 10 can also become Adventure Divers by completing three Adventure Dives from the specialty list below.

 

Age 12-14: Divers 12-14 years old can take the Junior Open Water Certification. Once certified, they must dive with a certified adult and dives cannot exceed 18 meters / 60 feet. 12-14 year olds are also eligible to take Junior Rescue, Junior Master Scuba Diver and most specialties.

 

Age 15-18: 15 year olds can take the standard Open Water class and almost all specialties,

 

A note about the Junior Open Water Diver Class and Certification: The curriculum for the Junior level class is the same as that of the adult class and we often have both kids and adults in the same class so families can learn together. Your Junior certification can be re-issued as a full Open Water Certification once you reach 15 years of age.

 

Specialty courses by Age

 

Course Minimum Age
Altitude Diver 10
AWARE – Fish ID 10
Boat Diver 10
Digital Underwater Photographer 10
Dry Suit Diver 10
Equipment Specialist 10
Peak Performance Buoyancy 10
Underwater Naturalist 10
Underwater Navigator 10
Underwater Videographer 10
Dive Against Debris 12
Diver Propulsion Vehicle 12
Drift Diver 12
Enriched Air/Nitrox 12
Multilevel Diver 12
Night Diver 12
Search and Recovery 12
Deep Diver 15
Sidemount 15
Wreck Diver 15
Self Reliant Diver 18