The weather is starting to warm up again and just in time. We are headed to Blue Lake next Saturday for our Specialty of the Month dive. The weather should be great. Give us a call to tell us you will be there. It will be the perfect time to jump into an Advanced, Rescue or Specialty class. Looking for a deal you say?
Introducing the Dive Utah Continuing Education Stimulus Plan. This bold initiative will make more diving available to the common man, from Main Street to Wall Street and beyond.
Does a martial arts student stop at Yellow Belt? Is a skier happy once he’s mastered the wedge? Has a scuba diver learned all he needs to know in the Open Water Class? The answer to all 3 is no, they’ve only started to learn. Once a diver has gotten their Advanced Open Water and Rescue Diver certification, then they really know how to dive. Once a diver has their Master Scuba Diver, they are a true expert in diving.
What will I learn?
The Advanced Open Water course will give you an introduction into 5 specialty areas of diving. These skills will enable you to dive more often and in a variety of environments. In many resort areas, an Advanced certification opens the door for you to make many of the “reserved”, unique or challenging dives they have to offer.
Although we don’t like to talk about it, accidents do happen while diving. Learning skills in the Rescue Diver course will not only decrease your own chances of having a problem but might save the life of someone who does. Specialty classes build on the introduction you receive in the Advanced class and make you even more knowledgeable in that area. You can qualify for the Master Scuba Diver rating by attaining your Advanced, Rescue, 5 specialties and logging 50 dives.
So What’s The Special Deal?
For OPEN WATER DIVERS
Advanced Open Water Package – includes Advanced class, Adventures in Diving manual and rental gear-$180 (normally $216)
Rescue Diver Package - includes Advanced Open Water, EFR (CPR and First Aid) and Rescue Diver with manuals and rental gear-$440 (normally $520)
Master Scuba Diver Package - includes Advanced Open Water, EFR, Rescue Diver, Nitrox Diver, Altitude Diver, Peak Performance Buoyancy, Drysuit Diver and Equipment Specialist resulting in your Master Scuba Diver rating with all manuals and rentals-$999 (normally $1209)
For ADVANCED OPEN WATER DIVERS
Rescue Diver Package - includes EFR, Rescue Diver class with manuals and rental gear-$250 (normally $302)
Master Scuba Diver Package - Get your EFR, Rescue Diver, Nitrox Diver, Altitude Diver, Peak Performance Buoyancy, Drysuit Diver and Equipment Specialist resulting in your Master Scuba Diver rating with all manuals and rentals- $840 (normally $991).
For RESCUE DIVERS
Master Scuba Diver Package - Get your Nitrox Diver, Altitude Diver, Peak Performance Buoyancy, Drysuit Diver and Equipment Specialist resulting in your Master Scuba Diver rating with all materials and rentals- $585 (normally $689).
*All Master Scuba Diver packages can be spread out over time and have payment options available.
You Guys Get Paid to do This?
Becoming a PADI Scuba Instructor is a great way to have fun and make a little extra money doing something you love! See our staff or webpage for more information on making scuba diving a part time or full time job.
Get Out of Town!
Dive Utah is always traveling. From our bi-monthly California trips to warm water destinations in the Caribbean or South Pacific, a Dive Utah trip is the perfect place to continue your diving education. See our staff or website for a list of upcoming trips.
Details, details, details
Prices do not include any dive site entry fees or the Master Scuba Diver application fee. Pool/classroom requirements must be completed before any open water dives. EFR classes are held the second Saturday of every month. Specialty classes are held on a rotating basis. To schedule any class, ask a staff member to see available dates.
PADI Advanced Open Water, Rescue Diver and Master Scuba Diver. Increase your knowledge and your confidence. Become a better diver.