Breathing underwater, like eating fireworks, constructing a monument, and getting married, should only be attempted if you’re confident you can do it. Get all the skills you need to mingle with the mermaids with today’s Groupon to Deep Blue Scuba. Choose from the following options:
- For $19, you get a Discover Scuba class for one (a $50 value).
- For $35, you get a Discover Scuba class for two (a $100 value).
- For $199, you get an Open Water Scuba Certification course for one (a $408 value).<p>
At Deep Blue Scuba, PADI-certified instructors tutor nascent divers in the art of scuba diving with 45-minute introductory courses and multiple-session certification courses. In the Discover Scuba class, the diving director begins with a demonstration to present correct scuba techniques and illustrate how to retrieve a pilfered watch from a blowfish. Next, solo students and duos of aquatic learners splash their way into the diving portion of the session and suit up in the provided equipment to gauge ease of movement and levels of comfort. Finally, greenhorn Cousteaus dive underwater to test their newly absorbed knowledge under the watchful supervision of an expert. Deep Blue schedules its class times based on pupil interest and the whims of Poseidon, and recommends students call ahead to check the most up-to-date course schedule.
Alternatively, students seeking to tread the path toward Open Water Diver certification may take the complete OWD course. Pupils complete up to two classroom sessions in order to master knowledge of their gear and proper diving techniques before getting their flippers wet in two introductory pool dives. Once fully prepared to dart under the sea in search of exclusive manatee nightclubs, trainees schedule an open-water dive with their instructors, typically held in Santa Rosa. Upon successful completion of their dives, newly minted plungers receive their OWD certification.
Deep Blue Scuba
Deep Blue Scuba's certified instructors lead each of their classes and workshops with one idea at the forefront of their minds: diving should be fun. Their class list contains programs to challenge all levels of divers, from beginner and advanced open-water-diving courses to rescue diver and dive-master specialties. To prepare pupils for their certifications, the staff hosts regular trips and events and oversees scheduled lessons in classrooms, dive pools, open water, and octopus’s gardens.