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What You'll Get
Scuba diving is the only way left to find hidden treasure, befriend a nautical skeleton, or strap a huge tank to yourself. Explore the possibilities with today's Groupon: for $159, you get a scuba-certification class at Dive Utah in Holladay (a $275 value).
As a PADI 5-Star Instructor Development Center, Dive Utah certifies adventure seekers to explore the infinite unknown with expertly taught, interactive classes in new facilities. Aspiring aquanauts begin the scuba-certification class from the comfort of their own home or sealab with study materials. Before scuba-certification seekers lumber into the aquatic field, instructors cover the basics of equipment and dive travel during an in-class briefing. With minds swimming, students then plunge into the heated, four-lane pool for scuba drag racing and underwater-breathing practice at depths of up to 12 feet. After poolside practice, divers test out their sea lungs in open water, applying what they've learned. Dive Utah's new Holladay facility also provides out-of-water peoplefish with men's and women's showers and lockers for storing clothes, valuables, and pool booty.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. May buy 1 as a gift. 48hr cancellation notice or $25 fee may apply. Must be 10 or older. Swimsuit, towel, mask, fins, snorkel and boots not included. Extra entrance fee may apply for on-site dives. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Dive Utah
Divers as young as 10 can try on their flippers at Dive Utah to breathe underwater for the first time during Discover Scuba classes. Alternatively, more experienced students can hone their skills through open-water dives and more extensive training that can put them on their way to becoming instructors themselves. They can also strive to become PADI Master Scuba Divers, a certification that comes after 50 logged dives, at which point masters might feel it necessary to start wearing black belts to the pool.