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 $29, you get a Discover Scuba Experience (a $60 value) at Ocean Pro Divers, located in Surrey and Delta.
The veterans at Ocean Pro Divers bring the seafloor to the surface with engaging instruction and relevant retail. The evening course, Discover Scuba Experience ($60), commences with a quick indoor lesson illuminating equipment ease, diving fundamentals, and the economic policies of mermen. After the PADI professional supervisor assists in suiting everyone in the provided gear, the class splashes into one of the facility pools, inhaling air while fully submerged underwater. The course lasts roughly three hours, the ideal amount of time for stretching marine lungs, mastering scuba technique, and avoiding a viewing of Titanic. Check out the schedule for class dates and be sure to bring a swimsuit and towel.
In Over My Head featured Ocean Pro Divers:
- Is my life any different after one class, you bet it is. I learned to breathe under water, communicate under water, recover my regulator, clear my mask and even share air with my partner if it was needed... what did you do Tuesday night? – Andrew TM Harris, In Over My Head
Ocean Pro Divers
A PADI five-star instructor-development centre, Ocean Pro Divers has provided Surrey with professional scuba training and gear for more than two decades. Over that time, owners Shannon and Wes Kozak have netted a team of expert, PADI-certified instructors, who draw from both local and tropical experiences to enlighten students at their fully equipped facility. In addition to offering the full spectrum of scuba-training courses, the Ocean Pro Divers staff leads diving adventures almost every weekend of the year. They also offer travelling dive packages to international destinations, giving students a choice between wading through exotic waters or staying near home to explore the subaquatic depths of Vancouver, which abound with marine life and hibernating hockey players during the off-season.