Breathing underwater, like eating fireworks, constructing a monument, and getting married, should only be attempted if you’re confident you can do it. Mingle with the mermaids with today’s Groupon to Ocean Pro Divers. This Groupon is valid at the locations in Delta and Surrey. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get a Discover Scuba course (a $60 value).
- For $99, you get $250 worth of scuba classes. This option is also valid toward certification.<p>
The certified scuba savants at Ocean Pro Divers help their students reach new depths in advanced- and introductory-level classes of two to eight divers. Aquanauts in the two- to three-hour Discover Scuba course plunge into a brief indoor lesson that illuminates the equipment operation and fundamental skills required to dive in the ocean or clean oversized goldfish bowls. PADI professional supervisors outfit each aquatic pupil in the requisite gear and then dispense classes into the pool, where they breathe from air tanks while submerged underwater. Seasoned water trekkers can brush up skills in a scuba refresher course ($129), and beginner divers seek certification to sweep the ocean floor in an Open Water Diver class ($439). An Advanced Scuba Diver class ($299) teaches in-depth skills, allowing divers to go down to shipwrecks or finally accept a narwhal’s dinner invitation. All introductory-level classes include equipment; advanced classes may require students to bring their own gear.
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.