Only 72% of the earth is covered in water, which is why most dolphins suffer from debilitating claustrophobia. See how the other half lives in fear with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $179 for a scuba-certification course for one (a $399 value)
- $499 for a semi-private scuba-certification course for two ($1,198 value)
Students must purchase the course materials for $69.
The PADI Open Water Diver course typically runs one evening and three days with a classroom training session, pool session, and four open-water dives led by a team of trained instructors, before students receive their certification. For the semi-private class, small class size is a premium with up to four students in each session. Scuba Works supplies buoyancy-compensator devices, tanks, regulators, wetsuits, and weights. Students need to provide a mask, fins, boots, and snorkel. Equipment can be rented for $20 per day or purchased as a package for $159.
Based out of sunny Jupiter on the shores of the warm Gulf Stream, Scuba Works—named Best Dive Center in 2010 by CityVoter—guides aquatic adventurers on scenic diving tours. Helmed by a PADI-trained and certified diving instructor, the intrepid staff continually add to expertise with routine continuing-education courses. In addition to tours, Scuba Works offers basic and advanced open-water scuba-certification classes and stages annual productions of Jacques Cousteau's autobiographical opera, Dive In!.
98% of 236 customers recommend
“The people are awesome and helpful super stoked about getting started with my cert. also they have awesome deals on new and used equipment ”
“Everyone at Scuba Works is so friendly and helpful!! It was such a wonderful experience. I highly recommend Scuba Works if you are looking to get certified or need...”
“Everyone at Scuba Works is so friendly and helpful!! It was such a wonderful experience. I highly recommend Scuba Works if you are looking to get certified or need any diving assistance :)”
“Great people and best friendly atmosphere for comfortable learning and knowledge acquisition”