Somewhere far below sea level, the most fashionable critters in the subsurface world are gracefully strutting their stuff in form-fitting wetsuits with foot-flattering flippers. Grace the coveted underwater runways of exploration with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for a three-hour Discover Scuba Diving class (a $50 value)
During the Discover Scuba Diving class, students learn the basics of diving within a classroom setting and then take the plunge into a nearby pool. There, divers maneuver through submerged terrain and learn to breathe underwater with the ease of a yoga teacher's fish. * $99 for an [Open Water Diver certification class](http://gr.pn/If5oYy), which includes classroom time and confined dives (a $300 value) For open-water certification, students can take the course on Tuesday and Thursday evenings for three weeks, or opt for an accelerated three-day session on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Instructors cover fundamentals in the classroom and then lead confined dives in the pool. Divers need to complete open-water dives to finish their certification (not included with this Groupon). These can be performed through Sea the World Scuba Center at a nearby quarry or anywhere that follows the PADI curriculum.
Sea the World Scuba Center
At Sea the World Scuba Center, divers emerge with the tools needed to explore underwater alcoves ranging from shipwrecks to quarries to ocean reefs. The business's clientele matches the diversity of these diving locations, with athletes, retirees, and aspiring marine biologists all walking through its doors, brought there by their love for scuba diving.
To foster this passion, Sea the World Scuba Center employs a team of certified instructors who follow the PADI curriculum to turn novices into expert scuba divers. In addition to open-water certification, they teach more specialized courses on the skills needed to rescue dive or turn professional and start a career cleaning the fish tanks of wealthy giants.
At their shop, Sea the World Scuba Center's staff also sell the gear required to traverse underwater landscapes. Described by manager James Mott as "the most heavily stocked scuba center out there," the shop brims with items from brands such as Oceanic and Aqua Lung.