At One World Aquatics Swim School, the instructors aim to turn kids into proficient swimmers—and joyful ones, too. That's why, as they impart skills from unassisted floats to advanced dives, teachers encourage their students to view the water as a place to have fun. Safety is scrupulously monitored, too, with staffers adhering to the renowned PADI Swim School curriculum to ensure that all pupils can splash, submerge, and imitate sea anemones risk-free.
Colorado Scuba Diving Academy practically turns people into fish in its scuba-certification courses. Founded by PADI-certified diving instructors, the schools train students in a variety of diving disciplines including open water, rescue, and wreck diving. For those who just want to get their feet wet, Discover Scuba teaches the basic of using the equipment and breathing below the surface, while more advanced nitrox, altitude, and drysuit certifications prepare divers for any situation they might encounter while swimming in the deep.
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Sports fans flock to Broomfield's Flatirons Scuba and Travel for a fun day away.
Next time you're in the neighborhood, this club should be at the top of your list with their amazing restaurant.
Families will feel right at home at this club with its kid-friendly atmosphere.
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Diving for more than 30 years, Ron Busch—PADI master instructor and owner of Coral Key Scuba and Travel Center—first decided to share his passion for underwater exploration in 1995 by building a facility that catered to all facets of scuba and snorkeling. Since its construction, the center has been recognized as a PADI five-star training center that offers scuba and snorkeling classes, professional gear, and diving trips to far-off locales such as Indonesia.
An avid traveler, Busch entrusts day-to-day duties to the center's manager, Randy Partch, a PADI master scuba diver and trainer who teaches 16 different diving specialties and boasts certification to repair and service many different brands of scuba equipment and one kind of Xerox machine.
The visibility beneath the waters of Aurora Reservoir is between 5 and 12 feet in front of your face. The murkiness is less frustrating than it is suspenseful—you don't know exactly when the twin engines of an airplane will appear, allowing you to trace the rest of the sunken craft and greet its finned inhabitants. The remote, shadowy world of the downed plane is just one of many rendered accessible to students of Rocky Mountain Diving Center, where instructors can train their protégés up from first-time divers to certified teachers through a combination of classroom, pool, and outdoor sessions.
The center's educational programs include swimming and snorkeling classes in addition to open-water-diving-certification courses. These lessons enable graduated pupils to delve into several local lakes. The curriculum also covers specialty training on topics such as deep diving, night diving, and underwater photography—a career passion of the school's owner, Mark. With equipment for sale and rental as well as a dedicated service team, the center prepares its students for safe and comfortable excursions. Its tropical retreats afford rare opportunities to explore the reefs off of Fiji or swim alongside whale sharks or shark whales—extremely intimidating belugas.