For more than two decades, Scuba Quest has helped people breathe and thrive during underwater expeditions. The certification course, which is limited to eight students per instructor, includes both classroom instruction and pool sessions, allowing scuba pupils to hop into the calming waters of a pool and soak their limbs in its aqueous energy. Led by NAUI-certified instructors, diving disciples gradually build the chutzpah required to swim with the stingrays and flap their dorsal fins during the course's five open-water dives. Students of scuba receive a textbook, workbook, record folder, dive tables, logbook, certification registration, and a Scuba Diver Certification card for impressing landlubber friends. Although tanks, a buoyancy compensator, and a regulator with octopus and gauges are provided, participants should bring their own scuba mask, snorkel, fins, weight belt, and weights. Check out the schedule for class times.