(usually 4 dives, 2 mornings)
You have climbed the learning curve back home or elsewhere so you can concentrate on the adventurous portion of your open water certification here on Maui.... good choice. You’re here to show us your stuff and were anxious to see what you can do. But we’ll still have time to look at the turtles because we won’t take classes larger than four divers. We won’t stop your dive or the conversation at an arbitrary time limit because we only take one group per day. You will need to bring any medical sign off (dated within 30 days), log books, recreational dive planners and your training referral forms. We highly recommend a wet suit, fins and mask. Rental wet suits are available at no extra cost but fit may be better out of a cross brand selection at a well stocked dive shop. We suggest the dive shop you're starting from. If you like what they've done for you so far it's a nice way to show your appreciation and keep them in business. Establishing and maintaining a relationship with a local dive shop will help keep you active as a diver.
We'll meet at the shop at 7:15 or the beach at 7:30 in the morning for your dives. Bring your swim suit, towel, sun block and any personal gear. Everything else you need for the dives is provided including light snacks and drinks. We're usually finished early afternoon.
Day 1, 7:15 AM (meet at the shop)
* Paper work, Medical statements, Gear fitting,
* Go to the beach, find a shade and review academics from your course to see what you remember.
* Dive briefing.
* Go on first dive after 3 basic skills practice in shallow water
* Break for Light snack, drinks
* Open water dive number 2
* Log Dives and
Day 2, 7:00 AM
* Meet at the Beach
* Skills briefing Gear set up
* Plan Dives
* Make open Water dives 3 and 4
* Break for drinks and snacks
* Log Dives, Don't plan any activities to altitude above 1000 feet until later the next day.
To book it contact us - email@example.com.
But First !
Let us know in your e-mail:
- Dates on Maui and your preferred days to dive
- Your age (10 is the minimum)
- Your height, weight, jeans and jacket size (for wet suit sizing)
- Number in your party who will be diving on SCUBA
- Any questions or concerns involving the medical statement.
- Date and time of your departure flight and plans to be above 2000 ft.
Answers to many medical questions
Flying After Diving Altitude Exposure Guidelines
For your safety please review the medical statement Scuba. If you must answer yes to any of the medical questions on the medical statement, and still wish to dive we require that you download a copy of the RSTC Medical Statement and Guidelines for Recreational Scuba Diver’s Physical Examination and see your family physician for a determination of your physical fitness for participation in Scuba Diving.