Open Water Diver $290.00 Advanced Adventurer $100.00
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How much does it cost to become a certified scuba diver? A. Current cost is $290.00. Q. How long does it take to become a certified scuba diver? A. As quick as 2 weekends or as long as you need.
Q. Do I need to buy or rent anything? A. You will need to have mask, fins, snorkel and booties. We sell these items if you wish to purchase them from us. If you purchase your "personal gear" from us you will receive a package discount on those items.
Q. When are the scuba diving classes? A. Monday and Wednesday evenings for 2 weeks from 6pm to 10pm or Tuesday and Thursday evenings for 2 weeks from 6pm to 10pm or Friday evening from 6pm to 10pm, Saturday from 8am to 5pm and Sunday 8am to 12 noon. By special appointment. Lake sessions are done on Saturday and Sunday or by appointment. Q. When can I start? A. TODAY!!!! Click on the "Learn to Dive" log at the bottom of our homepage and follow the instructions. You will be able to complete the 1st 3 sections at no cost. After that, just come into the shop and sign-up for the class. We will unlock the rest of the sections so may complete your academic work Q. Where is the Dive Site Scuba Center located? A. 8516 E 41ST STREET (click on address for map) Q. What are Dive Site's hours? A. Monday - Friday 10am to 6pm, Saturday 9:30am to 2:00pm, Sunday Gone Diving (We are closed the 1st Satuday of every month) Q. What is a BC or BCD? A. BCD or BC stands for Buoyancy Compensating Device. A BCD is the piece of equipment that holds the tank and also allows you to become neutrally buoyant under water. Q. What is an Octopus? A. Some people refer to the complete Air Delivery System as the Octopus. It is also an alternate air source. Q. What equipment does Dive Site carry? A. Dive Site is an authorized dealer for the following brands: Aeris, Akona, Amphibious Outfitters, Atomic Aquatics, Deep See, DUI, Genesis, Henderson Aquatics, Ikelite, JBL, Mares, Ocean Reef, Ocean Technology Systems, Pelican, Princeton Tec, SeaLife/Reefmaster, Sea and Sea, Sherwood, Sea Pearls, TUSA, Underwater Kinetics, Zeagle. Dive Site carries hundreds of accessories from such suppliers as: Trident Diving, Sport Divers, Innovative Scuba Concepts, XS Scuba, ScubaMax. Just about anything scuba from A to Z. Q. Does Dive Site service equipment? A. Yes. Dive Site has a diagnostic and repair department.
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