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Experienced Scuba Diver

This is the perfect course for the diver with experience but not a formal certification (such as military, commercial or scientific divers) who wishes to gain a NAUI diver certification. 

What You Will Learn

Once you’ve completed your NAUI exam and open water training, you will gain a NAUI Scuba Diver certification – the most respected diver certification card in the world! 

How Do You Get Started?

You must be 15 years of age and have proof of at least 25 open water scuba dives to enroll in an Experienced Scuba Diver course.  Sign up for your class, grab your bathing suit and get ready to have FUN! 

What's Next?

Once you become a certified diver, perhaps you want to further your training with an Advanced Scuba Diver or Rescue Scuba Diver course? Maybe you or someone you know was certified long ago and needs a refresher course. Perhaps you want to become a dive professional and go all the way to Divemaster or even become anInstructor! Whatever your scuba and skin diving needs, we can help you realize your dreams!

​​Skin Diver or Junior Skin Diver course

Imagine floating on a clear sea of liquid watching fishes, crustaceans, corals - everything from dolphins to dugongs face-to-face. If this sounds like something you would love to do, than this is for you! 

What You Will Learn

Once you’ve completed your training and two open water dives, you will have the skills you need to be a comfortable and safe Skin Diver. Your NAUI Instructor will coach you through the process of snorkeling and breath-hold diving and your fun will grow as your skills increase! 

How Do You Get Started?

Fun for the whole family, this certification class is for 8 year-olds and older whether you are an accomplished swimmer or someone who has never spent time in the water. (Even the younger family members can share the fun: 5-year olds and older can enjoy a “Snorkeling for Kids of All Ages” non-certification class.)  

Sign up for your class, grab your bathing suit and get ready to have FUN! 

What's Next?You can use what you’ve learned towards the next step of becoming a NAUI Scuba Diver.

Scuba Diver or Junior Scuba Diver

​Your underwater adventure begins! Imagine watching the water level move up your mask as you slowly go below the surface - and continue to breathe! It's the most exciting feeling imaginable and yours when you become a NAUI Scuba Diver!

Scuba Diver is our entry level scuba certification course during which you will learn the fundamental knowledge and skills to safely scuba dive in open water. When you complete your class you and your buddy will be free to explore and discover the many wonders of the underwater world…and, you will have earned a NAUI Scuba Diver certification card – the most respected diver certification card in the world!

Come on and dive in…a lifetime of fun, adventure, memories, experiences, and new friends awaits you!What You Will LearnYour instructor will teach you about dive equipment, the science of diving, responsible diving practices and the environment. You will also learn many skills in the water with practice time for your safety and comfort; and complete your training with a minimum of four open water dives.

How Do You Get Started?

As long as you are 10 years or older and in good physical condition, you can enroll in a NAUI Scuba Diver course. Sign up for your class, grab your bathing suit and get ready to have FUN!

What's Next?

Once you become a certified diver, perhaps you want to further your training with an Advanced Scuba Diver or Rescue Scuba Diver course? Maybe you or someone you know was certified long ago and needs a refresher course. Perhaps you want to become a dive professional and go all the way to Divemaster or even become an Instructor! Whatever your scuba and skin diving needs, we can help you realize your dreams!

Master Scuba Diver

Gain the in-depth knowledge that will establish you as a recognized authority in your diving club or group. Thrill to the adventure of open water dives in settings that will test your abilities to their limit while expanding your diving capabilities and experience. Then proudly carry the most coveted and respected certification card in recreational diving - that of the NAUI Master Scuba Diver.

The Master Scuba Diver course is a continuing education certification course for divers who wish to increase their understanding and enjoyment of diving. This course is an excellent progression toward NAUI Leadership roles.

During your training, you will engage in a minimum of eight open water dives including the following required dives:

Emergency procedures and rescue
Deep/simulated decompression diving
Limited visibility or night diving
Underwater navigation
Search and recovery – light salvage
You can also choose from many different dives for your elective dives such as:

Skin diving
Environmental study or survey
Air consumption (practical application)
Boat diving
Shore diving
Hunting and collecting
+Or other special interest dives.

If you are 15 years old and have a NAUI Advanced Scuba Diver certification or its equivalent, you may be ready for the Master Scuba Diver class. Ready, set, learn! 

Advanced Scuba/Junior Advanced Scuba

Let your underwater adventure continue! Apply your scuba skills as you explore new dive sites and activities under the supervision and training of your NAUI Instructor. Learn which diving specialties interest you, and what type of diving you enjoy most. Gain more confidence and capability. Begin to consider the direction diving will take you, as you go for everything it has to offer.

The Advanced Scuba Diver course is an enjoyable certification course for certified divers who desire additional training, have moved from one diving area to another and desire local orientation, do not have, but wish to obtain, NAUI certification, or who desire orientation to a variety of diving sites and conditions.

As part of your certification, you will complete a minimum of six open water dives including three separate dives for navigation, night or low visibility diving and deep diving (130 feet/40 meters maximum depth), plus three different dives. Some of the many different dives you can do include:

Search and recovery
Boat diving
Light salvage
Hunting and collecting
Exploration and underwater mapping
Wreck diving (non-penetration)
Observation and data collection
Diving in surf or currents
Altitude diving
Salt water diving (in areas where most diving is in fresh water)
Fresh water diving (in areas where most diving is in salt water)
Shore diving
Diving for photos or video
Using dive computers