Someone once asked me “Do you teach (place your favorite training agency name here)?” The immediate answer is “At Off The Wall Divers we teach diving.” and that is truly what we do.
Off The Wall Divers wants you to get certified, enjoy “our office” and have many, many years of fun with your family and friends.
Completing a full open water course takes 3-4 days and includes academics, confined water training and 4-5 open water dives (pending agency).
For those that have completed the academics online and will need to complete your confined water skills and open water dives. There is a charge to do eLearning online with PADI and SDI. SSI does not charge for their online training.
For those that have completed academics and confined water but still need Open Water Referral Dives. Off The Wall Divers can complete the training in two 1/2-day sessions.
Pending the training agency, your AOW includes five “adventure dives”, or a series of specialty courses and a specific number of dives. The AOW course is designed to introduce you to other areas of diving – night, deep, wreck, etc, however, it does not “teach you to dive”. You know better than anyone if you are ready to move forward.
Interested in learning more about “deep” or “night” diving? Then a specialty course is for you. Pending the particular course, you may do 2-4 dives.
Diving Nitrox (EAN) does not give you deeper diving, but permits you to have more bottom time and short surface intervals in a safe manner. Sign-up today online and get started. If you are diving with Off The Wall Divers, contact us today for the $75 rate.
Prices do not include a $30 for certification card processing with the respective agency.
Log books are required for all training. Log books begin at $24 if you do not bring one with you
On a recent trip to 7 Mile Beach my daughters and I had some of the best dives ever! The water clarity was a plus, but what made our dives special was the Off the Wall crew. Tom, Haley, Kelly and Meagan were all so much fun “up top”, and so relaxed “down under”. I am pretty sure you won’t find nicer people on a dive boat.
Terry M.» Read more reviews at TripAdvisor.com