PADI Scuba Review program is designed to get you back in the water – comfortably! You will benefit from a Scuba Review experience if you’re:
A certified diver and have been out of the water for a while.
- Looking to refresh your dive skills and knowledge.
- PADI Scuba Diver or a referral student diver and want to earn your Open Water Certification.
- Experienced diver seeking certification.
PADI Scuba Review program consists of two parts – a Knowledge Review and a Confined Water Skills Review.
The Knowledge Review segment covers basic safety information you learned during your entry-level training. The only material you need is the Scuba Tune Up Multimedia or the guidebook.
The Confined Water Skills Review will give you the opportunity to practice basic scuba skills. With guidance from a PADI instructor, you will update and fine-tune your diving skills.
There is also an optional supervised open water dive.
This recommended dive offers the opportunity to obtain an environmental orientation to a local site from a PADI member as well as the comfort of supervised diving.
Advanced Open Water Diver
After your five dives, you’ll be more experienced, feel more comfortable in the water and simply enjoy diving more because you better understand the underwater environment.
What do I need to start?
PADI Open Water Diver Certification (or qualifying certification from another organization).
Minimum age: 15 (12 for PADI Junior Advanced Open Water Diver)
What will I do?
This certification includes five Adventure Dives, including the Deep Adventure Dive and three of the following:
– Altitude Diver
– Boat Diver
– Drift Diver
– Deep Diver
– Dry Suit Diver
– Diver Propulsion Vehicle
– Multilevel Diver
– Night Diver
– Peak Performance Buoyancy
– Search and Recovery Diver
– Underwater Naturalist
– Underwater Videographer
– Underwater Photographer
– Underwater Navigator
– AWARE Fish Identification
– Wreck Diver