Open Water Diver Course - Get Certified!
The PADI Open Water Diver Course offers a lifetime certification to dive to 60 feet/18 meters anywhere in the world. Once you have completed the course you will receive a certification card you can take anywhere in the world as a record of your training experience.
What does it involve?
Open Water Course including Drysuit Training:
BONUS! FREE DIVE!
Once you have registered, the option to pay online will appear.
Rockfish Divers will be in touch with you on how to proceed with your open water course.
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We offer courses every month! If our format doesn't work with your schedule - Email us! We may be able to arrange times outside of the below dates. We'll try our best to coordinate around your schedule. Sometimes we can schedule courses during the week with a min. of 2-3 people.
Schedule: Type in "open water course" using the search button on the top right of the calendar below - all open water course start dates will be listed. Can't find a date you really want - ask us! We may be able to accommodate you, especially if there are at least 3 people.
The ONLY dive centre to train you in a DRYSUIT and from the comfort of custom dive boats!
Why Learn on a Boat?
When first learning to scuba dive, many students experience a steep learning curve with the excess gear - a 35 lb scuba tank, 35-40lbs of lead weight, a hood, gloves etc. is a lot of equipment when you are trying to learn in a unique new environment. When we teach shore dives, many students find it difficult to navigate the shores of BC with an extra 75+ lbs of weight on their back. Diving in cold water can be more challenging than diving in the tropics; as such, we do our best to eliminate unnecessary challenges for our students.
Questions to think about before choosing where to take your open water course...
Want to stay safe? Here are some things to think about when choosing where to take your training:
Who is teaching you?
What is the condition of the dive equipment you use in?