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Deep DiverThe recommended depth limit for recreational divers — even those with considerable experience — is 100 feet. Unfortunately, most of diving’s most dramatic walls and many of its best wrecks lie in depths approaching 130 feet.

Once divers pass the 100-foot mark, potential problems such as narcosis, accelerated gas consumption and rapidly diminishing no-stop time increase exponentially. To better help divers deal with these challenges, Just Add Water offers the Deep Diver Specialty course. 

 

What is Involved?

This course involves self study, followed by a single classroom session, during which you will go over equipment and discuss upcoming dives and skills. This is followed by open-water training dives.

 

Where Do You Learn?

Except as noted, classroom sessions take place either at our Willoughby or Fairview Park locations. Locally conducted open-water training dives generally take place at Gilboa Quarry or on one of our Group Dive Trips.

 

When Can You Start?

Class: June 27th: Willoughby or  June 28th: Fairview Park

Dives: June 30th and July 1st: Gilboa Quarry

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Class: July 11th: Willoughby or July 12th: Fairview Park

Dives: July 14th and 15th: Gilboa Quarry

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Class: August 29th: Willoughby or Class: August 30th: Fairview Park

Dives: September 1st and 2nd: Tobermory

 

 

Please Note:While we make every effort to ensure that the information appearing on our website is accurate and up-to-date, it is your responsibility to call Just Add Water at least 24 hours in advance to confirm date, time and meeting place.  Just Add Water reserves the right to cancel up to 48 hours in advance, due to low registrations, weather related concerns, or other unforeseen circumstances.  In the event that Just Add Water makes a cancellation we will make every effort to find a suitable option for rescheduling. Just Add Water is not responsible for any monetary loss related to travel expenses including but not limited to, hotel accommodations, rental vehicles, etc.

How Much Does It Cost?

The course fee is $215 per person. Students are responsible for transportation, lodging, meals, dive site admission, and must supply the items listed below.

 

What Equipment Will You Need?

Required Equipment: Students are also responsible for supplying the following:

  • Mask, snorkel, fins
  • Adequate exposure protection
  • One cylinder per dive
  • Weight system, weights
  • Buoyancy Control Device (BCD)
  • Regulator/alternate air source
  • Dive computer or depth gauge and timer
  • Underwater compass
  • Primary and backup dive lights
  • Tank marker light
  • Audible surface signal
  • Surface signal (safety tube)
  • Cutting tool
  • Slate

Some items may be available for rental.

Proper equipment is essential for your safety & comfort while scuba diving. While we do have an extensive rental department and can lend you most required diving equipment, please be aware that you will be required to supply your own set of scuba appropriate, mask, fins and snorkel (we do not rent these items.) If you do not already own these items, please stop by Just Add Water to be educated on the different styles and what will work best for your diving habits. Being professionally fitted, (especially for your scuba mask) is essential. Your comfort and safety are of utmost importance to us at Just Add Water. We will do everything we can to make sure you are comfortable in your gear and enjoying your scuba experiences to the fullest.

 

How Do You Sign Up?

Just call or visit either Just Add Water location.

 

Need Forms?

Vist our Downloads page to access any waiver, medical and other forms you may need for upcoming Just Add Water scuba courses or experiences.