• INTRO TO SCUBA

INTRO TO SCUBA

Take your fist breathe underwater in a pool, and discover the possibilties of exploring the underwater world.  The Intro To Scuba is a diving adventure the whole family can enjoy.  We know once you attend this program, you will enjoy it.

Description: This is an introductory, resort style course that is a non-certification program suitable to introduce non-divers to scuba diving in a pool. The participant may conduct an optional open water dive to a maximum depth of 20ft. Instruction should be limited to the knowledge and skills needed to dive with minimal risk within the limitations of these standards.

Once you successfully complete your pool training.  You can continue your adventure by enrolling in the Open Water Scuba Diver Course.

Price includes:  pool training, mask, snorkel, fins, wetsuit, BCD, regulator, weights and tank with air.

It is recommanded that participants purchase gloves and hoods from Riverside Scuba.

Participants receive a 20% discount on all gear.

Starting from
$76.00

Availability: Contact us for booking information

The On-line E-learning portion shall be successfully completed prior to your scheduled pool Session. Then you must visit Riverside Scuba to read, discuss and sign this document, a Release of Liability, Waiver of Claims, Express Assumption of Risk And Indemnity Agreement, Express Assumption of Risk Associated With Diving And Related Activities form and Diver Medical & Participant Questionnaire Directions form. The medical questionnaire shall be completed before the pool session begins.

This program is approximately 3 hours in a pool with a dive professional.  During this time, you will learn to experience your first breaths underwater and other fun skills as follows:

  • Breathe from regulator underwater
  • Learn to assemble and disassemble your scuba unit
  • Learn hand communications
  • Locate, recover and purge a regulator second stage and resume breathing
  • Experience your first breath underwater
  • Equalize pressure in the body and equipment spaces, during descent 
  • Maintain buoyancy control with minimal assistance during the underwater dive
  • Surface safely while breathing from a regulator
  • Monitor the submersible pressure gauge and depth gauge
  • Establish surface floatation with BC using power inflator

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