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PADI Open Water Certification E-learning Course

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Student Ages 10+
$615

PADI Referral version with E-learning

Do the PADI elearning option and the water classes with us on site. PADI e-learning Theory Course: we’ll sign you up, must be completed beforehand.  E-learling must be purchased separate.

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1- Day 1 pool $85.00 plus tax

2- DAy 2 -dive 1 and 2 $175.oo plus tax in Fajardo reefs

3- DAy 3 -dive 3 and 4 $175.oo plus tax in Fajardo reefs

 

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PADI OPEN WATER AND ADVANCED OPENWATER  CERTIFICATION (E-learning Version) – 5 DAYS (5- OPEN WATER DIVES)
  

·      Cost Per Person is $1,025 with all gear included and e-learning code.

·      Get 15% discount regular price if you sign up for the 2 courses.

DAY 1 – Confined Pool Lesson from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Complete all skill required for the PADI confined portion of the course.

DAY 2 – FAjardo: Dive 1 and 2 for the open water course- from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.

DAY 3 – Local Fajardo Keys: Dive 3 and 4 for the open water course- 2 tank dive trip from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.

The boat departs from the Marina at 9:00 am arriving the first dive site around 9:35 am.  A wall like coral reef in waters from 20 to 75 feet deep with a visit to one of the coral nurseries that Sea Ventures build.  After the first dive; snacks and refreshments are offered before getting to the second dive site.  Once on the second dive site, a colorful coral reef going as deep as 50 feet.  Great pillar corals, sponges, sea turtles and rays among some of the marine life can be seen during the dives.

DAY 4 – Fajardo: Dive 1, 2 and 3  for the Advanced open water course- from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.

DAY 5 – Culebra Island: Dive 4 and 5 for the Advanced open water course- from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.

The boat departs from the Marina at 9:00 am arriving the first dive site in Culebra Island around 10:00 am.  A secluded, pristine coral reef in calm waters not deeper than 50 feet.  After the first dive; snacks and refreshments are offered before getting to the second dive site.  Once on the second dive site, another pristine wall of coral reef going as deep as 50 feet.  Magnificent sea fans, lobsters, and sea turtles among some of the marine life can be seen during the dives.  Then, the boat is moved to a beautiful white powder looking sandy beach where lunch is served and customers can enjoy relaxing in the beach for a while before heading back to the Marina.