After months of uncertainty and struggling with the pandemic, many industries are starting to cautiously reopen. Inclusive with that reopening are scuba diving operations and scuba training. Although, our industry is reopening in many places, we are not offering traveling for now (not even domestic) until further notice.
Thus, we are keeping all our training locally. Our local diving site, Dutch Springs, is reopening for scuba activities on Thursday July, 9th with some restrictions and protocols. To learn about those protocols and restrictions in Dutch Springs please click here.
We are so exited to invite you to come outdoors for a dive, to cool off, and to blow bubbles with us! We at Rey Diving are following industry covid-safe protocols when conducting scuba classes, and while we understand that some divers will sit out for now, there is a bright side to hitting the water as soon as local guidelines allow.
- Small groups, this means less crowds above and underwater.
- Higher Instructor-to-student ratio. This is one of the best times to be learning scuba.
- Experience local diving. Since traveling is limited, why not taking an easy drive and adventure into local diving? Check it out!
- Surely you have been out of the water for several months, this is a great opportunity to take a refresher.
The following are the dates for our scuba instruction to be conducted in Dutch Springs. Groups are forming now with limited capacity.
July 18-19 and August 15-16 Open Water checkout dives and certification
July 25-26 Advanced Open Water Diver course
August 1-2 Rescue Diver course
July 17 Confined water training (call or email)
August 14 Confined water training (call or email)
Refresher and specialty courses upon request
You can start your eLearning any time, click here.
Pool sessions will restart around mid- August
More dates coming up!
For more information about any scuba training, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 347-610-8733
Hope to see you soon, underwater!