PADI Seal Team

Description

The PADI Seal Team adventure is a fun way to learn to dive for younger participants, it is divided into a series of Missions, which allow the participant to practice the basic skills of SCUBA diving in a safe pool environment and then to get a better understanding of some of the specialities that they could learn if they become a PADI Junior Open Water Diver or above. The missions are designed to maintain the attention of younger participants and so only last an hour each, but we hold several mission dives each week, subject to demand, making it ideal for young families staying in one of our local campsites.

The Seal Team is divided into two parts, the first concentrates on basic skills and some key Aquamissions, taking a total of around 5 hours, then we allow the participant to choose from 10 special missions, each of which take a further hour.

All equipment is provided, bring swimsuit and towel.

Age Range

A child must be 8 years old or older and must be comfortable in the water, but no prior experience is necessary. Parental approval is required.

Prerequisites

None

Price

Please visit our price list page by clicking here

 

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Been a busy few days at Viewpoint, with dive against debris dives, project aware course, and a digital photograph level 1 to 2 upgrade course, well done to Blaise for doing them all, keep collecting the rubbish from the sea.
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Nice little 54 min dive on southern reef at Portmellon, visibility well down due to SE winds and bit choppy getting in, but all in all a great dive.
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