You may already have your PADI Open Water Certification or basic certification from another agency, but if you have not been in the water within the last six months to three years and are planning to dive in the near future, you should enroll in ReActivate – our scuba review and tune-up program. (If you have not been diving in more than five years, we do suggest you take the Open Water Diver course again.)
Whether you want a few reminders or need to go over the basics, Scuba Shack’s ReActivate is personalized for you:
- ReActivate and review academic topics on your computer, mobile device or tablet. Get started now.
- Contact Scuba Shack to arrange to meet with one of our instructors for a brief academic review and to refresh your scuba skills in the pool.
What will I need?
As a certified diver, you should have everything you need. You will need to provide your own scuba-quality mask, snorkel, fins and boots. We will supply tanks, weight, belt, BCD and regulator. If you already own your own gear, we strongly suggest you use it, but it should have been recently serviced.
You will need to complete a medical history questionnaire prior to the start of the course. It is available online to download. If you answer YES to any question, you will need to have your physician sign the form clearing you for diving activities before any in-water training.
How long will it take?
The online review can be completed in as little as two hours, and you’ll spend three to four hours with us during the review and pool session.
Just one evening.
Results to Expect?
A comprehensive review and an excellent introduction to our Buoyancy & Control class.
Call Scuba Shack for pricing. Group rates available.