Scuba Shack Weekly – Volume 3, Number 29
It was really great to get back into the water over the weekend at Fort Wetherill. The weather was quite warm and the water felt really good. We had a very good turnout (13 divers in the water) and enjoyed Jamestown. Our season has started.
We have locked in our class schedule for the next couple of months. You can check out our course calendar for the specific dates. Our Open Water class next week is full and our early August class is filling up fast. Classes are limited to six students. If you know someone who is interested in becoming a scuba diver – now is the time to enroll.
With our trips to Dutch Springs in August and September, we hope that people interested in Advanced Open Water make the trek down to complete this important step in your diving education. Then you will be ready for our Rescue Diver class in the early part of October. You can close out this very challenging year by becoming a PADI Rescue Diver. Details on this class will be out soon. Keep it on your radar.
I recently have gone through several electronic learning courses with Divers Alert Network. They have a pretty neat course for entry-level divers, those wanting a refresher or individuals who want to learn more about the fundamentals of diving limits. The course covers air consumption, impacts on your ears, buoyancy control, ascents and your personal responsibility. If you are interested in taking this class, please send me your email address by using the “Contact Jeff” area below. Best of all – IT’S FREE!
Don’t forget about our tank order. If you are in the market for a new scuba tank, please get in on our semi-annual purchase by July 22. Tell us what you want, put 50% down and pay the balance when you pick up your ready to dive scuba tank.
Thanks for tuning in,