Instead of asking yourself, “Why dive using a full face or integrated mask”, perhaps you should be asking: Why not? Sometimes conservativism can obscure advantages that would substantially improve our activities. We are resistant to change. Yet if we open our minds we realize something else exists beyond what we’ve become used to using or doing. Now you can extend your diving with a full face or integrated diving mask.
Join one of our Try Full Face Mask Diving pool demonstrations.
Open Water Divers who are at least 15 years old, and with at least 10 logged dives after being certified, can enroll in the Full Face Mask Diver course.
During a pool session and two scuba dives you’ll learn to:
Also, the first dive of this course may credit as an Adventure Dive toward your Advanced Open Water Diver certification – ask us about earning credit.
Course tuition includes:
*Scuba park admission, air fills and scuba equipment rental not included. Add $120 if you require rental regulator, BCD and dive computer.
Stop by or call us to enroll in the course and get the materials you’ll need. By studying before the dives, you’ll be better prepared to start practicing your full face and integrated diving mask skills when you go diving with your instructor.
Besides your basic scuba equipment, you’ll need a full face or integrated diving mask, a standard dive mask and an appropriate alternate air source. These are available to rent for your course. Your instructor may suggest other gear that may help with your dives as well.
With your PADI Full Face Mask Diver certification, you’re well on your way toward earning additional specialty diver certifications, the Advanced Open Water Diver certification, or the prestigious Master Scuba Diver certification. You may want to expand your diving skills even more with the Rescue Diver course. Ask your instructor or divemaster, stop by, or give us a call for more details.