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Children ages 10 and up can enjoy professional scuba certification too! This is a family sport!

Bubble Maker's Children's Scuba Party Programs for Children 10+ years old allow them to enjoy a one day packed full of fun under the water. They will actually train inside the safety of a pool using gear specially sized for them. This would be the most memorable party for any kid! We do underwater photography and videography of the event, include food, fun, games and location that has several water slides and other fun. We use the Bob Makinson Aquatic Center or can come to your private pool. Dolphina our Scuba Lessons Inc.'s Charachter dolphin also can join the fun. Diving is great excercise and allows children to understand the underwater world. Professional certification for children and the whole family is also available.


ALL STUDENTS MUST PROVIDE PERSONAL DIVE MASK, SNORKEL, FINS & BOOTS.
(WE HAVE AVAILABLE AN ECONOMY PACKAGE IN OUR ONLINE STORE)

Call Ms. Tina to set up Bubble Maker Party, Seal Team Training, Any Junior Diver Program listed above

Phone: (321) 299-5796

sealteamThe PADI Seal Team Program

The PADI Seal Team is for young divers who are looking for action-packed fun in a pool by doing exciting scuba AquaMissions.

Have you ever wondered what it's like to dive with flashlights, take digital pictures underwater or float effortlessly like an astronaut? These are AquaMissions that introduce you to wreck, navigation, buoyancy, underwater photography, environmental awareness and more.

Here's your chance to do some cool stuff in the pool, meet friends and share in the adventure of the underwater world.

The Fun PartKids love learning more about scuba diving with the PADI Seal Team Aquamissions

 

The best part of the Specialty AquaMissions is they reinforce save diving skills while the kids are having fun. PADI Seals get to sample a wide variety of dives.

In addition, it provides parents with a structured program that lets their children develop skills, learn about the aquatic environment and have a lot of good, clean fun. This is also an excellent way to introduce kids to scuba diving prior to full Open Water Diver certification.

What You Learn

The PADI Seal Team program is broken into two parts.

Part one, AquaMissions 1 - 5, teaches kids the basics of diving - things like buoyancy control, mask clearing, regulator recovery, etc.

After building a solid foundation of scuba skills, kids move on to part two. Part two is full of specialty AquaMissions, which usually last about an hour.

PADI Seal Team

Prerequisites

To participate in PADI Seal Team, a child

  • Must be at least 10 years old

Your Next Adventure

Upon successful completion of the first five AquaMissions, students become a PADI Seal Team member. Upon successful completion of 10 additional specialty Aqua Missions, students become Master Seal Team members.

Master Seal Team Program

What is it?

Once you have completed your Seal Team certification by completing Aquamissions 1-5, you can work toward your Master Seal Team certification!  Now that you have the basic skills down, you can practice and hone your diving skills while having a great time learning specialty skills.

To become a Master Seal, you need to complete 10 specialty Aquamissions.  You will get to complete the following specialty Aquamissions:

  • CREATURE ID SPECIALIST - Learn to identify underwater creatures
  • ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST - Learn skills to keep the environment clean
  • INNER SPACE SPECIALIST - Explore weightlessness in the pool
  • NAVIGATION SPECIALIST - Find your way underwater with a cool compass
  • NIGHT SPECIALIST - Use an underwater light to find your way
  • SAFETY SPECIALIST - Learn about underwater safety and help others
  • SEARCH AND RECOVERY SPECIALIST - Use a lift bag, tie knots and find things
  • SKIN DIVER SPECIALIST - Learn to use your snorkel in the pool
  • SNAPSHOT SPECIALIST - Use an underwater camera to take pictures
  • WRECK SPECIALIST - Dive on a "shipwreck" in the pool and map it

What do I need?

As a Master Seal, you will need to have you own Mask, Fins and Snorkel and Deck Bag. Scuba Lessons Inc. will provide all of the professional SCUBA gear for you. You will also need the Master Seal Team Crew pack, but you will use your current Seal Team video, activity book and log book. So just sign up and lets get going!

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bubblemakerBubblemaker (ages 8+) 

This is a good way for children to experience scuba diving in the pool in less than six feet of water. Celebrate a birthday by throwing a memorable, exciting Bubblemaker party with friends at your local community pool, private pool or local dive shop poo or resort, all kids signed up at the birthday party over 10 will get to try scuba diving!
Bubble Maker Fun Parties.. An experience they will talk about for years!

Try a bubblemaker birthday party for a unique scuba experienceYoungsters can join in the family fun of scuba diving or even start a trend! Children should be comfortable in the water, but they don’t have to be super swimmers. With youngsters in mind, the maximum depth is only 2 metres/ 6 feet. Parents do need to be present for the scuba sessions and we provide videos and pictures of the experience as well as underwater cameras the participants keep. We also provide the birhtday child a mask, snorkel and fin set to keep if there are at least three participants and the birthday child is free, when you have a minimum of 5 participants, $85 per participant inlcudes everything. We bring it all and clean up afterwards.

Typical sessions last about two-three and a half hours (gear up and fun included)

Also available as an open water experience $99 if solo birthday child (2 metres/ 6 feet max. depth)

What You LearnScuba gear is especially fitted for children in the PADI Bubblemaker program

Kids get a chance to :

Experience what scuba diving is like under the direct care and supervision of our professionally certified and insured and experienced Instructors, take their first breaths underwater, learn about and use scuba diving equipment made for children – not adults and have a total blast taking pictures, doing aqua missions and just having the experience of a lifetime. This is one birthday your child will NEVER forget!

The Scuba Gear You Use

Children use all the basic scuba gear, which is made for their size and stature.

 

 

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Junior Open Water Diver (ages 10-14) 

Young people can take the full PADI Open Water Diver scuba certification course and upon completion will become Junior Open Water Divers with certain age limitations for scuba diving:

Junior Open Water Divers ages 10-11 years old must dive with a PADI Professional or certified parent/guardian. Dives must not exceed 12 metres /40 feet.

Junior Open Water Divers ages 12-14 years old must dive with a certified adult. (13+ years old can take the Open Water Diver course online.

PADI Junior Adventure Diver  and PADI Junior Open Water DiverJunior Advanced Open Water Diver(ages 12-14) 

Young people can continue the adventure and build their skills by taking the Advanced Open Water Diver course with a few limitations

Junior Open Water Divers ages 10-11 years must complete three adventure dives to become a Junior Adventure Diver. They must dive with an instructor, a divemaster Professional or certified parent/guardian.  Dives must   not exceed 12 metres/ 40 feet

Junior Open Water Divers ages 12-14 years may complete three Adventure Dives to earn the Junior Adventure Diver rating or five Adventure Dives to earn the Junior Advanced Open Water rating.

PADI Junior Rescue DiverJunior Rescue Diver (ages 12-14) 

Young divers ages 12-14 rise to challenges and learn how to master them in the PADI or NAUI Rescue Diver course. Upon completion, they become Junior Rescue Divers. They must dive with a certified adult. hamiltonboys

Junior Master Diver (ages 12-14) 

Young divers ages 12-14 can continue building experience and exploring unique diving environments on their way to the Master Scuba Diver Rating. They must dive with a certified adult while mastering five independant specialties to an expert level. The more you know about diving the better example you can be and the safer a diver you generally can be. The knowledge that you gain through this program will help you into adult hood as a scuba diver.

Boy Scout Merrit Badge Program (ages 10+)  Key facts you need to know about the merit badge are as follows:

Completing the Scuba Diving merit badge will result in the boy scout achieving an open water certification enabling him to dive around the world with the appropriate supervision, based on his age.

There are two important roles for this merit badge - the merit badge counselor and a certified dive instructor

Sometimes this may be the same person.

More likely, the counselor will be an existing BSA adult member.

Always the instructor will be one certified by PADI or NAUI

The instructor does NOT have to be a BSA member.

Earning the Scuba Diving merit badge is open to all Boy Scout-age youth (10+). There are, however, limitations based on age with respect to how deep and with whom a boy can dive. These limitations vary by certifying organization.

Completion of the Swimming merit badge is a requirement of the merit badge and must be completed prior to entering into scuba training portion of the requirements.

Boys with a current open water certification will NOT have to recertify in order to earn the merit badge. They will, however, have to have completed the Swimming merit badge, present their certification to the merit badge counselor and complete all the other requirements. There are three important pieces of information which must be fully reviewed by the merit badge counselor prior to approving any Scout for the merit badge: the merit badge requirements, the notes to counselor and the scuba policy of the Guide to Safe Scouting.