PADI Certification for Young Divers
Vancouver Diving Locker’s Kids Scuba Camp is designed to introduce scuba diving to young people, in a safe and fun atmosphere.
During each one week camp (5 Days Total), students will partake in 5 classroom sessions, and 5 pool diving sessions.Participants will find themselves navigating through hoola hoops, playing underwater frisbee, watching diving movies, and even exploring the scenes at The Vancouver Aquarium.
Before you begin, put your thinking cap on.
You don’t always dive in the same place. Or do the same kind of diving. As your skills increase, your equipment needs will change. We believe all diving systems should be flexible and have varied capabilities.
At Zeagle we think of equipment not as separate components but as a system. Your gear must fit you in every respect. Virtally all our equipment is based on a modular design concept – all components are compatible with each other. That said, you have to start somewhere. Here are a few things to think about.
This was my most incredible day of teaching scuba!
I had a private student for Open Water training. When we got to Whytecliff Park around 11 am we were ready to get in the water on such a wet day. As soon as we got down to the beach I could see a pot of orcas on the right side of the left islet. I did not trust my eyes. The water was just boiling! Looked like they were feeding on something. They must have been 7-8 whales going nuts, jumping, splashing their fins. No idea what was going on but it lasted for over half hour, they moved into the middle of the bay, close to the light house, back to the middle. As time is passing by I told my student we should get in the water and start our dive, we might encounter them under water. I asked him how he feels about that and he just answered, sure, lets do it. I would be a good snack for them!