Get wet again with the PADI Scuba Reviw Refresher program.
The PADI Scuba Review is also known as a refresher course. It is designed for certified divers who need refreshing on their Scuba skills. Especially if it has been over a year since you been in the water. This course is also a prerequisite for continuing education courses such as upgrading from a junior diver or PADI Scuba diver.
Ready to get back in the water?We have 3 options for you to choose from depending on your experience and comfort level.
Our full Scuba review programOur full 2 ½ day Scuba Review program, is great for divers who have not been in the water in a long time (over 2 year) or for a diver who has logged less than 10 open water dives since certification.
Especially if the diver completed their open water course and never really dove afterwards, this is a great course to take to get back in the water safely. During our full Scuba Review you will go over all your basic Scuba skills as well as refreshing your academic knowledge.
Essentially, it’s the open water course without the pressure of the having to take the open water exam. This is also a great way of joining your friends or family who are taking the open water Scuba dive course and refresher on skills. This is program that typically mirrors the PADI Open Water Scuba Diver Course schedule.
Scuba Review 1 Day Boat Dive Adventure TripOur Scuba Review 1 day boat dive adventure trip is for experienced divers who have logged over 15 dives but have not been in the water and over 2 years. This is a great way to get back in the water safely and explore our outer reef system under the direct supervision of your PADI instructor.
During your Scuba review you and your instructor will go over all of your basics Scuba skills, do a quick academic refresher and then head out for 2 open water dives on the outer reefs under the direct supervision of your instructor. This is a full day program that starts at 8 AM and finishes around 5:30 PM.
Quick SCUBA ReviewOur quick Scuba Review is an inexpensive way for experienced divers to refresh their skills. This program is for divers who have logged over 25 dives but have not been in the water and over 2 years. This is a great way to get back in the water and explore under the direct supervision of an instructor.
During your Scuba Review we will go over all of the basics Scuba skills, do a quick academic refresher and then go out for a single tank beach dive to practice and explore our shallow reefs. This is an excellent option to get you back in the water refreshed and ready for our outer reef boat dive adventures.
Most dive operations in the world require that divers take a refresher course if it has been over one year since their last dive. This program will satisfy those requirements. The duration of this program is approximately three hours and is conducted off the beach.
The course is performance-based so we do not like to rush. We want to make sure everyone is safe and fully understands the skills of the day. So there is a start time but never a set finish time.
Training PrerequisitesPADI Open Water Scuba Diver, PADI Jr Open Water Scuba Diver or qualifying certification from another training organization equivalent.
Age RequirementsThe PADI Scuba Review is for ages 10 Years and Older.
Waivers and Liability ReleasesAll participants will need to have a completed set of liability releases signed and dated prior to any in water training. Note: Participants under the age of 18 will need to have a parent or guardian signatures as well. No exceptions.
This will depend on the program you select.Full Scuba Review 2 ½ days 1 day boat dive adventure trip Quick Scuba Review 3 hours
Once a student has completed all of their performance requirements, there is the option of processing a new card. This is done at an additional cost. Typically this process is for Junior open water divers who are looking for their open water diver certification card or if you would like to change the picture on your card.
Depth Restrictions After Certification
This PADI course does not increase your current certifications maximum depth rating. Note: if you are a certified Jr. Open Water Scuba diver that has just turned 15. Once you complete your PADI Scuba Review you will receive a new PADI Open Water Scuba diver card with new depth restrictions.