As an Open Water Diver you have basic entry level knowledge of what it takes to get out there and go diving. Continue your adventure by taking Specialty Courses. You choose which program best fits your needs in order to reach your personal goals in diving.
Group 1– $135 or $235 for privates
- Drift Diving (formerly called Waves, Tides & Currents)
- Boat Diving
- Equipment Techniques
- Search & Recovery
- Advanced Buoyancy Techniques
Group 2– $199 or $299 for privates (includes on-line training materials)
- Night/Limited Visibility
- Wreck Diving
- Deep Diving
- Solo Diving
All other group specialties (includes on-line training materials)
Nitrox Diving–$250 or private $350
- Includes 2 tanks of Nitrox
Drysuit Diving–$299 or private $399
- Includes use of Drysuit, undergarment, hood, boots & hose
Rescue Diving–$350 or private $450
- Includes rescue diver slate
CPROX–$99 or private $199
- O2 provider, CPR, First Aid
Single Specialties–Sign up for any specialty course that is offered that month. You can start taking specialties as soon as you are a certified Open Water Diver. Minimum of 2 people per class for group courses.
Advanced Diver Rating— requires any 4-Specialty Courses and a total of 25 logged dives. Upon completion of your course and the required logged dives you will receive your Advanced Diver Certification Card.
Master Diver Rating–requires 4 specialties, plus Rescue Diver, O2, First Aid & CPR and 50 logged dives. Upon completion of your course and required logged dives you will receive your Master Diver Rating as well as the Master Diver Jacket. All courses must be completed at Anacortes Diving.
Specialty courses do not include equipment unless noted. If you do not own your own diving system you will need to make arrangements for rental equipment at an additional fee.