Scuba Rangers


Scuba Rangers

Scuba Rangers is a one-week, summer-camp-style program where kids seven and up do all the cool, fun scuba things adults do under water — but in the safe, shallow confines of our pool. Now kids can experience the weightlessness of an astronaut and the freedom of a fish.

Scuba Rangers is the alternative to certification for the very young. Parents unsure as to whether scuba diving is right for their child(ren) view Scuba Rangers as a stepping stone to eventual certification.

Scuba Rangers

Scuba Rangers enjoy the thrill of breathing under water while developing important lifesaving skills and having lots of fun doing it. Each child gets a t-shirt, textbook, lunch, beverage and snacks.

Though this is not a certification course, these kids are permitted to dive in our pool under the direct supervision of an Instructor or scuba-certified parent. Children must be seven or older and able to clear a mask while under water before going to the deep end.

Enhance your child’s imagination with the controlled and highly supervised adventure sport of scuba diving through Scuba Rangers, a nationwide program.

Who?

Who?

You need to be at least seven years of age and able to either answer No to all of the questions on the RSTC Medical History form, or secure a physician’s approval prior to taking part.

What is Involved?

What?

In each session, students complete activities under instructor supervision that are designed to help them master fundamental scuba skills, while learning the principles and procedures for safe diving.

Where?

Where?

All activities take place right here at Harry’s Dive Shop. We are among the few dive centers in the country with our own indoor, heated swimming pool. This 16-foot-deep pool was designed specifically for diver training. It provides unbeatable convenience and enjoyment.

When?

When?

When Can You Try It? Scuba Ranger programs last for one week. They run Monday through Friday, from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm. 2017 starting dates include:

  • Monday, June 5, 2017
  • Monday, July 24, 2017

Please be aware that, while we make every effort to keep our listings accurate and up to date, you should always call the store to confirm starting dates and times.

How Much?

How Much?

The course fee is $425 per student. Students must supply the items listed below.

 

Required Equipment

Required Equipment

Participants will need to supply:

  • Mask.
  • Snorkel.
  • Fins.
  • Swim suit.
  • Towel

Wetsuits are recommended. We provide everything else. Students should come to class wearing their swimsuits under their clothes.

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