Scuba Lesson With Ride on Dive Propulsion Vehicle For One (£15) or Two (£25) at Divemaster Scuba (Up to 75% Off)
- Five-star PADI-rated centre
- Beginner, refresher and advanced courses
- Up to two-hour session
- Suitable for complete beginners
- Basic scuba training provided by veteran diving instructors
- Ride on DPV propels divers around the pool
- Teaches key skills with specialised training games
- All equipment provided
- DVD of session included
Limit 1 per person or 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 7-day cancellation policy. Valid Tue and Wed 6.30pm-8.30pm only. Must be 14 or older. Must pass diving medical. Must bring swim kit and t-shirt. Max. 8 people per class. Valid at Beechdale Swimming Centre (NG8 3LL). Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 25 May 2012 at 1.59pm.
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Scuba divers can often be found scouring majestic corals, hunting for buried treasure, or combing the bottom of wells for change for the bus home. Take a ride with today's Groupon from Divemaster Scuba. Choose from the following options:• £15 for a scuba lesson with a ride on a dive propulsion vehicle for one person (70% off)
• £25 for a scuba lesson with a ride on a dive propulsion vehicle for two people (75% off)
Gleaming with five-star prowess, this PADI dive centre helps first-time divers grow their water wings and trainee tutors develop into fully fledged instructors. Divemaster Scuba offers specialist courses, club holidays, advanced qualifications, and snorkelling training, ensuring frog men of all abilities can jump at the chance to explore the depths of their own skill. The school also tempts guests to let out their inner spy, employing state-of-the-art propulsion vehicles that let divers soar through the water.
Dipping toes into a large training pool, visitors can enjoy two hours of scuba training, where they will get to grips with breathing equipment and apparatus. After finding their sea legs, guests can turn things up a gear and take the helm of a dive propulsion vehicle, whizzing through the water at an impressive speed. The fun will continue with some larking around and games which will be recorded onto a DVD for participants to take home. The diving practice can also be counted towards any PADI courses undertaken in the future.