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Ocean Frontiers Diving & Snorkeling Adventures in the Cayman Islands

Try Scuba Diving with a Resort Course in the Cayman Islands

Try Scuba Diving with a Resort Course in the Cayman Islands
Try scuba in the Cayman Islands and experience the incredible underwater world like never before! Start in the pool with basic skills and then find out what scuba diving in the Caribbean is all about.

Trips Per Diver

Live the experience of a lifetime! Discover the wonders of the famous Caribbean coral reefs under the guidance of a experienced and passionate scuba instructor. Try Scuba Diving in the Cayman Islands without the commitment of getting a full certification. This half day experience is perfect for anyone that likes to snorkel but wishes they could be a little bit closer to the beautiful marine life that live just out of reach. A must-do activity in the Cayman Islands. 

The PADI Discover Scuba experience is a once in a lifetime opportunity to take your first breaths underwater and explore our shallow reefs in East End that are protected by the barrier reef. We offer a premium service to all our student divers by including the eLearning in our course price so there's less steps for you and more free-time spent learning and having fun. The course paperwork will also be sent ahead of your arrival to be filled out online to ensure there are no unexpected delays to the start of your course with us.

Prerequisites

  • 10 years or older
  • Medically fit to scuba dive (review Medical Questionnaire here)
  • Note: All official course paperwork will be sent via email to be filled out online before the start date.

Course Cost & Breakdown per person

  • PADI Discover Scuba premium experience: US$ 160
    • Includes Instruction Fees, full gear rental and 1 boat dive to 25 feet
    • Includes PADI eLearning
  • Independent Online Study Commitment: 20 - 30 minutes
  • Half day experience at Ocean Frontiers in East End
    • Morning Class - 7:45 AM till 11:30 AM
    • Afternoon Class - 1 PM till 4:30 PM

Highlights

  • Learn what it takes to breathe underwater with PADI eLearning
  • Practice 5 essential scuba skills in our dedicated scuba training pool
  • Feel safer with our conservative 4 students to 1 instructor maximum ratio
  • Do your first scuba dive off our student dive boat on our house reef only 5 minutes away
  • Explore a lively coral reef on scuba, under the expert supervision of your dive instructor
  • Get the opportunity to join our luxury 2-Tank dive boat with a Repeat Resort dive trip

Where to go from here?

Once you complete the Discover Scuba experience with us you can choose what you want to do next.

  • Get certified as a PADI Scuba Diver and dive anywhere in the world up to 40 feet (12 metres).
    • Only takes 1 full day: a morning pool session followed by an afternoon 1-tank dive
    • PADI Scuba Diver course: US$ 300
  • Join us for as many days of diving as you like with our Repeat Resort dive trips
    • 1-Tank Repeat Resort - Max depth 25 feet (7 metres) - US$ 180
    • 2-Tank Repeat Resort - Max depth 40 feet (12 metres) - US$ 250
      • Dive with us on our luxury Newton dive boats beyond the barrier reef
  • Go all the way and get your PADI Open Water Diver certification with us!

 

The Ocean Frontiers Difference

Reader's Choice - Caribbeans Best Dive Operator

First Class Newton Dive Boats & Training Dive Pool

Highest Quality Rental Equipment

 

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the difference between a Resort course and a Discover Scuba experience?

The terms are interchangeable and refer to the same thing. We are a PADI 5 Star Dive Centre that offers PADI courses like the Discover Scuba Diving experience. Other scuba training organisations may offer the same experience by a slightly different name.

Do I need to repeat the pool session when doing the Repeat Resort dive trips?

Repeat Resort Dives do not require you to repeat the classroom or pool training session, but do require you to be directly supervised by a Dive Instructor or Divemaster while Scuba Diving to a maximum depth of 40 feet.

How do I get started with PADI eLearning?

Once you have booked and paid for your PADI experience with us, we will send you the primary booker an email with access to the eLearning. This needs to be shared with everyone that is participating in the Discover Scuba experience with you. The link in the email will redirect you to PADI's website where you will need to create a PADI account and sign the course paperwork. Each participant needs to have their own PADI account and course paperwork. Minors will need a parental guardian present to sign on their behalf.

How long do you have to complete the eLearning course?

You have lifetime access to the eLearning content, however the quizzes should only be completed within 7 days of your Discover Scuba experience with us as we need the information fresh in your memory to make for a smooth course experience.

How do you document that you've completed the eLearning segment?

Once you finish the eLearning portion of the course, the Ocean Frontiers Dive Center is notified that you have completed it and that you are ready for the practical phase of the program.

I got a Yes on the Diver Medical Questionnaire. What does that mean?

Once you sign all the course paperwork online, PADI should contact you via email to inform you of the need to get a doctor's medical evaluation prior to doing any inwater activities with us. A "yes" does not rule you out from scuba diving, but just means that it requires further evaluation from a medical professional. Download the signed diver medical that PADI will send you via email and take it with you to your doctor. Bring the approved documents with you to give to your instructor.

What is the difference between the PADI Scuba Diver and PADI Open Water Diver certifications?

A PADI Scuba Diver certification takes half the time to complete requiring only 2 ocean dives. The certification enables you to dive anywhere in the world up to a depth of 40 feet with the direct supervision of a scuba diving professional. The PADI Open Water Diver course requires more theory, pool training and 4 ocean dives. This will give you the ability to dive deeper to 60 feet without the need of supervising professional.