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PADI Open Water

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The course is a full certification course. If you want to do more than just a single day of diving and you want to know how to dive with other divers along the famous Turks and Caicos walls, or in other locations around the world then becoming certified is a must. You will learn all the basics of diving and start building on that essential knowledge base and skill set. You will receive training both in a swimming pool and in the open water. You will learn about the science of diving as well as dive equipment, planning, safety and execution. Traditionally a four to five day course, it is broken down into modules, some of which can be completed before you leave home – highly recommended. Your training is recorded in your training logbook where you can also record you future dive experiences.

Coursework

 

The preferred method is to sign up for a PADI online course that will take you step by step through the theory of diving. Knowledge reviews are completed after each chapter and a multi-choice exam completes the 5-6 hour coursework. We recommend that students do the online work just before embarking on the next phase of the course so that the information stays fresh.

Pool Training

 

provides you with a safe and controlled environment to learn and practice the basic dive skills. This portion can also be conducted through a dive shop in your home country or our Big Blue instructors.

Open Water Dives

 

The waters around Providenciales are a great place to do the 4 open-water training dives that complete the PADI Open Water course. Skills are honed both on the surface and underwater. You will dive to a maximum of 60ft and your instructor will provide plenty of feedback and time to practice.

  • What are your tour times?
    Our tour times are: East Coast Tour: 10am and 2pm daily West Coast Tour: 10am and 2pm Monday – Saturday All Island Tour: 10am Monday – Saturday
  • How old do I need to be to drive an ATV?
    You have to be 16 years old to drive an ATV alone.
  • Do I have to wear any safety gear?
    Any ATV rider or operator must wear a helmet and protective eyewear.
  • Do I need to be experienced?
    No. We work with every skill level. Many of our customers have never ridden an ATV before. We will walk you through the operation of the ATV before taking you out on a flat area for a training session.
  • Is there a cancellation policy?
    All cancellations must be done 48 hours prior to the trip.
  • Do I have to make a deposit to ride?
    For tours greater than 6 people, we require half deposit of the total price a week before the tour date. For a full refund, cancellations must be done 48 hours before the ride.
  • What happens if there is bad weather?
    For the safety of our guests, we will not run any tours in severe weather conditions. In the event of bad weather, we will delay the start time of a tour or reschedule for a different day.
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TESTIMONIALS

"Incredible full-day private charter on the Serenity. SCUBA diving was outstanding (including a close encounter with a pod of dolphins); we visited a secluded beach for snorkeling; and chef-prepared lunch was delicious. Colin and Mike were perfect hosts and dive guides. Very COVID-compliant, also. I highly recommend Big Blue​"

 

-LARRY P: 12/2020

Such of amazing team !! Such of fascinating dives , amazing service, just phenomenal!!
Thank you all of you guys! Was outstanding, professional and very funny from the other side ! One of Best dives ever ...
thank you all of you and specially Kristine , we have got the best dive ever with you ... wow !
See u next time hopefully

-MARINA B: 01/19

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