How do I reserve a class?
Do you offer classes all year long?
Will I receive a refund if I do not complete a class?
What is included in the Open Water course cost of $500?
Do I need a physical to participate in a diving course?
If I receive my Junior Open Water certification, do I have to take another class to obtain my Open Water certification once I turn 15?
Do you offer any discounts on your class rates if myself and others I know take the same class?
Do you allow Paddle Boarding and Kayaking?
Yes, we allow Paddle Boarding and Kayaking with proper flotation devices. However, no one under the age of 18 years or younger is allowed to be in the water without a legal parent or guardian. All children under the age of 12 years are required to wear an appropriate certified flotation device. We do not take reservations on rental paddleboards. All paddleboard and kayak rentals are first come first serve.
Do you allow swimming or snorkeling or fishing at your facility?
You are allowed to snorkel ONLY if you are a certified diver or certified freediver. We have determined that the liability to allow snorkeling, swimming or fishing to the general public is far too great to continue these services. We do not rent freediving equipment, you must bring your own.
I am certified. Do you require that I dive with a buddy or may I dive alone at your facility?
SOLO DIVING IS NOT ALLOWED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES AT THE BLUE WATER PARK FACILITY REGARDLESS OF ANY SPECIAL CERTIFICATIONS. You can find a dive buddy in our Blue Water Park Buddy Connection Group on Facebook. No exceptions will be made.
I do not have a buddy to dive with. Can you find one for me?
We do not find buddies for divers. You can visit our Facebook group named Blue Water Park Buddy Connection and post your request for a dive buddy for a certain date. Or on weekends during the summer, you can try showing up at our facility and asking a group if you can join them on their dive(s). Divers are usually fine with letting you tag along.