What Equipment Needed
Diving is an equipment-intensive activity. This means that the quality of the equipment you use and its suitability for specific diving activities, has a tremendous bearing on your overall comfort, safety and enjoyment. Few things can ruin the investment you make in learning to dive safely more than having the wrong equipment.
The good news is, we supply most of the equipment you need for your pool and open water dives. This is new, top quality, and modern equipment that we would not only be happy to use ourselves, but have our friends and loved ones use as well.
Students in our beginning scuba course are required to provide only their own mask and snorkel.
These personal equipment items are ones for which comfort and fit are not only important, they’re critical. They’re also items that, as a certified diver, dive operators expect you to own. In other words, you do not want to go anywhere as a diver without them.
It’s also important to understand that to be suitable for scuba diving, masks and snorkels must meet a very different set of requirements than they might for casual snorkeling.