Breathing underwater and achieving weightlessness are some of the skills you'll learn
Perfect for first-timers and anyone thinking about taking the PADI Open Water Diving Course
All scuba equipment provided
Come to Ipswich and jump in a swimming pool with other scuba diving trainees. With the help of an experienced instructor, you and a friend can learn all the basic scuba diving techniques in Suffolk. The two of you will be taught about safety and underwater mobility techniques and how to breathe underwater and achieve weightlessness while getting used to the scuba diving equipment. After getting to grips with the ropes you may become hooked, and scuba diving could possibly turn into a lifetime hobby. The scuba induction for two in Ipswich is the perfect way to get a basic grounding in diving and find out if you have a passion for the sport. This scuba experience is also ideal gift for anyone considering taking a PADI Open Water Diving Course.
Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday dates throughout the year. Book at least two weeks in advance.
Minimum age is 10. You must be in good health and comfortable in water. If you suffer from asthma, diabetes, claustrophobia or any respiratory, heart or other medical conditions you'll need to provide written medical approval from your doctor in advance.
Your experience will last for around two hours, but this may vary depending on the standard of pupils. You'll spend around half an hour in the pool.
Numbers on the Day
There is a maximum pupil to tutor ratio of 8:1.
We don't recommend bringing spectators, but they can usually be accommodated upon request - please ask when booking.
Bring a swimming costume, a towel and a T-shirt each to wear in the water to cushion you from the scuba apparatus, which can sometimes rub against the skin. All other equipment will be provided, including your tanks, masks and scuba gear.
All participants are required to sign a medical declaration and disclaimer before taking part. No previous experience is necessary, beginners are welcome.