PADI Scuba Review at Underwater Vision, Utila, Honduras
Perhaps you've just landed on Utila, it's been a while since you’ve been scuba diving and you you feel as though you could use some sharpening up on your scuba skills and knowledge. Don't worry! We are here to help!
Brush up on and review your skills with a ReActivate Program at Underwater Vision. You will work with one of our certified professionals to get the scuba refresher you need.
Start today by refreshing your dive theory skills online with eLearning for Scuba Tune-up.
Off the dock or off of one of our dive boats, a ReActivate Program at Underwater Vision will familiarize you with your scuba gear and refresh your skills and knowledge so that you will be diving Utila's dive sites with confidence and ease in no time at all!
All rental scuba equipment is included in the cost of your PADI ReActivate Program at Underwater Vision, as it is included in the price of subsequent PADI Courses and fun dives.
Check out the accommodation options at Underwater Vision and stay at our beautiful location steps away from diving, snorkelling, swimming and relaxing in Utila Bay -world famous for it's spectacular sunsets!
What will you do?
During a Scuba Tune-up with one of the PADI Professionals at Underwater Vision, you will review some of the important scuba knowledge you studied with your first scuba certification course. You will become reacquainted with your scuba diving equipment and how to assemble it. You will then enter the water to familiarize yourself with the basic scuba skills in a confined water area off of the dock at Underwater Vision or at a suitable dive site off of one of our dive boats. Your PADI Professional Divemaster or Instructor will demonstrate the basic scuba skills for you and have you practice them until you are feeling confident with each particular skill again.
You can complete the PADI ReActivate Program online with eLearning for Scuba Tune-up.
The Prerequisites For This Course
In order to take the PADI ReActivate Program in Utila you must be at least 10 years old and have at least a PADI Scuba Diver certification or be enrolled in a scuba certification course.