We train all levels of recreational and technical - from basic recreational course, through specialized training, and technical diving.
You are a diver? Would you like to receive a certification other than what you have? We work with experienced instructors from across the world. Just contact us. Work with us the best and trusted instructors. In training, we focus on professionalism. Where do we train? Everywhere - depending on your needs. Pool courses run mainly in Florida and California, but also where there will be a larger group of "hardcore" divers. Open Water? Choose! In our company have the opportunity to acquire the subsequent steps of initiation of diving in clear waters of Florida or California. Or maybe something warmer? Honduras, British Virgin Islands, Caribbean, Mexico! We help accomplish even the boldest plans for diving.
Key Largo, Florida
June 25-26, 2013
Islamorada is part of place where is a must to dive. There are number of reefs and wrecks you do not want to miss.
Where to dive? Deaf Diving Adventure
Aqua Hands can help you experience your dream underwater adventure—in sign language. Aqua Hands' passion is to bring memorable scuba diving experiences to every sign language user. Once you've experienced an Aqua Hands expedition, you'll never look at scuba diving the same again.
Once we found out that Tom was going to be an instructor, we immediately signed up for a PADI Rescue course with him. Tom was absolutely fantastic as an instructor! Tom took his time to point out all of the pertinent details during our course and was patient with our questions and struggles while diving. Tom was able to adapt to unforeseen circumstances and made our course very fun and pleasing to take.
If you're looking for an instructor that is bland and monotonous, you'd be disappointed. Tom's style of instruction is fun, pleasing, and kept us on our heels of unexpected scenarios while we were taking our PADI Rescue course. We've really enjoyed our time with Tom so much that we decided to take more courses under him to become PADI Master Divers.
Matthew Molter & Jacquelyn Wilson, Aqua Hands very first students