Scuba Diving, Bubblemaker Course
Duration: Half Day
If you would like your children to experience the beauty of Bermuda’s undersea treasures during your holiday, this Bubblemaker Course is the perfect way to introduce them to the water gently and safely.
Aimed at kids aged from 8-11 years old, the Bubblemaker course is an excellent way to get your children comfortable in the water. Safe and well monitored, a qualified instructor will teach your little ones the relevant scuba diving skills and safety techniques needed for the open water.
After being fitted with a BCD, a regulator with air gauge, and an air tank, they will initially try out their equipment in a swimming pool. The maximum depth is six feet, and they will be closely monitored the whole time, so you can relax knowing that your children are in safe hands with experienced professionals. Once they are comfortable breathing underwater, they will hopefully then be confident enough to take the plunge into the open sea, where plenty of exciting adventures and exploration await them. This is a wonderful, fascinating hobby which you can all do together as a family during your holiday in Bermuda.
Bermuda is one of the best and most beautiful scuba diving destinations in the world, boasting clear turquoise waters, beautiful coral reefs teeming with marine life and hundreds of shipwrecks dating back from the 15th century to the 20th century. You and your children can enjoy unforgettable underwater adventures, exploring the beauty and mystery of life under the sea.
Get up close to an amazing variety of marine species, which inhabit over 200 miles of surrounding coral reefs, and marvel at the vivid colours of the numerous hard and soft coral species. Brain coral, rose coral, star coral, leaf coral and mustard coral are just some of the species you will come across. The schools of brightly-coloured tropical fish will delight both you and your youngsters, as you swim amongst rainbow parrotfish, blue angelfish, glasseye snappers, honeycomb cowfish, yellowtail snappers and many, many more. You are also likely to see moray eels, crabs, starfish, sea turtles and a myriad of other sea creatures in Bermuda’s warm, clear waters.
This underwater nature trip is something that you and your children will want to experience again and again.
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