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  • What makes Cozumel Abyss Divers the best choice for me?
    We are a dive center focused on quality, NOT quantity. Our ultimate goal is to provide a safe environment, fun experience, and unforgettable memories for you and your loved ones.
  • If I forgot to bring my certification card with me, will I still be able to dive?
    Yes, but please communicate with us as soon as you know you don't have it so we have ample time to confirm your status. Another option is to download a PADI eCard so as long as you have your mobile phone and the PADI app, you have your certification card!
  • I haven't been diving for a while and might need a refresher. Can I do that?
    Absolutely! We offer the PADI ReActivate program for a flat rate of $80 USD. We will spend some time in the pool or at the shore reviewing the fundamental exercises and have you feeling comfortable and confident to jump back into Open Water! The ReActivate program is suggested for certified divers that haven't been blowing bubbles in at least a year. Another option is the check-out shore dive which has a cost of $45 USD and allows you to get familiar with your new or rental equipment.
  • I'm not a certified diver, can I still enjoy scuba diving?
    Absolutely, the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) has a lot of programs like Discover Scuba Diving, Bubblemaker, or the PADI Seal Team. These are considered experiences and do not require a certification. Completing one of these experiences does not mean that you are a certified diver. Age restriction applies depending on the program. Check out our Services and Courses or send us an email to find out more!
  • Can I enroll in Scuba Diver or Open Water Diver courses after Discover Scuba Diving?
    Certainly, depending on the diver's goal and available time we can determine how to best proceed. If someone enjoys our DSD experience and wishes to earn their full certification, we apply the amount of their DSD to their Open Water Course if they purchase the course within the same trip.
  • How can I become an Open Water Diver and how long will it take?
    The Open Water diver course has very simple prerequisites like being capable of swimming, medical clearance, and a minimum age of 10 years old. The Open Water course needs a minimum of 4 days of dedication for the academic modules and practical modules in confined and open water.
  • I'm an Open Water Diver, how can I further my knowledge?
    As an Open Water diver, the door has been opened to get to the next level, depending on your goals as a diver. You can choose to become an Advanced Open Water diver and or gain additional knowledge in certain areas by enrolling in any of our available specialty courses.
  • I'm an Advanced Open Water diver, how can I further my knowledge?
    This is possible and for that we have the Rescue Diver course, in this course we will be transitioning and enhancing our awareness from ourselves to others. The Rescue course is a physically and mentally demanding course which has its prerequisites. The candidate must show proof of valid First Aid training from a valid agency, or take our First Aid course. Another popular option for Advanced Open Water divers looking to further their knowledge is enrolling in our Specialty courses, or considering the technical diving route. This all depends on what your goals as a diver are! If you are still unsure, our team is happy to have a conversation with you about your options!
  • I would like to enroll in the Rescue Diver course but I don't have First Aid training, what can I do?
    Simple, before proceeding with the rescue diver course, here in Cozumel Abyss Divers we can provide you with the first aid training through the Emergency First Response course (EFR).
  • I'm a Rescue Diver, how can I further my knowledge?
    After becoming a Rescue diver and gaining some experience, the road becomes divided. You can always gain more knowledge and enroll in Specialty training in order to achieve the Master Scuba Diver rating. The Master Scuba Diver rating is the highest recreational rating one can achieve. Another option is to pursue the professional track and enroll in our Dive Master course. This opens up the doors to become a dive guide so that you can show others the amazing underwater world. If you choose this track this could also eventually lead to you becoming a Dive Instructor.
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