Valet Diving and Snorkeling in Cayman Brac Private Lessons
Instructor Guided Tours
Discover Scuba Diving, and ALL PADI Courses PADI Master Instructor Monte Lee Thornton--Over 30 years
experience, Has Taught Over 1500 People in Scuba Classes, Now Teaching in Cayman Brac's World Class Diving Reefs.
PADI Scuba Diving Certification US$450.00   PADI Discover Scuba Diving US$125.00
Discover Snorkeling US$65.00
Email for more information:
Email: Monte@CaymanSales.com Or Call Monte's Cell Phone: 345-927-0315
Emergency First Response gives you the tools you need to perform CPR
and First Aid. Whether you're a diver or a non-diver, Emergency First
Response prepares you to properly handle potentially life-threatening
What do I need to start?
No dive certification required
No minimum age limit
What will I do?
comprehensive program is composed of two core modules that can be taught
in tandem or as stand-alone courses: Emergency First Response - Primary
Care and Emergency First Response - Secondary Care. Together, these
courses proved extensive instruction in CPR and First Aid, as well as
providing optional (yet recommended) Automated External Defibrillator
(AED) and Emergency Oxygen sections.
How long will it take?
Depending on the amount of home study, the Primary and Secondary
courses maybe completed in as little as four hours.
What will I need?
Participant Pack, which includes manual, binder and first aid pack.
Where can I go from here?
This course satisfies your PADI Rescue Diver CPR prerequisite.
Our 10 year old son Alec, who loves movies, especially the Disney productions of Pirates of the Caribbean, was facinated
when we showed him the hull of an old shipwreck at 35 feet, at the Eden Rock dive site. It had been uncovered due to the
waves of Ivan. Irene pointed out a Cleaner Shrimp hiding in the wreckage to Alec, and later explained to him that it is now
a cleaning station for fish. After that experience Alec determined that it was in fact an old pirate shipwreck, and who are
we to correct a ten year old. Afterall they know more than the parents, right?