ADAPTIVE SCUBA

Adaptive Scuba

For over 40 years A-1 Scuba and Travel Aquatics Center has been dedicated to sharing the joy, excitement and freedom diving has to offer to people with disabilities.  We’ve discovered that water truly is “the Great Equalizer!”

Adaptive Scuba Diver Programs


Divers with Disabilities Try Scuba Experience
Adaptive Try Scuba Diving Experience

Craig Hospital and A-1 Scuba & Travel Aquatics Center have created a FREE try scuba experience specifically for the disabled. Our instructors have specialized training from the Handicapped Scuba Association and are experienced in helping you discover the wonder of the underwater world. We have successfully introduced scuba diving to many individuals with disabilities to include Spinal cord Injury, Cerebral Palsy, Blindness, Brain Injury, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Amputee and others.
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Dive BuddyHSA Dive Buddy

This three-day program is filled with fun, challenges and loaded with information. The Handicapped Scuba Association Dive Buddy Course is a specialty certification for Open Water Scuba Divers, or above, who wish to know and understand more about physical disabilities and how it relates to scuba diving.
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The CurrentHSA Scuba Instructor

Are you looking for something extraordinary? To do something others only dream of? To help people transform their lives? If so, the HSA Instructor Training Course is for you.
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Cayman Brac Annual Adaptive Scuba Group Trip

Join us on our upcoming group trip!

Cayman Brac – Brac Reef Beach Resort
June 23 – July 1, 2017

Cayman Brac is one of the sister islands to Grand Cayman. It is 12 miles long by 2 miles wide and is located approximately 89 miles north east of Grand Cayman. Cayman Brac is an ecotourism paradise for divers and nature-lovers. Its legendary underwater walls and breathtaking marine life are thrilling. The diving varies from verticle walls to colorful reefs which promise beautiful hard and soft coral, plenty of turtles, groupers, stingrays and tropical fish. “The Brac” has wrecks to dive, the most popular is the MV Captian Keith Tibbetts, a 330 foot Russian Frigate that has become home to several eels, lobsters, fish and is covered with a thick coat of coral and sponges.

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HSA Scuba InstructorNews

Read about divers with disabilities in the news and adaptive scuba news.

DIVERS WITH DISABILITIES NEWS

 


Inspirational Stories

POETRY AND LETTERS DISABLED PROGRAM TESTIMONIALS