Before attending your class you will need to complete some paperwork. The links to the documents are under the “Class Forms” section of this page. These forms must be completed prior to your session and contain important information.
Pay close attention to the medical form as you may also require a physician’s approval before we can let you into the water.
This class also has a helpful online training component hosted by SSI. Please complete your online training prior to your classroom session. If you have not already registered with SSI, look for an email from divessi.com. You can access online training materials, certification cards, and more at my.divessi.com or the MySSI app on your iPhone or Android.
If you have any questions give us a call at the store on 617-277-2216 or shoot us an email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Miss the chance to jump into an existing class? Grab a couple of friends and sign up for a private course!
Freediving Level 1 Open Water Dives Private Pricing:
|Pvt 1 Person: $ 341.25||Pvt 3 people: $218 per person | $656.25 total|
|Pvt 2 people: $262 per person | $525 total||Pvt 4 people: $183.75 per person | $735 total|
Much of the process is the same as normal classes, you’ll pay in advance and fill out much of the same paperwork. We have made a slightly modified form which you can find below. You’ll be emailed the password for this form as soon as you purchase the class!
You’ll be doing all of your scheduling through the ECD Training Team. They will be in contact as soon as you sign up for the class to help schedule a session. If you have any questions before signing up feel free to send an email to email@example.com
It is best to complete the freediving course in dedicated freediving gear. As you will learn in your first class session there are fins, masks, and snorkels designed to give freedivers the least amount of drag and make them extremely efficient in the water. If you are curious about what gear is the best fit for you, feel free to swing by the shop to chat with one of the staff members, or ask your freediving instructor, either will be more than happy to talk through the options with you. For the open water work, you’ll want to look into getting a freediving wetsuit as well. Local divers typically use a 5mm or 7mm suit while tropical divers often select a dive skin or 3mm suit depending on their cold tolerance.