Open Water Scuba Certification

To qualify for your Open Water Scuba Certification, you must be at least 15 years old, in good health and have modest swimming skills. Scuba diving is not a hazardous activity for the properly qualified and trained person. Scuba diving as a recreational activity is fun and challenging for the whole family. The Open Water Scuba Program includes: Classroom Sessions: The classroom sessions will present the information necessary for students to understand the equipment, physics, physiology, environment and dive tables. Pool Sessions: During the pool sessions you will go from a swimmer, to a snorkeler, to a scuba diver, practicing skills for proper scuba diving. Open Water Dives: After the classroom and pool sessions are completed, there will be open water dives. On these dives, you will be accompanied by an instructor who will evaluate your practical diving skills in the real open water environment. Upon successful completion of classroom, pool skills and open water dives, you will receive your Open Water Certification. Your certification is recognized worldwide and will allow you to explore and enjoy the beauty and wonders of life underwater.

Junior Scuba Diver

This program is designed for youths 10-14 years of age. A parent's or guardian's attendance is required during all aspects of the program, which follows the same format as the Open Water Scuba Certification.

Dive Refreshed

This program re-acquaints a certified scuba diver to the skills and knowledge for recreational diving. A refresher course is recommended before re-entering the underwater world for those who have not been scuba diving in the past six months or less than four times in the preceding year.

Discover Scuba Diving

The Discover Scuba Diving program introduces people to scuba diving in a highly supervised and relaxed manner. It allows a person to learn basic scuba safety concepts, put on equipment and swim around under water in a supervised environment.

Dan Oxygen Provider / Instructor Courses
Oxygen administration is being seen as a positive first aid in diving injuries. This course will allow you to become familiar with equipment used to provide oxygen to an injured diver, practice the use of oxygen administration and learn more about the cautions and benefits of oxygen in diving.
Paul Rollins is an Instructor Trainer for the Divers Alert Network Oxygen Program.

Emergency First Responce First Aid/CPR/AED

Rollins Scuba Associates offers First Aid, CPR, and AED courses to both industry and the general public.

Rollins Scuba Associates - Group Trips

Rollins Scuba Associates arranges guided group trips to some of the best diving locations in the world.

Rollins Scuba Associates - Divemastering

Never miss a chance to dive - Rollins Scuba Associates will provide you with a Divemaster to explore the undersea life along the Maine Coast.

Snorkeling and Scuba Diving With Rollins Scuba Associates will be Safe, Fun and a Great Learning Experience.