With Total Diving, you can dive the world...
Why did you start scuba diving if it is not for the fun of diving? Perhaps you wanted to explore the underwater world. Perhaps you were looking for adventures and an adrenaline rush.
We all have our own personal definition of what "fun" is...
For Moris, it's diving at 200 feet in Rockport. For Irene, it's observing a frog fish, for hours, in 20 feet of water, in a quiet bay in Bonaire. For me, well... As long as I am under water and there is no cell phone, I'm happy!
That's the beauty of scuba diving: It's more than one sport. It's as many different kind of sports as you want. It can be the most extreme adrenaline-pumping sport you've ever done or it can be a session of underwater yoga. It's really up to you.
At Total Diving, we prepare our schedule of dive adventures with this total diversity in mind. If you are not sure what adventure is best for you, talk to us! Don't be shy, we love talking about diving! We even setup a little counter area with an umbrella to make it feel like we are on a dive site!
During the Summer, we have nearby dive adventures planned pretty much every week around here, in Eastern Canada. We also operate dive charters in St-Zotique on lake St. François (St. Lawrence River) and in Brockville in the Thousand Islands.
During the Winter, you can join us for Total Diving's world famous ice diving adventures or if you feel like escaping ice rather than diving under it, you can come with us for adventures in exotic dive destinations.
Each adventure has its own sets of prerequisites. Some dive adventures require a certification as an Advanced Open Water Diver and others as a Technical Diver. However, most of our dive adventures only require the most basic level of diver certification - we precisely want to help you gain experience in a safe and supervised environment.
For all of our organized dive adventures, we required that you carry some sort of diver insurance. It's inexpensive and it will save a lot of headaches to you, your family and ourselves, in the unlikely event of a dive accident.
For dive adventures in the Province of Quebec, you will also need a Quebec Government permit.
If you have any other questions, please contact us... We love diving and we love talking about it!