COMPETITION TIME!

To celebrate PADI Women’s Dive Day and the launch of our NEW Community Conservation Education and Action (CCEA) Program we are giving FOUR lucky Bahamian women the chance to Discover Scuba Diving!

The CCEA program seeks to provide the tools, training, and experience to help foster a greater conservation ethic across The Bahamas, while also cultivating the next generation of Bahamian conservation leaders.  One strategy towards this broader goal is to build local capacity for work in marine conservation by providing resources to increase the number of Bahamian divers.

RULES

 

You must be a female Bahamian and over 18 to enter plus available to participate on Saturday 18th July 2020 on New Providence, The Bahamas.

HOW TO ENTER:

Visit our facebook page OR Instagram page and find the competition post.

  1. Like this post
  2. Follow both our pages @perryinstituteformarinescience AND @reefrescuenetwork
  3. Tag a friend who you would like to scuba dive with!
  4. Comment why YOU should be chosen to try scuba diving

Competition closes midnight on 8th July 2020 with the winners announced on Bahamas Independence Day!

The half day will include the full PADI Discover Scuba Diving experience with instruction by fully qualified female PADI scuba diving instructors who will discuss basic safety guidelines and skills needed to dive under their direct supervision. You will practice some basic skills in shallow water and then get to dive on a beautiful coral reef surrounded by fish

Transport will not be provided so you must be able to meet at the dive shop on New Providence at 8am on Saturday 18th July. Experience will end no later than 12:30pm.

Directions and full details on what to bring on the day will be provided to the winners individually.

We will also have a photographer join us to record this amazing experience for you!

Please do not apply if you are already a certified diver as this is an experience for those who have never tried diving before.

*A medical questionnaire will be required prior to in water activities. If a doctor’s written clearance is required, this will be at participants own expense. See medical – any ‘yes’ will require written approval from a doctor, and we will provide you with a medical form to have signed by the doctor before Saturday 18th July.

*Winners will need to provide evidence of Bahamian citizenship and proof of age.

*Please note this is not a certification but a try scuba diving experience.

Good Luck Everyone!

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