Formby Pool in Liverpool is giving people the chance to have a go at scuba diving next month during free try-dive sessions.
The free event will take place at the pools Scuba School on Wednesday 6th June, 2012 from 7pm and adults and children over the age of 12 will be able to explore the underwater world. The dives will give people the chance to have a taste of what they could enjoy during scuba diving holidays in fascinating underwater destinations across the globe.
The try-dives will also highlight the open water dive courses that are available at the Scuba School this summer.
One young 12-year-old boy, Toby Kent, is keen to continue his scuba diving adventures after enjoy a try-dive session.
His mother, Chris, explained: Its always been hard to get Toby to take up an interest, but he has really taken to this sport. Its exercising his mind too as hes learning all about the health and safety side of diving.
Toby is now preparing to take his qualifying dives in Eccleston Dive Centre in Lancashire next month and if he passes he and his family will be heading of to Spain this summer for some amazing scuba diving holidays.
All diving enthusiasts have to do is turn up at Formby Pool on 6th June, 2012 with their swimwear, a t-shirt, towel and a completed medical statement.
Travellers who want to learn to dive so they can visit exotic scuba diving destinations across the world can choose from a number of locations which offer PADI certification, the worlds most recognised scuba diving qualification.
PADI teaches scuba diving for all ages and all levels from open water diving to advanced certification, techniques and search and rescue.
The association also operates thousands of dive centres across the world where tourists can enjoy scuba diving trips and charter tours during holidays at fantastic locations including the Caribbean, the USA, Asia, Africa and Europe.
Some of the best destinations for scuba diving include the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, Red Sea resorts such as Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada, The Cayman Islands and Curacao in the Caribbean, the Maldives and the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean, and Florida in the United States.