This week-long day camp includes beach excursions, fun in the pool, and shoreline shell collecting! To safely explore the underwater world, students participate in the PADI Skin Diver program and try SCUBA with the PADI Bubblemaker or PADI Discover Scuba Diving programs. For kids who love animals, there’s an in-depth study on octopuses, sea stars, shells, shrimp, lobsters, and crabs using John Hoover’s comprehensive book on marine invertebrates Hawaii’s Sea Creatures. Students participate in the AWARE Kids program from Project AWARE Foundation and do a beach clean up. Take all six Sea Camps and receive the Jack’s Diving Locker Hawaiian Marine Life Ambassador Award.
Ages: 8 – 12
Prerequisite: Know how to swim well
Cost: $295 plus tax
Dates: See Junior Camp Schedule
Duration: Monday – Friday
Times: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Registration: Registration is now open! Give Jack’s Diving Locker a call to reserve your space! Registration is complete when all forms and payments are received. Registration Forms
Cancellation Policy: Any cancellations during the final 7 days prior to the camp will result in full charge for the camp.
New Camper Orientation: Parents, please schedule an on-site orientation with Camp Director prior to camp start date. For travelers who can’t make these arrangements, a phone appointment will be set up.
Campers will need: Lunch, snacks, reusable water bottle, reef-safe sunscreen, hat, rashguard, swim suit and towel, and change of clothes/jacket. Also mask/snorkel/fins if you have your own.
Discounts: Campers will receive a 10% discount in the Jack’s Diving Locker retail showroom.
Leader qualifications: Camp leaders are PADI professional Divemasters and Instructors as well as certified PADI Rescue Divers. PADI stands for Professional Association of Diving Instructors and is the largest diving certification agency in the world. Jack’s Diving Locker is a PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Dive Center.
Camper numbers: Minimum 3 campers.
Medical Questionnaire for Diving: Please review the medical questions and information below prior to registration.
A Quick Look at the PADI Medical Questionnaire
Scuba diving is an exciting and demanding activity. To scuba dive safely, you must not be extremely overweight or out of condition. Diving can be strenuous under certain conditions. Your respiratory and circulatory systems must be in good health. All body air spaces must be normal and healthy. A person with heart trouble, a current cold or congestion, epilepsy, asthma, a severe medical problem, or who is under the influence of alcohol or drugs, should not dive. If taking medication, consult your doctor before participating in this program. The purpose of this Medical Questionnaire is to find out if you should be examined by a physician before participating in recreational scuba diving. A positive response to a question does not necessarily disqualify you from diving. A positive response means that there is a preexisting condition that may affect your safety while diving and you must seek the advice of a physician. Please answer the following questions on your past and present medical history with a YES or NO. If you are not sure, answer YES. If any of these items apply to you, we must request that you consult with a physician prior to participating in scuba diving. Your PADI Professional will supply you with a PADI Medical Statement and Guidelines for Recreational Scuba Diver’s Physical Examination to take to a physician.
Do you currently have an ear infection?
Do you have a history of ear disease, hearing loss or problems with balance?
Do you have a history of ear or sinus surgery?
Are you currently suffering from a cold, congestion, sinusitis or bronchitis?
Do you have a history of respiratory problems, severe attacks of hayfever or allergies, or lung disease?
Have you had a collapsed lung (pneumothorax) or history of chest surgery?
Do you have active asthma or history of emphysema or tuberculosis?
Are you currently taking medication that carries a warning about any impairment of your physical or mental abilities?
Do you have behavioral health, mental or psychological problems or a nervous system disorder?
Are you or could you be pregnant?
Do you have a history of colostomy?
Do you have a history of heart disease or heart attack, heart surgery or blood vessel surgery?
Do you have a history of high blood pressure, angina, or take medication to control blood pressure?
Are you over 45 and have a family history of heart attack or stroke?
Do you have a history of bleeding or other blood disorders?
Do you have a history of diabetes?
Do you have a history of seizures, blackouts or fainting, convulsions or epilepsy or take medications to prevent them?
Do you have a history of back, arm or leg problems following an injury, fracture or surgery?
Do you have a history of fear of closed or open spaces or panic attacks (claustrophobia or agoraphobia)?