“The sea once it casts its spell holds one in its net of wonder forever.”
– Jacques Cousteau.
“The best way to observe a fish is to become a fish.”
– Jacques Yves Cousteau.
“From birth, man carries the weight of gravity on his shoulders. ..But man has only to sink beneath the surface and he is free.”
– Jacques Yves Cousteau
We promote diving for our youth, and in turn, we promote:
- Self Confidence: The progression of possibilities, without competition, can increase confidence and help a person grow and flourish despite difficulties.
- Curiosity: The diver is a curious researcher seeking to discover all the marvels of the marine environment.
- Cognitive Function: Scuba will lead you to think about your actions, develop reflection into the management of simple problems, and develop a sense of orientation in space.
- Psychomotor function: The sensation felt in the water will allow someone to grasp the notion of gravity, balance, and well-being to feel light, and free.
- Accountability: Water is not our natural environment. Youth will have to follow rules, integrate safety processes, and acquire autonomy. Learning will empower youth in the practice of their activity.
- Socialization: Scuba is an activity where mutual aid and solidarity are paramount. Whether getting geared up or during a dive, the concept of a buddy is central to this activity. Youth will develop the spirit of mutual support very early.
- Sharing: One of the great benefits of diving is that it encourages sharing of experiences, impressions, sights, and ideas.
- Respect For the Environment: Through diving and experiencing this unique underwater environment, youth will be awakened to the fragility of the species that inhabit the seas, and the need to ensure the preservation of the balance of these environments.
- Pleasure: In addition to the feeling of weightlessness, discovery of new ecosystems and species is fun. It creates happiness.
- Exploration: Divers are explorers, always in search of new discoveries, new bodies of water and new experiences.