Ivy League Scuba is a scuba training school and dive center in Jupiter, Florida. Ivy League was founded by Austrian Christian Siegl. Christian was so curious as a young man by the unknown of the sea, he took up the then little known sport of diving in 1974. Over the years Mr. Siegl has become a successful entrepreneur and airline pilot. He is in charge of well over 300 employees at his Austrian business, so Mr. Siegl is more than capable of handling small groups.
In doing so, he has become a member of the Admirals Cove Country Club which he offers all those amenities to his VIP clients. With over 40 years of diving experience, Christian also has achieved the following from PADI. He is a rescue and master scuba diver, dive master, open water instructor, specialty instructor in over 12 specialties and a master scuba diver trainer. If you are looking for something fun to do in South Florida with your family, this could be it. Courses include Open Water Diver, Advanced Open Water Diver, Rescue Diver, and Dive Master. Dive speciality courses are also offered and include Night Diving, Wreck Diver, Underwater Photography, Search & Recovery, and much more. First Aid, AED, and CPR Training courses are also available.
Ivy League Scuba offers a wide variety of packages that will fit the needs of any family. They offer individual classes as well as specific training in many areas. As a family, you can also try out all experiences. Ivy League Scuba offers standard, silver, gold and VIP packages so there is something that will meet almost every one's budget. There are also junior classes as Christian knows that a younger person may learn at a different level and pace than an adult. Christian also knows all the best spots in Jupiter, and depending on the package and skill set, can take you to some unbelievable underwater settings. So whether you are an experienced diving family looking for the most extreme adventure, or a budget conscious crew looking to learn Scuba for the first time, Ivy League may just be the right fit for you.