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Spring is coming! Which means dive season is coming!

It’s that time of year when we all start dreaming of diving.  Now is the best time to get your gear serviced – BEFORE dive season starts.  We are offering a gear service special for the month of March.  I included a nice little “article” below on why you should have your gear serviced regularly.  This is important to every diver.  Please take a minute to read it.

Spring is also the time of year for Spring Cleaning!  That means some great deals for you. If you want to be ready for dive season, don’t miss out.  These deals are on in stock items only so if you wait to long – they will be gone.  Check out the sale flyer below.
Just to get you “in the mood” – I got our Dina Dee Boat charter schedule for the summer!!  Check out the calendar  for all the dates starting in May – and I put them on the newsletter also.   Don’t get our newsletter?  Sign up and never miss a great deal!
I have one spot left for our trip to the Keys.  Join us for a quick little getaway in April to Key Largo – No passport required!
All of the details are on our trips page.  Grab the last spot and lets go diving!

Put a big check mark on your bucket list!! Come to FIJI in August. I only have 4 spots left – this is a once in a lifetime trip!

Information on our Rescue class in April is in this newsletter. If you are interested call the shop and sign up now – This class has a student limit.

See you underwater…  Happy Diving!!
Please bring your tanks in the back door.  Please do not try and cross the parking lot with them.  If you come around the back you will see our door marked The Dive Shop – or if it’s open, look for the dive flag.
Sale Sign

We are cleaning out the closets!  These are some great deals.  Sale is on in-stock items only. 



 Henderson 3MM/5MM/7MM suits are 25% off

Pinnacle Semi-Dry and 7MM suits 50% off

Akona Quantum Stretch suits are 20% off

 All other brands are 30% off


XS Scuba BCD

I have one XS Scuba Phantom BCD in stock size MD/LG.
Regular Price $399.95

Sale Price $299.95!!!   (This is a great deal!!)



Going somewhere??  Everyone needs rashguards.  Most have 30-50+ UV protection!!

Short sleeve, Long Sleeve, Mens and Womens.  Any size, any color, any style.

25% off

March Gear Service Special

Let’s start this topic off with the first thing that should always be imprinted into your mind, not only when you take your regulator in for service, but when you pack it away under your dive gear, store it for an extended period of time or wonder if your regulator is overdue for service.

This is your life support system! It is of the same importance as the systems on a space shuttle, it is delivering oxygen rich air to your lungs to control your body’s functions, and we all know what happens without it.

By far this is the MOST important piece of equipment that you own, as reasoned in the above paragraph so we must take care of it accordingly. Your regulator should be serviced annually (with some brands 2-3 years, and we will talk about this shortly) no matter if you have 1 dive or 100 dives. Why? Because your regulator is built of many moving parts, especially o-rings which are made of either Rubber and on most or all newer regulators it will be EPDM (Oxygen Compatible to 40%). After a year the integrity of the o-rings start to diminish and the lubricants start to wear down and become stale. So it’s not a matter of “Oh but I only dove with it 4 times so I can service it in another year”, it’s a time issue. Just like the oil in your car, only good for 3 – 4 months, you wouldn’t think twice about changing the oil in your summer sports car. So which one is more important to you? And why would you want to cut corners in this case.

Taking your regulator in for annual service is not as expensive as you may think, 100 – 200 dollars a year and cheaper with some equipment manufacturers covering the parts for you. Some brands say that you need to service your regulator every two years. I would strongly (emphasis on the strong) advice that you use the following to determine when you take your regulator to your local dive shop. Consider the following:
1. Service your Regulator Annually if you do 1 – 50 dives a year; which is typical of a vacation diver
2. If you are what the SCUBA industry labels as an “active diver” you do 50 – 100 dives a year, and in this case you should service your regulator annually and definitely do not wait two years.

3. Are you in the 100 + range? If so way to go! You should be proud to call yourself a dive-a-holic or dive addict. Get your regulator serviced at least two times a year if you can afford it.

Personally, I teach and dive for my own leisure, so not only do I rely on my gear, so do my students and buddies.  This keeps me, my students and my buddies safe.


**Refresher is valid only after gear is serviced.  Must be during already scheduled pool time.  One per person. No other discounts apply.

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