As we start the month of February, I am dreaming of Shaun and the rest of the group in Cozumel right now! As we look ahead we are getting excited for our Bonaire trip in March. Unfortunately we will be missing the Boston Sea Rovers Show due to our trip dates, but we will be back there next year! It’s a show you should really check out, they have great seminars, vendors, film festivals and more. We also look forward to connecting with the Danversport Marina for a new local show they are hosting (see below for details). We had a great Photo Society meeting with many new faces. We have set up the majority of the summer class schedule so take a look on our website.
As all of you know diving can be tough in the month of February, but if you are tired of sitting around and daydreaming of diving come to us for a non-water speciality course like our Equipment Specialist, Nitrox and Dive Theory. Hone in on your dive skills before the main season starts. Or you can always stop by the shop for some good conversation, we love visitors!
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We have put together a special club discount offer with the North Shore Frogmen, a local dive club. If you join the North Shore Frogmen in 2016 and join either the Undersea Divers Dive Society or Photo Society in 2016 you will get $10 off each club dues! To learn more on each club click below.
We have announced our Summer Schedule through August with the PADI Open Water Diver, PADI Advanced Diver, PADI Discover Scuba and more. We will announce our boat dives and speciality classes once we get closer to May.
The Danversport Marina will now be hosting a monthly “Boating & Ocean Show” where there will be booths with local vendors, clubs, etc. The event is open to the public at no charge. There will be light refreshments. This is a great way to keep active in the boat/ocean lover/diving community. We are excited to have a booth at this new event!
February 27, 9am-12pm
Who will be there?
North Shore Frogmen
Coast to Coast Paddleboards
Cat Cove Marine Lab
US Coast Guard
North Shore Paddlers Network
We are excited to announce our first trip ever to South Asia. This area of the world is known for its incredible and unique diving. Not only will you travel to one of the most beautiful places to dive, you will also have Andrew Martinez as your photo guide to make sure you come home with some amazing photos and videos. It is incredibly hard to get a trip of this magnitude for such a great price! Don’t miss this trip of a lifetime! The trip dates are March 23rd – April 2nd, 2017.
The Underwater Photography Guide announced the winners of the 2015 Ocean Art Underwater Photo Competition last week. Photographers from over 50 countries submitted entries, $70,000 in prizes were given out, and the whole range of ocean life was on display.
A diver’s thermal status has long been known to influence decompression risk. The impact is best appreciated by considering the two fundamental phases of every dive: the descent and bottom phase, when gas uptake occurs, and the ascent and stop phase, when gas elimination occurs.
We have Snappy Coils for your accessory needs! We have a few different versions for you to specifically meet your diving needs!
Bonaire: 1 Room Left!
March 5th – 12th, 2016
For over 25 years Undersea Divers has been running trips to this “Diver’s Paradise” and divers have been coming back year after year. If you’ve never been to Bonaire, don’t miss out on this opportunity to experience pure diving freedom. Bonaire’s pristine reefs and diverse marine life are unique to the Caribbean. Because the waters around Bonaire are designated as an official marine park, diving Bonaire is like diving the Caribbean the way it used to be – untouched and unspoiled. The island’s location in the south Caribbean gives it an arid climate with little rainfall; consequently, the waters are exceptionally clear of silt, calm, and divable year round. It is an ideal destination for underwater photographers. Water temps average a warm 78-84° with visibility often over 80 feet and frequently up to 150 feet. Few destinations offer the photographic opportunities that you will find in Bonaire. With incredible visibility, abundant fish life and healthy reef system, wide angle opportunities are naturally abound. But it is the bounty of macro life visible both day and night, that truly sets Bonaire apart.