New Aqualung Rash-guards are in!
Women’s Dive Day: Save the Date!
Women’s Dive Day 2018
Where: Stage Fort Park Gloucester, MA
When: July 21st 8am -12 pm
What: This a day dedicated to women divers! Join the group for a dive, partake in raffles and a silent auction and a BBQ!
Cost: $15 which includes BBQ & FRE T-Shirt!
We had a blast last year and we hope you can all join us! Learn more about the event here.
Spring Sale: Save the Date!
We have our big Spring Sale approaching on May 19th & 20th. We will be announcing the sale details soon, so keep watching!
New Free Diving Masks & Snorkels
We have new Free Diving Masks and Snorkel in stock! These can also be used as diving and snorkeling masks and snorkels! Camo is in! Those fish will never see you coming!
Photo Society: April 26th, 2018
This month’s Photo Society Meeting topic is BONAIRE! We recently traveled to Bonaire at the end of February and we will have two members presenting their images from the trip! Alan Presser shoots with the ever popular Olympus TG4, Steve Coffill shoots with the Sealife DC2000. You will love these images!
When: Thursday April 26th
Where: Store Location
Marine Life Mobil App Launches
Everyone loves The Marine Life of the North Atlantic Guide Book by Andrew Martinez. Our personal copies are worn thin from coming back from a dive trying to find the name of a certain creature we just saw. It is one of the best marine life sources out there. We are thrilled to announce that Andrew Martinez has created a Mobile App of the book! This app is available for download on ios and soon on your droid device!
With this app you can:
Record and Share Dives
Look up a wide range of marine life with photos, scientific names, etc
Get Notified when someone sees an animal you hope to see
Keep lists of certain marine life you are trying to find/have seen
Andrew will be doing a presentation of this new App at our shop on May 16th at 7:00pm for all of those who are interested!
DIVE TRAVEL with UNDERSEA DIVERS
November 3rd – 10th, 2018
We are headed back to our favorite island November 3rd – 10th, 2018. For over 30 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.
Little Cayman: Spots are filling extremely fast!
December 1st – 10th, 2018
Join group leader Shaun Maguire on our trip to Little Cayman December 1st -8th, 2018. From Phillipe Cousteau to David Doubliet, just about every diver who has experienced its reefs has stated that Little Cayman is one of the world’s premier dive destinations – with pristine reefs, excellent visibility and incredible diving. The 80° F water is second to none when it comes to clarity and it is said that more underwater photographs are taken in the Cayman Islands than in all other Caribbean destinations. The Caymans’ trademark turtles are a common sight and eagle rays, angelfish, reef sharks and grouper count among the 500 species of fish that have been documented here.
(Male ROOMMATE WANTED)
January 17th -26th, 2019
The Maldives is one of the top all around dive destinations on the planet. Drift over the channels, linger over the pinnacles or the drop-offs. Or the valleys of soft corals and gardens of hard corals crowded with fish, nearly always tame. Tropicals to pelagics. Snappers, morays, mantas, turtles, sharks and whalesharks.
March 2nd – 9th, 2019
We are headed back to our favorite island March 2nd – 9th, 2019. For over 30 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.