Photography News

HUGE SALE May 13th & 14th

 

We have our Big Annual Spring Sale coming up in a few weeks. Pretty much everything in the store will be going on sale that is new. We will also have some assorted used items like tanks, hoods, boots, lights, etc. If you cannot make it on the sale day, no problem! We will be happy to take your order early so stop on in or give us a call.

SALE HOURS

Saturday 10am – 5pm 
Sunday 10am – 3pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DUI Yukon Dry Suit

NEW  DUI YUKON DRYSUIT

NOW IN STOCK at Undersea Divers

INTRODUCING THE YUKON! DUI invented the telescopic torso self-donning front-entry drysuit. The Yukon is the latest model that features rip-stop nylon and butyl rubber/polyester trilaminate for comfort, flexibility and durability. Attached Superflex boots are standard for support and flexibility. Cargo pocket and latex seals are also standard. Doesn’t matter if you’re diving the HMCS Yukon in San Diego, or spending the weekend diving the quarry, we know you’re going to love this suit.

Yukon Drysuit by DUIFEATURES

  • Drysuit fabric is a trilaminate material made from ripstop nylon/butyl rubber/polyester with double coated seams
  • Diagonal front-entry zipper – right shoulder to left hip
  • Telescoping torso and crotch strap
  • Suspenders
  • Apeks swivel inlet and adjustable, automatic exhaust valves
  • YKK plastic zipper
  • Warm neck collar
  • Cargo Pocket on right thigh
  • Dual layer of material on knees
  • Internal waist adjustment cord
  • Talc
  • SuperFlex™ Boots
  • Blue accent stitching
  • 36″ Miflex Hose with oversized quick disconnect

ADDITIONAL INFO
2 year warranty
15 – Men’s/ 18 – Women’s Sizes Available
Miflex 36″ inflation hose included

Download Yukon Drysuit .pdf flyer

Select from 15 Men’s and 18 Women’s Sizes – See Size Chart
Price: $1499

February News

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Hello Divers!

Did January fly by fast for you too?! We can’t believe it’s already February! This month does bring us some extra fun though; Shaun and 22 divers are headed to Roatan for a weeks worth of fun in the sun. We will keep you updated with photos and videos from them!

Despite the colder temperatures, there are a handful of divers still diving off of Cape Ann! The water is sitting right around the high 30’s, low 40’s. Some divers are still going wet but adding an extra layer so don’t think it’s too cold for you wetsuit divers! There have been some rough seas and surge but the visibility hasn’t been too bad. People are seeing moon snails, shrimp and nudibranchs among some other critters.

We had a fun Photo Society meeting with images presented from Bonaire and Ambon Indonesia. This month we look forward to more member presentations. You can view details below for the event.

We would also like to announce that we have a new team member, James Allan. James is a PADI Instructor and was the Boston Sea Rovers intern in 2016. He is enthusiastic and excited for the 2017 dive season. We know you will love him as much as we do.

We have a few new items in the shop with out most exciting being the new Flip5 filters for the GoPro HERO5 made by Backscatter. You can read all about them below.

Make sure to mark your calendar for the Boston Sea Rovers show on March 11th & 12th. You can learn more about the show and purchase tickets below.

We hope to see you soon!
Happy Diving!

Photo Society Meeting

 This month we will have 2 photo presenters. Ellen Garvey will kick off the meeting with images from her trip to the Solomon Islands. Greg Sonek will follow with a presentation of images from his trip to Raja Ampat.

Date: Thursday February 23rd
Location: 42 Water Street, Beverly
Time: 7:00pm

Diving Dry with DUI 

In this article, James Allan talks about what it was like to get Drysuit certified and dive his DUI TLS350.

40 Insider Tips for Dive Travel

Now that winter is here, a lot of us are venturing to warm water destinations. Sport Diver Magazine knows there are many questions as a new warm water travel diver. What should I pack? Do I need new gear? What should I expect? So SDM has created a list of 40 Insider Tips for Dive Travel. 

New Camera: SeaLife DC2000

We now carry Sealife’s newest camera, the DC2000. The DC2000 is an easy to use point and shoot camera that provides the photographer the ability to adjust manual controls and RAW formatting capabilities. Learn More Here. 

 Flip 5 Filters for GoPro HERO 3, 4, & 5

The new filters for the GoPro HERO5 Camera are now in stock. These filters are high quality, made by Backscatter. You may or may not know that filters are needed for cameras underwater to put the color back into the images so your photos and videos come out with “true” colors. With the Flip5  3 lens package you can flip between any 2 filters on the same dive with a touch of a finger.  Backscatter also offers a one filter system along with a Macro lens to get up close and personal with little critters. Don’t waste any more time taking dull photos!, Get your filters today and see how your images and videos benefit. You will look like a pro!

Diving the Silfra Fissure in Iceland

Back in December, Shaun and 2 divemasters went to Iceland to dive the famous Silfra Fissure. This dive is fresh water with visibility like you have never seen before. The other aspect of diving there is that you can touch 2 continents at one time! But, there is no life here at all. You must be drysuit certified to dive here but you won’t regret it! To learn more about the Silfra Fissure click here. 

Utila: A Diver’s Dream Destination

Head on over to our blog where Undersea Divers instructor James Allan tells you all about how he fell in love with Utila.

 

How to Use a Compass Underwater

Sport Diver Magazine gives you step by step instructions on how to use your compass correctly and accurately underwater, a skill most of us shy away from.

 

Boston Sea Rovers March 11th & 12th

Save the date! The annual Boston Sea Rovers show is March 11th & 12th. This show includes daytime seminars, exhibitors where you can learn about new dive trips and gear as well as an evening Film Festival.  We will be having a booth in the exhibitor hall so make sure you stop on by! Buy Tickets

DIVE TRAVEL with UNDERSEA DIVERS

Dominica


November 4th – 11th, 2017
Join us in Dominica November 4th – 11th, 2017. We ran a trip to Dominica this past November and loved it so we decided to head back to this lush island again. This time around we will be staying at a new resort, Fort Young in the heart of Rouseau. The trip we have booked is both for diving and nature tours so make sure you see what is included in the package!

Trip Details

Bonaire


December 2nd – 9th, 2017
We are headed back to our favorite island December 2nd – 9th, 2017. 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.

Trip Details

Fiji


March 24th – April 3rd, 2018
Join us at the VoliVoli Beach Resort in Fiji March 24th – April 3rd, 2018. This trip of a lifetime features an all inclusive plan for 10 nights with 8 days of diving. The area around VoliVoli is the Vatu-I-Ra passage also known as the Bligh Waters known for its abundance and diversity of marine life. The beautiful hard and soft corals will leave you in awe.

Trip Details

Upcoming Classes

Open Water Diver (class & pool sessions)
March 4th & 11th 9am-4pm
More will be scheduled very soon so check back!

Enriched Air Diver
Anytime: Call to Schedule

DrySuit Diver
Anytime: Call to Schedule

Try Scuba & Refresher Courses
February 4th 1pm – 3pm
March 4th 1pm – 3pm

 

SeaLife Introduces New Camera: DC2000

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We now carry Sealife’s newest camera, the DC2000. The DC2000 is an easy to use point and shoot camera that provides the photographer the ability to adjust manual controls and RAW formatting capabilities. Learn more about this new camera below.

SeaLife’s most advanced camera

Enjoy full creative freedom with SeaLife’s new DC2000 digital underwater camera. Featuring a large SONY® 1” type back-illuminated 20MP image sensor and RAW formatting capabilities, the DC2000 will let your underwater inspirations guide you to stunning results.

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Full featured with nearly unlimited editing options

With an ultra-fast auto focus and shutter response, you’ll never miss a shot with the SeaLife DC2000. Take control of your creativity by selecting from the 8 shooting modes: manual, aperture, underwater, shutter, program, intelligent auto, land, and panorama. JPEG and RAW (Adobe .dng) imaging formats are available, providing you with nearly endless photo editing options.

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Get the best of both worlds

With DSLR-like imaging results, you’ll want to make the DC2000’s waterproof inner camera your go-to land camera with the ability to capture rich landscapes and stunning close-ups and portraits.

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Ultra-fast shutter response of 0.1 seconds

4 Underwater Shooting Modes for sharp, colorful underwater pictures under any conditions

3 built-in underwater digital color correction filters: shallow water (snorkeling), deep water (diving) or “green” water (algae bloom)

25 Land Scene modes adjust camera settings for specific shooting environments

Intelligent Auto Mode selects the optimal land scene mode for effortless shooting

Continuous Burst Shooting shoots high resolution 20MP pictures up to 10 frames per second

Manual White Balance control to customize UW color correction to your specific depth and water conditions

Manual shutter and aperture for complete control over image exposure from F1.8 to F11 in 0.3 stop increments

Auto focus from 4”(10cm) to infinity

Micro SD, SDHC SDXC and UHS-1 memory card compatible up to 64GB

Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) – CCD shift technology reduces camera shake

Short-cut key for fast and easy access to favorite menu setting

Expandable with Sea Dragon Flash(es), Photo-Video Lights and SeaLife SL975 Fisheye lens 

Rubber armored, shock-resistant for rough handling and tough environments

Depth rated down to 200ft/60m (camera in housing)

Depth rated down to 60ft/18m (inner camera)

What’s in the Box:

Underwater Housing for DC2000
DC2000 Inner-camera
Rechargeable 1130 mAh, 3.7V Battery
60cm USB cable (Micro B plug type)
Wall Charger (5V, 1A)
Int’l plug adapters
Camera case
Wrist strap for inner camera
Wrist strap with clip for UW housing
Flash Link optical cable adapter for UW housing
Moisture Muncher 2-capsule sample pack
Instruction Manual
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Scuba News: January 2017

Hello Divers!
It’s hard to believe it’s 2017! As another year begins we are excited for the endless possibilities it brings us. We look forward to our warm water trips we have booked along with new events, classes, programs and gear we have in store for you. We begin 2017 with a Photo Society Meeting featuring 2 presentations by customers. As February hits we get ready for our trip back to Roatan with 21 divers. Then not to soon after that we head to Ambon Indonesia with 23 divers! We are continuing our class and pool sessions throughout the winter months. We know this is the time that a lot of people travel, we are fully stocked with masks, fins, snorkels, wet suits, luggage and everything else you would need for a dive or snorkel trip! We would like to thank all of you for your continued support of our shop. We appreciate each and everyone of you. We look forward to diving and creating new memories with you in 2017!!
Undersea Divers Staff

Photo Society

We have 2 presenters to kick off the 2017 season. Andrea has just returned from a 2 week trip from Ambon Indonesia where she stayed at Maluku Divers. This is the same destination we will be heading in March so come check out the cool unique critters you will see. Second we have Stephen Setzer who joined us on our December Bonaire trip who will be showing some amazing images. We hope to see everyone there!
Date: Thursday January 26th
Location: 42 Water Street, Beverly
Time: 7:00pm

New Book: Shipwrecks North of Boston 

Our shipment of the newest edition of Shipwrecks North of Boston by local diver and captain, Raymond Bates have arrived at the store! ($20)
We also have posters of the North Shore will all of the locations of the wrecks for $10. Learn the history of our local waters!

Focus Lap Swimming Snorkel 

The Focus swim training snorkel features a unique, low-profile design that has been engineered for maximum comfort and durability, allowing the swimmer to focus solely on technique and proper body position by eliminating breathing motion.

Unique, low-profile, hydrodynamic tube reduces drag and eases breathing

Increases cardiovascular strength and lung capacity

Adjustable light weight head bracket with integrated cushion ensures comfortable fit

Silicone Comfo-Bite mouthpiece minimizes jaw fatigue

One-way purge valve positioned to maximize clearing of excess water

Triangular tube shape inhibits side-to-side rotation

 New Mask: Aqualung Profile

• Frameless mask folds flat for easy storage in a pocket making it the perfect back-up mask

• Single lens provides exceptional field of vision

• Very low volume

• High quality liquid injection silicone with double sealed skirt

• 2 piece clear mask box included • Skirt measures 12.2cm W x 10.8cm H (4.8” x 4.3”)

• Backed by our Exclusive Deep See Lifetime Warranty

New Computer: Aqualung i750T

The i750TC combines the best of today’s most advanced performance features with an out-of-the-box simple to use interface. Every feature thoughtfully maximizes your focus on the dive experience. Thanks to its exceptionally crisp OLED color screen, easy-to-use interface and 3-axis compass, reading your dive data has never been easier. And tracking and sharing your dive takes just seconds with its Bluetooth Smart wireless connectivity to your mobile device. With optional hoseless gas integration and a paired-for-life optional transmitter, your dive is off to a quick start. Powerful technology and engineering meets intuitive and compact in the i750TC.

Boston Sea Rovers Show

Save the date! The annual Boston Sea Rovers show is March 11th & 12th. This show includes daytime seminars, exhibitors where you can learn about new dive trips and gear as well as an evening Film Festival.  We will be having a booth in the exhibitor hall so make sure you stop on by!

Best Underwater Photos of 2016

This year may have been a rough one up here on Earth’s dry surface, but beneath the waves ocean life flourished and dazzled. The world’s most prestigious underwater photography competition has just announced its winning images for 2016—and they’re absolutely spellbinding.

 

The Ocean Art Photography competition has been ongoing for six years, and with each iteration, contestants seem to find new ways of capturing the alien beauty of life underwater. 2016 saw prizes handed out to 95 photographers from over 60 countries, in categories encompassing science (marine life behavior, reefscapes, and nudibranchs) and camera technology (wide angle, novice DSLR, and super-macro), not to mention the occasional highly-conceptual image of a dude repairing a beamer engine at the bottom of a pool.

See all Photos Here

DIVE TRAVEL with UNDERSEA DIVERS

Dominica


November 4th – 11th, 2017
Join us in Dominica November 4th – 11th, 2017. We ran a trip to Dominica this past November and loved it so we decided to head back to this lush island again. This time around we will be staying at a new resort, Fort Young in the heart of Rouseau. The trip we have booked is both for diving and nature tours so make sure you see what is included in the package!

Trip Details

Bonaire


December 2nd – 9th, 2017
We are headed back to our favorite island December 2nd – 9th, 2017. 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.

Trip Details

Fiji


March 24th – April 3rd, 2018
Join us at the VoliVoli Beach Resort in Fiji March 24th – April 3rd, 2018. This trip of a lifetime features an all inclusive plan for 10 nights with 8 days of diving. The area around VoliVoli is the Vatu-I-Ra passage also known as the Bligh Waters known for its abundance and diversity of marine life. The beautiful hard and soft corals will leave you in awe.

Trip Details

Upcoming Classes

Open Water Diver (class & pool sessions)
January 28th & February 4th  9am-4pm
March 4th & 11th   9am-4pm
Enriched Air Diver
Anytime: Call to Schedule
Try Scuba & Refresher Courses 
January 28th   2pm-4pm
February 4th    1pm – 3pm
March 4th         1pm – 3pm

Fun Videos

Eel vs. Octopus, Then Eel vs. Cameraman | National Geographic
Cuttlefish Hunting Prey | CUTTLEFISH BOLERO | Australian
Aqua Lung - i750TC Dive Computer
GoPro: Introducing HERO5 Black

Shipwrecks North of Boston

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Our shipment of the newest edition of Shipwrecks North of Boston by local diver and captain, Raymond Bates have arrived at the store! ($20)
We also have posters of the North Shore will all of the locations of the wrecks for $10. Learn the history of our local waters!

Synopsis: 

Shipwrecks North Of Boston Volume Two: Cape Ann is the second installment of Capt. Raymond H. Bates Jr.’s history of the maritime disasters that occurred along Boston’s North Shore. Whereas volume one explored the shipwrecks between Winthrop and Magnolia, volume two continues north up the coast encompassing the waters from Magnolia around Cape Ann and ends at the mouth of the Essex River off Coffins Beach. Over 600 shipwrecks are documented at the listing section at the back of the book while fifty three chapters explore in detail wrecks dating from 1635-1977. Stories of the imperiled mariners fighting furiously against the elements to survive are related as well as the valiant efforts of the lifesaving crews ashore rushing to their relief. These tales of human endurance are relevant even to those in modern day society. While relief was often the goal of the rescuers, others at times sought to benefit from their misfortunes by looting the cargoes and personal effects that washed ashore. As this book relates the citizens of Cape Ann as a whole acted in the highest benevolence towards the endangered fellow mariners and brought relief to the shipwrecked survivors as well as the respectful internment to those who perished. Volume Two is richly illustrated with actual photos of the wrecks as well as artists renderings of earlier incidents. A brief history of Cape Ann is explored at the beginning of the book relating its maritime legacy in times of peace and war. Its three main industries; fishing, shipbuilding and stone quarrying defined the capes economic resurgence from the early colonial times to the present day. Surrounded by water, the Capes reliance on sturdy vessels for transport contributed to numerous shipwrecks right at its very own doorstep. Volume two brings the reader back to those days of struggle and delivers the stories of triumph and tragedy highlighting Cape Ann’s glorious maritime past.

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Bonaire Pictures: December 2016

Back in December we visited our favorite island, Bonaire. We had a great group of 10 people with us, all who have been to Bonaire before except for 2 new divers. The water was 83 degrees, visibility was around 80 feet and we had great weather other than one day of rain. We completed around 20 dives for the week with some people doing a few more than that. We were treated with some special critters such as seahorses and spotted eagle rays. Here are some photos to show you what critters you can see while diving and snorkeling in Bonaire. A huge thank you to Steve Setzer who captured all of these wonderful images. He is quite the talented photographer!

Are you interested in joining us on one of our Bonaire trips? Check out our next trip here. 

December Newsletter

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Hello Divers!
We hope you had a happy and fun Thanksgiving! Last month kicked off our first warm water trip of the fall to an island in the SouthEast Caribbean, Dominica. The island is beautiful with lush green rainforests, waterfalls and rivers. We explored the Titou Gorge and Trafalger falls in the afternoons after diving. The waters were a warm 84 to 86 degrees. We saw the typical Caribbean marine life like banded coral shrimp,a ridiculous amount of  porcupine fish, spotted morays, turtles and giant sponges. We are planning on heading back to Dominica next fall so stay tuned for trip details.
This month we head back to one of our favorite islands, Bonaire. We are looking forward to the great meals, diving, warm waters and of course great company. If you haven’t booked a warm water dive vacation recently, we will be announcing our 2017 and 2018 line up of trips shortly.
For the month of December we have some great specials going on so make sure to check those out below. These specials will run through the month of December (but remember we close down from 12-24 through 1-1) so don’t miss out.
As most of you know, DEMA (Biggest Scuba TradeShow) was last month. This is the time of year when new products are released. We are excited to let you know we have picked up some new items (some in stock now, some hit the shelves in a month or two) such as BCDs, Masks, Knives, Wetsuits, Computers and Drysuits. We are always looking for the next best item to help you enhance your scuba diving lifestyle.
We hope everyone has a great holiday season!
Happy Diving!
-Undersea Divers
 
Please note we will be closing early on Saturday December 10th at 2pm. 

December Deals

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This month we have some specials deals! Check out the link for all of the details!
Mask, Fins, Snorkel, Gift Cards, Cameras & Accessories

New Pool Facility 

As many of you may know, the pool we were using, the Paul Lydon Aquatic Center, suffered bad roof damage from a wind and rain storm at the end of October. The repairs will take awhile, so we have decided to hold our pool sessions at the Bennett Center at Gordon College in Wenham. We teach the PADI Open Water Diver course at the college so we are very familiar with the people and the facility. We are excited to start teaching our classes there on December 10th and know you will enjoy this pool!

Simply Free Special: Get a free computer!

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Just in time for the holiday season – give the gift of new gear to your favorite dive buddy or treat yourself to a new kit! Purchase any qualifying* Aqua Lung Regulator and BC and receive an i300 Wrist Computer for FREE!
*Qualifying products exclude Titan and Calypso regulators and Pro and Wave BCDs. Offer valid October 14th, 2016 – December 31st, 2016 or while supplies last at participating Aqua Lung retailers in the U.S and Canada. Visit your authorized Aqua Lung Retailer for more details.

Upcoming Class Schedule

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PADI Open Water Diver Course
  • December 10th & 17th
  • January 28th & February 4th
  • March 4th & 11th
PADI DrySuit Course
  • December 10th & 11th
Try Scuba & Refresher Courses
  • January 28th
  • February 4th
  • March 4th

Stocking Stuff Ideas for the Diver In Your Life

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We have made a list of the top stocking stuffers. Head over to our blog to read the full list. 

New Gear! Introducing the Aqualung Soul & Pearl

 

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Aqualung has introduced the Soul which is the same as the Soul i3 BCD they currently make but without the i3 inflator hose. This BCD is incredibly comfortable, taking all of the weight off of your shoulders and onto your hips. This BCD also holds the tank much tighter to your body for added comfort and maneuverability. The Soul is the woman’s version of the Axiom which is one of our best selling BCDs. We have these in stock so come on by to try one on! Learn More Here. 

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Aqualung’s Woman’s Pearl BCD has had a face-lift. They have taken away the sports bra feature. It is a wrap-around jacket style BC specifically designed for the female diver. It offers an adjustable waistband and specially curved shoulder straps that provide a customization and comfortable fit. Learn More Here. 

 

Scuba Confidential: An Insiders Guide to Becoming a Better Diver

 

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A customer of ours discovered this great book and we wanted to share it with all of you. We have recommended this book to many people and everyone loved it and said how helpful it really was.

Scuba Confidential is a unique book packed full of valuable tips and expert advice, giving you unprecedented access to the secrets of dive professionals and technical divers. With Scuba Confidential, you will learn how to master skills and techniques that will make you a more confident, capable and safe diver.

It offers an informed, balanced view on some of scuba diving’s most contentious issues like going solo, deep diving and rebreathers and includes a comprehensive analysis of how diving accidents happen and how to make sure you do not become a statistic.

Scuba Confidential also gives you valuable insights on a vast range of topics such as what it is like to do a cave diving course, how to make sure you buy the right equipment, what to consider when choosing an instructor, things even the pros get wrong and where to find the best diving in the world.

This is candid, no-nonsense practical advice from a professional who has been involved over the last three decades with virtually every aspect of the sport.

Have you ever wondered?

How to look as comfortable in the water as the professionals do?
What it is like to dive inside shipwrecks?
Which training courses are most worthwhile?
If you would make a good technical diver?
If you should be considering a rebreather?
How you can improve your diving skills?
How you can reduce your air consumption?
Why diving accidents happen and how to prevent them?
Whether you might sometimes actually be safer solo diving?
How to dive deep safely? Or
How muck diving can possibly be any fun?

Scuba Confidential has the answers to these questions and many more.

Buy it on Amazon

Scuba Skill: Finning Techniques

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Finning, like walking or running, is something we can all do. Propelling ourselves efficiently in the water is a key aspect of diving. However, much like running, that doesn’t mean that we all do it well or use the best techniques. See videos of finning techniques here. 

Dive Roatan: Trip FULL

We had such an amazing trip to Anthony’s Key Resort in Roatan last April we are going again! We will be headed back to Roatan February 18th -25th, 2017. The best news is we have an ever better deal this time around! They are offering Buy 1 Spot, Get the Second FREE!


Join us for exotic marine life, beautiful bungalows that sit at the water’s edge and fantastic dining at this all inclusive resort. Below outlines what this fantastic trip has in store for you. By the time you finish reading this, you will already be thinking of booking your plane ticket from cold snowy weather to sun glistening water and palm trees swaying in the island breeze. Don’t miss the chance to make wonderful memories for you and your friends and family.

 

Looking for a Male Roommate & Female Roommate!

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.

Upcoming Classes

PADI Open Water Diver
(Class & Pool Sessions)
December 10th & 17th
January 28th & February 4th
March 4th & March 11th
PADI Drysuit Diver
December 10th & 11th
PADI Equipment Specialist 
TDB
PADI Enriched Air Diver
Anytime!
PADI Try Scuba
January 28th
February 4th
March 4th

Night Dives: September 9th & 16th

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Hello Divers!

We are excited to host a Night Dive on September 9th and September 16th. We are not sure where we will be going quite yet. We will visit the dive sites that morning and decide on the best spot. This will be a one tank dive after sunset.  This dive is open to Dive Society Members, if you are not a member, you can join that Friday during store hours. Shaun Maguire will be your Dive Master.

 

Here are the details:

Location: TBD that morning. Please call the store that Friday for details. Possible dive sites are Old Garden, Folly Cove, Back Beach or Niles Beach.

Time: 6:30pm meet up time. 

Gear: You are required to have a main light and a backup light. If you need any rental gear please come in that Friday between 10 – 6pm. We do not rent lights but have options for purchase. You will receive half price rentals if you need anything.
LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE!!!
You MUST RSVP by calling us at 978-927-9551 or by email at dive@underseadivers.com. There are limited spots available for this dive so first come, first serve.