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Dive In for Haiti

We are all shocked by the aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti. As divers who frequent the Caribbean we have all seen the effects of hurricanes and natural disasters. Join Dive Utah as we raise money for Haitian Relief on January 30 from 1-4pm.

Divers
Come down to Dive Utah, donate at least $10 and take a dive in the pool. Feel free to use our equipment if you need (though if we are busy you might need to wait your turn).

Non-Divers
Non-divers can try out scuba diving. Our instructors are volunteering so the normal price of a Discover Scuba, $15, will also go the relief donation. Call ahead to schedule your Discover time. Read more about Dive In for Haiti

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New Scubapro Fins

We have replaced our entry level fin with the new Scubapro Jet Sport. You will notice a similar look to their popular Twin Jets but minus the split. It has a vented blade for a more efficent stroke and come in 4 sizes and 4 colors (black with gray, blue, yellow and red).

Come down and give a pair a try today!

 

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Saba Trip in February

Rising steeply from the Caribbean Sea, Saba is a special island that takes you away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Four small villages are as quaint and charming as the people that you will meet. Saba is a monument to nature’s best above and below the ocean’s surface.

The famous Marine park is second to none. Lava tunnels and hot springs remind divers of the dramatic volcanic beginnings of the island. The small leeward side hosts spur and grove reef formations but it is her pinnacles that have made Saba famous. The pinnacles are actually the summits of underwater mountains, beginning at around 85’ and extending deep into the abyss. They are awesomely impressive, not only to divers but apparently to the larger fish and pelagics that are frequent visitors. Read more about Saba Trip in February

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