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New Lower Price on CompuMask

Aeris has just announced that they have lowered the suggested retail on their popular CompuMask.

This unique mask features a fully air-integrated dive computer right in your mask. The readout tracking depth, time and air appears in the lower right corner of the mask. The CompuMask had retailed for $1495 but Aeris has lowered the price to $999.95. Read more about New Lower Price on CompuMask

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Go Pro Night!!

We have a PADI GoPro night scheduled for next Friday July 23 at 6pm here at the shop. Have you every thought about taking your diving to the next level? Maybe even get paid to dive? Sounds crazy, getting paid to go diving!! This is the night to find out if that path is for you. Never say never, come down that night and hear my story about how I got into diving and where it lead me. Read more about Go Pro Night!!

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Aqua Cat Purrs!!

We just returned from our favorite Bahamas trip of all time!! The Aqua Cat lived up to everything we remembered from two years ago when we last visited. It was a little windy which made for a few hours of rough seas but Captain Ron (yes, that's his real name) did a great job of keeping the rough rides to a minimum.

We dove some old favorite sites like Jewfish Wall and Flat Rock Reef, the drift dives of Wax Cut Caye and the Washing Machine and of course, the shark dive at Amberjack Reef. To ease us with the wind, we spent 2 days on Eleuthera and got to see some new sites like the Cobia Cage and Split Rock. Read more about Aqua Cat Purrs!!

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New Equipment from Sub Gear

We are pleased to bring some new items from Sub Gear into the shop. This is a smaller company, an offshoot of Scubapro. We have brought in some long sleeve rash guards with some cool tribal graphics on them. The Ladies comes in white and Mens comes in black. Read more about New Equipment from Sub Gear

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Mass Migration of Stingrays

Looking like giant leaves floating in the sea, thousands of Golden Rays are seen here gathering off the coast of Mexico . The spectacular scene was captured as the magnificent creatures made one of their biannual mass migrations to more agreeable waters. Gliding silently beneath the waves, they turned vast areas of blue water to gold off the northern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula . Sandra Critelli, an amateur photographer, stumbled across the phenomenon while looking for whale sharks. She said: 'It was an unreal image, very difficult to describe. The surface of the water was covered by warm and different shades of gold and looked like a bed of autumn leaves gently moved by the wind. Read more about Mass Migration of Stingrays

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Belize Report

Dave took a group of 12 down to Ambergris Caye in Belize last month. They stayed at the very beautiful Ramon's Village Resort. The rooms were thatched covered cabanas and the beach was perfect. The diving was fun and all agreed that the 3 tank dive to the Blue Hole were the best dives of the trip. Read more about Belize Report

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Intro to Technical Diving Clinic

If you are curious to learn more about technical diving then come down to Dive Utah April 14 at 6:30pm for an Intro to Tec Diving Clinic. We will even have a few sets of double tanks for you to try out in the pool!!

Technical diving is scuba diving’s “extreme” sport, taking experienced and qualified divers far deeper than in mainstream recreational diving. Technical diving is marked by significantly more equipment and training requirements to manage the additional hazard this type of diving entails. If you think it's not for you, you are right — it's NOT for you! Tec diving isn’t for everyone... It is extremely challenging... But for those who hear its challenge call, the DSAT TecRec courses are the answer. Read more about Intro to Technical Diving Clinic

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