Scuba in Brownsville


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  • Squalo Divers
    Squalo Divers, a PADI Five Star Dive Center, works in tandem with top industry brands such as Aqualung, Mares, and GoPro to outfit divers so they can explore underwater ecosystems. Equipment such as tanks, depth gauges and buoyancy-control devices prepares landlubbers for underwater travel without tricking a whale into swallowing them. Alternatively, the shop’s maintenance services can whip older gear into working order before each aqueous adventure. Taught by certified instructors, Squalo Divers' courses run the gamut of scuba instruction, ranging from basic open-water certification to emergency-responder techniques. Courses incorporate cutting-edge training materials—including dependable gear and online study aids—and are taught in English or Spanish. The scuba center also offers trips to explore local waterways renowned for their extensive array of marine life.
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    16604 NE 2nd Ave
    North Miami Beach, FL US
  • Aquanauts Scuba Academy
    Whether they're teaching divers to explore like a fish or prepping medics for underwater rescue, the licensed trainers at Aquanauts Scuba Academy provide professional equipment and training for all scuba-related needs. Trainers work with divers of all ages and experience levels, leading basic through advanced classes for kids through adults. They also stay active on the water, conducting daily dive charters as well as weekly courses and monthly diving expeditions.
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    801 NE 33 St
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US
  • Pompano Dive Center
    Boasting a five-star certification from the Professional Association of Diving Instructors, Pompano Dive Center's seasoned staff enlighten aquatic adventurers during comprehensive snorkeling and scuba-diving courses. The crew welcomes divers into a practice swimming pool or aboard their custom-built boat, Sea Dog Diver. The vessel departs into South Florida's beautiful waters in search of marine wildlife, wrecks, and schools of fried fish sticks. The team helps pupils gain PADI certification and teach specialty courses such as underwater photography and freediving, the art of diving with only a single breath. The staff also mans a retail shop, which carries the full ScubaPro line and enough wetsuits to clothe all of Atlantis's top businessmen.
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    101 N Riverside Dr, Ste 111
    Pompano Beach, FL US
  • Abundant Life Scuba
    Permanently populating the ocean with people would be a massive undertaking, so the staff at Abundant Life Scuba does so on a temporary basis. Their classes, which include rental equipment, coursework, and fees, help students become PADI-certified divers, open-water divers, rescue divers, and divemasters. For a memento, they document each diver’s course and burn it to DVD.
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    8854 Southwest 11th Street
    Boca Raton, FL US
  • Sail Fish Scuba
    Sail Fish Scuba owners Chris and Jennifer Kerr want their clients to be able to do it all, exploring the water above and below with the necessary equipment, skills, and know-how. Beginner and advanced scuba divers can begin or further their underwater educations, or head out on one of the guided reef and wreck dives in a number of locales. Snorkeling outings are ideal for more casual explorers, as no extensive training is needed for open-water dives, and guides snap photos of participants during the trip that they can show to all their envious camel friends. Other outings include guided kayak tours, or leisurely boat rides through the mangrove trees.
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    103100 Overseas Hwy.
    Key Largo, FL US
  • Diver's Den
    Diver’s Den Miami’s Saturday scuba classes inculcate new divers with aquatic expertise with a contagious enthusiasm the Miami NewTimes celebrated by making it the city’s best dive shop in 2006. Experienced instructors guide students through courses composed of up to 2.5 hours of classroom time and roughly two hours of pool instruction in which participants shout brusque commands at largely unresponsive puddles. The class does not include equipment, so clients should either bring their own snorkel, fins and mask or rent required equipment plus boots at the dive shop ($19), from which they can glean tips and tricks from the years their rental equipment has helped students during class.
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    12614 SW 88th St
    Miami, FL US