Up to 32 games of bowling can be played at once at Diamond Strike Lanes and Sports Bar, and with a lively special effects and lights show, evenings are a real party. Bumpers fill out the gutters for youngsters and bowling newbies, and a live DJ spins tunes on the weekends. When the DJ is not in the house, a video jukebox shuffles more than10,000 song options and 10 PSAs on the importance of proper bowling shoe attire. The alley?s sports bar blasts live games on 30 flat screen TVS and opens its outdoor patio for guests to relax with a beer or wine. The bar?s menu features pizzas, burgers, and homemade chili.
Each staff member at Life's A Beach Watersports is certified by NACWO, the National Association of Commercial Watersports Operators. The team uses its expertise to safely dole out adrenaline rushes, whether in the water or the air, to locals and tourists alike. Atop waverunners, ocean kayaks, or standup paddleboards, guests can finally help their goldfish find its deadbeat dad. The shop also rents out cabanas, chairs, and umbrellas for relaxing days on the beach, and package rentals grant their purchasers everything required to enjoy a day on the water.
Firearm dealer, basic pistol classes to qualify Florida residents to apply for their concealed weapons permit. Dixie Guns and Ammo is the main purchasing agent for the Florida Ammunition and Firearm Group Buy Club: groupbuybulkammo.com
Hop aboard Ocean Explorer Charters' flagship, the M/V Ocean Explorer, for a thrilling scuba diving cruise led by a knowledgeable, experienced crew of expert divers. The four-hour adventure allows aspiring sea floor explores to take two dives, delving into a shipwreck and a coral reef. In an effort to maintain a low crew to diver ratio so that each diver receives plenty of personal attention, groups will be kept to fewer than 20 certified divers, or two aquatically enthused elephants. Some equipment is available for rental; however, divers must supply their own buoyancy compensator, regulator, mask, fins, wetsuit, tank, weight belt, and cool nickname.
It's another world underwater, populated with life almost alien. Making the exploration of that world accessible is why the founders of Scuba Network opened seven instructional scuba centers throughout New Jersey, New York, and southeast Florida. At all of the locations, certified divers lead Discover Scuba classes that allow first-timers to slip into scuba gear and see what it's like to breathe underwater and sprout their first gills. For those left entranced by the experience, Scuba Network offers an Open Water Scuba Certification course, during which learn a variety of scuba techniques in a pool before embarking on open dives. Scuba Network also sells all the necessary equipment from brands such as Mares and Aeris, and also organize dive travel packages to exotic locales such as the Galapagos and the Mayan Riviera in Cozumel, Mexico.
The world's first indoor trampoline park, Sky Zone hosts a wall-to-wall jumping experience so unique it has been awarded a U.S. patent. People of all ages congregate on its springy surfaces for everything from kids' playdates to high-flying fitness classes that burn up to 1,000 calories an hour. Visitors can meander along the bounceable terrain in the Open Jump, throw themselves into a Foam Zone filled with soft foam blocks, slam basketballs in Sky Slam lanes, or sharpen their competitive edges in trampoline-assisted sports such as Ultimate Dodgeball. SkyRobics classes merge gravity-defying fun with fitness during instructor-led workouts that include calisthenics, core exercises, and strength-building aerobics that build muscle without risking hurting joints or a wrong turn on a treadmill.