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Dive Right In Scuba

Scuba
24222 W Lockport St, Plainfield, IL 60544 24222 W Lockport St, Plainfield Directions
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+18152678400

Sports fans know to plan their weekend around Plainfield's Dive Right In Scuba, IL. This club is obviously the place to be, so get your calendar out and make plans to visit it soon.

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  • Hours
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    Closed
    Mon-Fri
    11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
    Sat
    10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Report | 4 years ago
Joe Bailey did a great job training my 10-year old son. Joe gave extra attention where it was needed and made sure my son was ready for his first open water dive. We were very satisfied.
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One fish peeks out inquisitively from behind a lichen-covered tank. Others swim through the windows and railings of a sunken ship, passing odd artifacts such as an electric guitar or a sign reading "Tricycle parking only." Surreal scenes like these aren’t accessible to most landlubbers, but they’re part of a worldwide subaquatic playground for Dive Right In’s students and staff of certified dive instructors and instructor trainers. An SDI, ERDi, and TDI five-star instructor training facility, the shop is helmed by teachers who coach their customers to achieve RTSC standards, and employ many of the same skills they use to train police, fire department, and lifeguard dive teams.

Among the caves and wrecks of local quarries and Lake Michigan, instructors prepare their trainees to dive down as far as 60 feet, the farthest depth at which they can guarantee there’ll be no sea monsters. They also lead courses in TDI technical diving, diver First-Aid, and specialty certifications such as adventure or rescue diver. Inside the dive shop, techs sell and repair masks, snorkels, wetsuits, and gear such as dive computers, regulators, and tanks.

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