Scuba in Bensonhurst


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  • Ocean Horizons Scuba
    There's really no better place to spend the weekend with your family than at Ocean Horizons Scuba in Brooklyn. For those who wish to avoid traffic, Ocean Horizons Scuba is also accessible via public transportation, with a close stop at 8 Ave. (N). Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    861 71st St
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • Scuba Network
    Whether soccer, football or basketball is your sport of choice, Scuba Network in New York has gear for just about every sport. Take on some of the roughest back country trails on one of their stellar mountain bikes. If you plan on driving, you'll appreciate the great parking options nearby Scuba Network. Don't wait until the season starts to freshen up your gear. Head on over to Scuba Network in New York today and upgrade your sporting attire and gear.
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    43 W 21st St
    New York, NY US
  • Stingray Divers
    Sports fans flock to Brooklyn's Stingray Divers for a fun day away. With a sizzling plate of terrific food, this club boasts among the best eats this side of the city. Tots are more than welcome to hang with their parents at this club. Enter into combat (paintball combat, that is) at Stingray Divers, and get ready to pull out the big guns. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles. If driving doesn't appeal, you can take public transportation, with nearby stops at Grand St. (L), Graham Ave. (L), and Montrose Ave. (L).
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    762 Grand St
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • Adventure Scuba New York
    For many, the depths of the world's oceans and lakes are places so unfamiliar they might as well be on another planet. For the team of experienced, thrill-seeking instructors at Adventure Scuba, however, they're just another place to explore. With one of these coaches for each three to four students on a pool dive, the PADI Five-Star IDC center leads any student aged 10 years and older into the underwater world through various classes focused on hands-on instruction. A PADI open-water certification course uses the controlled environment of the center's 90 degree pool to introduce basic equipment use and techniques, giving students the skills necessary to continue their training in local waters or recreate Jacques Cousteau's bachelor party. In the warmer months, the center also offers a range of specialty dive certifications, such as advanced and rescue diving; it also hosts year-round classroom courses in Enriched Air Diving, CPR and first aid. Though Adventure Scuba provides much of its training equipment to students at no additional cost, its dive shop sells essential diving gear by manufacturers such as Oceanic, Henderson and ScubaPro.
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    1737 York Avenue
    New York, NY US
  • Oceanblue Divers
    The flipper-clad minds behind Oceanblue Divers live and breathe below the sea—and they're bent on helping others do the same. But while their expertise pervades every aspect of scuba adventuring, their facility's offerings can be boiled down to three deep-diving categories: training, gear, and travel. The Training: Cookies are central to the Oceanblue Divers training philosophy—but not in any edible form. The PADI-certified instructors instead view baking as the antithesis of their diver-training program. Nobody can learn to dive through rote steps and precise measurements, they believe, but rather only by becoming comfortable through and through with the gear, the techniques, and the ocean's depths. Hence the curriculum: a mix of classroom instruction and pool practice augmented by real-world anecdotes from the instructors. A notable absence? Recipes. The Gear: The onsite shop stocks equipment from some of the top scuba brands in the world, including Aqua Lung, Henderson, Mares, and Liquivision. Divers can also shop on-the-go by browsing everything from dive bags to gauges in the online store. The Travel: The Bahamas, Indonesia, the Cayman Islands—such tropical locales are par for the course when it comes to Oceanblue Divers' adventures, upon which all skill levels are welcome. The team can also function as quasi-travel agents, building custom vacations for divers with specific destinations in mind, such as Cozumel or their neighbor's hot tub.
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    35 Waterside Plaza
    New York, NY US
  • Scuba Network New Jersey
    Spanning the eastern shores of the U.S. from New York to Florida, Scuba Network’s staff has overseen thousands of completed scuba certifications throughout its eight locations. Group NAUI certification courses keep learning to dive simple with a three-step process that includes online academic training, pool sessions, and open-water dives with sharks that have had their teeth removed by a dentist. Staffers supplement dives with know-how on equipment, from masks and snorkels to underwater cameras.
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    294 5th Avenue
    New York, NY US