Scuba in New York


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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Aquatic Center of Rochester
    Shop printer_copier_scanner_string and computers and other great computers and go home with a new and reliable computer you can count on. For the curious, Aquatic Center of Rochester boasts a central location to nearby parking.
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    2725 East Henrietta Road
    Henrietta, NY US
  • Scuba New York
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Scuba New York facet_type_id: f01f35b0-5f37-1032-8e93-0eeb52af33e1 html_text: Mask? Check. Flippers? Check. Tank? Check. Scuba New York gives you all the skills and supplies you need to dive in open water. Classes start at the most basic level in the facility's indoor saltwater pool and progress through such advanced techniques as rescue diving and ice diving.
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    2037 Central Park Ave.
    Yonkers, NY US
  • CrossFit AEVITAS
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: CrossFit ÆVITAS facet_type_id: 17ff30e0-5f2d-1032-b7f7-7d42b6d57c08 html_text: The team of trainers and athletes at CrossFit ÆVITAS work closely with groups of exercisers, running them through the ever-changing Workout of the Day. The constant rotation of fitness regimens ensures that muscles never get so good at one particular movement that they stop developing. The intense workouts blend cardio and plyometrics to build healthy hearts and layers of lean muscle.
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    1 Charles Blvd.
    Guilderland, NY US