Scuba in Sarasota Springs


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  • Scuba Bill's Aquatic Adventures
    The certified instructors at Scuba Bill's Aquatic Adventures guide students through a slew of advanced diving classes as well as specialty courses in spear fishing and rescue diving. They even organize trips to exotic locales, where students can put their skills to use while diving through some of the world's most beautiful underwater scenery.
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    4948 58th Terrace E
    Bradenton, FL US
  • Bill Jackson
    Bill Jackson's Shop for Adventure is a full-service outfitter providing adventure apparel and instruction to outdoor enthusiasts. With this deal, Grouponers can choose between a lesson in recreational or sea kayaking to fulfill their nautical needs. The four-hour sea-kayaking lesson is broken into two two-hour sessions during which ocean-bound students will learn rescue skills, fundamental techniques, and canoe insults. In the 3-hour recreational lesson, aspiring aqua navigators will practice entries, reentries, rescues, and paddle techniques. To avoid insidious dolphin pranks, lessons are held in the heated indoor pool and the on-site lake.
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    9501 US Highway 19 N
    Pinellas Park, FL US
  • Shark-Con
    This Florida Aquarium-sponsored event celebrates the aquatic predator and its fellow ocean life with activities and fun for all ages. Guests can test out the latest scuba-diving equipment in a pool, or try their hands and legs at paddleboarding. Educators let visitors feed bamboo sharks, which surprisingly look nothing like wood. Touch tanks hold even more animals, from horseshoe crabs to snakes, while fossils from the aquarium open a window into oceans past. To foster a greater appreciation of the world's waters, Shark-Con brings in experts from Discovery Channel's Shark Week, National Geographic, and other areas of marine science. There will also be fishing clinics and a "how to set up a saltwater tank" clinic, as well as kids activities like a shark tooth dig, bounce house, coloring projects, and a shark ride. Check out 75 ocean-themed vendors after watching "The Last Shark".
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    4800 U.S. 301
    Tampa, FL US
  • Deep Six Divers Service
    Full SCUBA retail. We do it all if it has to do with the sport of Scuba diving. Indoor heated pool for training is a giant plus for the comfort of our students. Classes range from basic to trimix rebreather. Full repair facility including on site Hydro testing. Gas fills from air to trimix. Best gear selection in Fla
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    1631 E Edgewood Dr
    Lakeland, FL US
  • Narcosis Scuba Center
    Narcosis Scuba prepares divers of all skill levels for open sea exploration by giving them the education and equipment they need to safely explore the ocean's criminal underworld. An open water certification course outfits submerged swimmers with a designation from the Professional Association of Diving Instructors, the world's top training organization for scuba diving. Depending on whether you choose an evening, daytime, or weekend class, the curriculum spans one to two weeks and consists of two to four classroom sessions, two dives in an enclosed pool, and a weekend on the open water. Narcosis provides the heavy-duty equipment for each class, so students can leave their harpoon guns at home. However, students must supply their own mask, snorkel, fins, booties, gloves, and weight belt?all of which can be rented from Narcosis for an extra charge. Once they've completed the course, aquatic adventurers can freely probe the briny deep on their own and play the fishbone xylophone during its many undersea musical numbers.
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    926 N Pinellas Ave
    Tarpon Springs, FL US
  • Scuba Quest - CORPORATE
    For more than two decades, Scuba Quest has helped people breathe and thrive during underwater expeditions. The certification course, which is limited to eight students per instructor, includes both classroom instruction and pool sessions, allowing scuba pupils to hop into the calming waters of a pool and soak their limbs in its aqueous energy. Led by NAUI-certified instructors, diving disciples gradually build the chutzpah required to swim with the stingrays and flap their dorsal fins during the course's five open-water dives. Students of scuba receive a textbook, workbook, record folder, dive tables, logbook, certification registration, and a Scuba Diver Certification card for impressing landlubber friends. Although tanks, a buoyancy compensator, and a regulator with octopus and gauges are provided, participants should bring their own scuba mask, snorkel, fins, weight belt, and weights. Check out the schedule for class times.
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    37 Del Prado Blvd N
    Cape Coral, FL US
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