Eastern Watersports wants to get you in the water, whether that means coaxing you onto a paddle board, helping you earn your Scuba certification, or just outfitting you in a brand new wetsuit. The shops sells all the equipment and accessories aquatic adventurers need to navigate the waves, from top-quality paddle boards and kayaks to sea scooters and underwater cameras. And, the experienced staff leads a variety of tours and lessons for beginners or those hoping to better hone their surf, wake board, paddle board, or water skiing skills.
Atlantic Edge Dive Center's dive-masters might technically be classified as land mammals, but they spend enough time under water to earn the honorary title of amphibian. They spend days and nights teaching and leading dives, whether they're arming curious beginners with basic skills in one of their on-site swimming pools, or conducting open water certification tests off the coast. They go beyond simply certifying students for adventure: they provide rescue diving, dive master, and instructor training as well.
Their passion for the aquatic pastime draws them to all kinds of watery outposts. They lead excursions to the Florida keys to help rehabilitate the coral reefs surrounding the islands, and dive into the relatively calm waters of the tanks in the Baltimore National Aquarium, where they have a chance to see 53 species of fish feed in the secret underwater cafeteria.
At Diver's Den in Baltimore, you can take your sports performance to the next level with some new sporting equipment, attire, and gear.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
At Diver's Den in Baltimore, you can find the most innovative and efficient sporting goods so stop by today and pick up some new digs.
Chesapeake Underwater Sports founder Mike Nieman has spent the majority of his life in or around water. As a child, many of his relatives worked Chesapeake Bay as watermen. In 1972, Mike began diving for the U.S. Air Force, and after his service, became a merchant seaman. During those years, and through all those experiences, Mike kept his eye on one dream: opening a dive shop of his own.
Mike did just that in 1987. Today, having been involved in the training of more than 2,000 divers, he continues to promote the sport–or, in his case, lifestyle–of diving through instruction. At his shop, Mike and his team of NAUI instructors provide education ranging from basic courses all the way up to instructor qualification programs. They also assist clients in planning exotic diving trips, and maintain an expansive stock of equipment and accessories.
Sports fans flock to Columbia's Columbia Scuba for a fun day away.
Every great place has a restaurant on the side. When you come to this club, it's no different.
Families will feel right at home at this club with its kid-friendly atmosphere.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Granted, scuba diving isn’t the first sport on people’s minds when they think of Washington, DC. But in any major urban center, there are bound to be plenty of people who like to go underwater, and DC is no exception. Blue Planet Scuba is where those water lovers dive into when they need the newest gear. Aside from selling scuba stuff, Blue Planet also offers certification programs, runs classes and organizes group and custom dive trips. While the Dupont area store is small, anyone who enters will be surprised to discover the large diving community that Blue Planet Scuba has developed. In fact, regular guests will start feeling like they are going to a club headquarters rather than a store.