By Giselle Aguiar
A few months ago I decided that for my 60th birthday this year, I would tackle one of the items of my bucket list – getting my scuba certification. I wrote about my background and why I never finished my certification 35 years ago in this post.
I went online to take the Read More…
We are proud to announce that Scuba Schools International, SSI, has awarded Scuba Professionals of Arizona as a SSI Diamond Dive Center!
SSI announces that “Only Dive Centers recognized as the leaders in their marketplace can be considered for the SSI Diamond Rating”.
Furthermore, SSI states that Scuba Professionals of Arizona “makes a commitment to excellence and leadership in the categories of BUSINESS PRACTICES & ETHICS – QUALITY ASSURANCE – EDUCATION COMMITMENT – CUSTOMER SERVICE – DIVING PASSION.
Scuba Professionals of Arizona’s GM, Paul Wagenseller, says that “This is a great honor and privilege. Since we … Read More…
Watch this cool video – Diving in California – from one of our many dive trips to California!
The fun starts already before we go under the water as Dolphins play around the dive boat on our way to the dive sites.
On this trip we were diving outside the Santa Catalina Island and the San Clemente Island. Dive conditions were excellent with perfectly calm seas!
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Whether you’re part of a scuba diving couple or you want to convince your sweetie to become certified, there are several options for having the perfect scuba diving romantic getaway.
Couples can relax at a resort in Caribbean, get hitched underwater with sharks in the Bahamas or just go for a private dive in Hawaii.
Relax at a Resort
Couples who want the resort experience may want to consider the Caribbean where they can stay at Couples Resort in Jamaica. Exploring the Jamaican reefs while admiring dolphins and sea turtles is available for certified divers in the morning and the … Read More…
Do you rent scuba equipment when you go on a dive trip? Well, you should have your own mouthpiece that attaches to the scuba regulator. In this video, Paul Wagenseller of Scuba Professionals of Arizona, explains why.
So, if you don’t want to get sick from using rented equipment, it’s wise to get your own mouthpiece and carry it with you when … Read More…