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Where Can I Fill My Avalanche Airbag?

Avalanche Airbags Avalanche bags have seen a massive increase in usage among the ski and sled community as they’ve gotten more affordable and reliable over the years. The principle is simple; if caught in an avalanche, the victim deploys their avi-pack, and either an electric fan or a compressed gas inflates an “air bag” that […]

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Underwater Pumpkin Carving Dive

It’s that time of year again! With Halloween just around the corner, Dive Alaska has set dates for our famous underwater pumpkin carving contest. On Saturday, October 29th, join fellow divers at Smitty’s Cove in Whittier for the competition, which will feature food, fun, great photo-ops, and a chance to take part in an annual […]

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Holiday Hours

We’ve got special holiday hours for this Christmas 2017 season. Take a look here to be in the know!

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Time for some underwater pumpkin carving!

Do you want to hang out with local divers, maybe make some new friends, win some prizes, and watch your Dive Alaska shop-monkey, Ron, scream in frustration at a piece of produce while underwater?   Well, we do too!   Halloween is just around the corner, and it’s time for some underwater pumpkin carving. Everybody […]

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Customer Appreciation Day!

Dive Alaska will be having a Customer Appreciation Day on Monday, June 12th, from 5:00-6:30 PM. Swing by the shop to enjoy some delicious BBQ, courtesy of our very own Gareth Dimery! Come hang out with local divers and enjoy food, drinks, and more. Everybody is welcome, regardless of experience or skill level. RSVP on […]

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DIR Workshop and Demo on Sunday, May 21st

Here at Dive Alaska, we pride ourselves on practicing a style of scuba diving called DIR–or Doing It Right.  The way the story goes, a news reporter was asking renowned cave diver William Hogarth Main about how his teams had such an excellent safety record while performing challenging cave dives, to which he responded, “Because we […]

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Nitrox Course on March 7th

Dive Alaska will be running a Nitrox Enriched Air course on March 7th from 5:30 to 8:30 PM. The cost of this course is $100 per person. PADI training materials cost $63. Nitrox is a great way for recreational divers to extend bottom time between 40 and 130 feet. This classroom session is the absolute […]

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UPDATED TIME for Scubapro event this Sunday

UPDATED TIME for Scubapro event this Sunday!   Our annual 2017 Scubapro event will be taking place from 4:00–6:00PM this Sunday at our shop, NOT at the previously announced time.   Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.   Thanks everyone!   – Dive Alaska staff

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Scubapro Product Update and Giveaway!

We thought you might enjoy seeing the latest innovations from Scubapro, so we are inviting you to our next factory update, which will be on the evening of Sunday, January 29, from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. He will also have ten $20.00 gift certificates to be raffled off (great odds!). These have always been learning […]

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SeaLife Cameras DEMO Day and Scubapro Update

Dive Alaska is incredibly excited to announce our 2017 SeaLife Cameras Demo Days and Scubapro Annual Product Update, held by our favorite factory rep, Joe Geiss! On Saturday, January 28th, Joe will give a full overview of SeaLife underwater cameras, as well as a live, hands-on demonstration. This will start at our shop and involve […]

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