Alaska Dive Training, Equipment, and Travel

Announcements

October Class Schedule Expanded

Our October classes are filling up quicker than anticipated, so we are pleased to announce an expanded schedule to help accommodate increased demand for our Open Water courses. The course is anticipated to start mid-October as pool time becomes available and we have a chance to gauge interest. Call the shop today if you’re interested or looking for more information!

Read more

Massive Shop Sale!

Heading up to our swap meet on Saturday, we are holding a massive sale in-shop for this week only! Also, we are celebrating becoming a dealership for both Suunto computers and Light & Motion dive lights. For a limited time, any order for one of these computers or lights comes with a 10% discount!

Read more

Dive Shop Swap Meet on September 17th

Hey everybody! We will be having a dive shop swap meet on September 17th from 12-5. Come and enjoy some free snacks, and bring in any gear you’re looking to unload and trade, or just swing by and hang out with some AK divers! The swap will take place from 12-5 PM at our shop on Old Seward. See you there!

Read more

Mobile Viewing Now Available for DiveAlaska.net!

DiveAlaska’s website is now available for mobile viewing, so you can check in for any updates, news, or events, right from your phone! Feel free to click around and give us some feedback!

Read more

Fundraiser for Multiple Sclerosis this Saturday!

Read more

One spot left for a female to Cozumel March 12-22nd!

call for details (907) 770-1778

Read more

Phillipines in 2016?

We’re interested in gauging interest in a Philippines trip in 2016. We are in touch with an operator who offers liveaboard and shore-based trips. This diving includes wreck, reef, and technical diving opportunities. If you might be interested in diving the Philippines, reply here or drop us a note and let us know. You can email: scott@divealaska.net 

Read more

Conditions report in Resurrection Bay

Last weekends dive revealed what we believe to be the tail-end of the May plankton bloom. We had a measly 10 feet of visibility from the surface to 60 fsw, with the vis clearing to about 15 ft below that. This is pretty typical for spring, and we can expect the visibility to gradually improve as the summer season rolls on. Keep in mind this […]

Read more

Kids Science Scuba Camp

  Dive Alaska Inc. is pleased to announce our first annual “Kids Scuba Science camp” Conducted by marine biologists and PADI scuba instructors, our kids Scuba Science Camp will thrill and interest your child beyond anything thing else they might do this summer! We’ll start out with classroom and pool sessions designed to increase aquatic comfort and introduce your child to the underwater realm in […]

Read more

Alaska dive boat season begins!

Charter boat begins in June!

Read more
Page 3 of 512345