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DFW Scuba T-Shirt
We have sizes Small through 2XL in White, Black, Gray, Pink and Red. These shirts are Fruit of the Loom HD Cotton.

It's time to learn to DIVE!

There are many reasons to learn to scuba dive. It may be something to mark off your bucket list, a reason to travel or even a way to escape the effects of gravity. If you’ve been thinking about it and haven’t taken the plunge, here is a list of reasons to learn to dive, and PADI is the #1 recognized agency, worldwide!

Explore parts of the world that many don’t get to see. The ocean covers 70 percent of the earth’s surface. If your goal is to “see the world” then you’ll need to learn to scuba dive.

Relive the vast amount of history that lies beneath the sea. You can explore wrecks that sit at the bottom of the ocean, including World War ships and planes.

Experience weightlessness. Is gravity always bringing you down? Learn to dive and feel the sweet spot of neither sinking nor floating.

You have a place to escape everyday technology and Zen out. There are no phone calls to answer or emails to respond to underwater. Your attention is focused on breathing and what you see through your mask (which most of the time is pretty awesome!).

Share your adventures with your friends on social media. Everyone loves pictures of Flipper and Nemo.

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Keep Scuba Diving

Improve Your Scuba Diving Skills

You've felt the rush of breathing underwater and completed your PADI Open Water Diver certification. Now you're looking for new dive adventures to impove your scuba skills, gain more confidence and meet more dive buddies. Continuing your scuba education will help you increase your experience and comfort in the water with the assistance of a PADI scuba instructor. In addition to taking PADI courses, try these tips from the pros while you work towards earning your PADI Master Scuba Diver rating.

 

DAN Divers Alert Network - Scuba Diving and Dive Safety Association

Your primary medical insurance may exclude scuba diving as a hazardous recreational activity and/or may not provide coverage when you are traveling out of the country. If it does provide coverage, it may pay only a minimal amount for chamber treatments. There are also often large out-of-pocket payments for deductibles and co-pays. These alone can total thousands of dollars.
The DAN Dive Accident Insurance Plans are recognized worldwide and can be confirmed 24 hours a day through the DAN Emergency Hotline (+1-919-684-9111). The DAN plans provide secondary coverage of up to $500,000 and pay 100% of eligible expenses.