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Photos from Women’s Dive Day

[foogallery id=”2563″]   We had a great turnout for our inaugural PADI Women’s Dive Day event on July 22. A big thank you to the six lovely ladies who joined our female staff in the pool, and for cocktails after. Thanks for celebrating with us!  

Spring Instructor Development Course

Spring Instructor Development Course Assistant Instructor – March 31 – April 2, 2017 Open Water Scuba Instructor – April 27 – April 30, 2017 From mid-March to early April, Charleston Scuba will be hosting a PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC). On March 31 – April 2, our own Staff Instructor Tim Schmitz will be teaching the Assistant Instructor…

Registration deadline for Exumas October 15

If you’re thinking about our liveaboard trip to the Exumas next spring, now is the time to put down your deposit. We must release any unsold cabins by October 15. This $2,595 trip includes 7 nights lodging, 4 or 5 dives per day, all food, drinks, and some of the best wall diving and shark…

Holiday Sale!

Holiday Sale now through December 31st! Charleston Scuba is offering 15% Off Snorkeling Gear and 10% Off Everything else. (Exclusions Apply for current package deals.) Gift Certificates are also available for those who want to give their favorite divers some holiday cheer. Stop by Charleston Scuba or contact the shop at 843-763-DIVE (3483) for more information

Six Spaces Left for Key Largo Trip Dec. 6-10

Photo courtesy of Gary Finka Warm up this winter with a trip to Key Largo! We have three days of diving lined up with Ocean Divers, which is just steps away from our resort, Marina del Mar. This trip includes a 4-night hotel stay with free daily breakfast, tanks and weights, and 9 boat dives, including…

Why do we love Silver River? Monkeys!

MONKEYS! This is just one more reason we love diving in Silver Springs, a wilderness area in north Florida. These feral monkeys are the descendants of escapees from a 1930’s filming of Tarzan. You’ll also see manatees, otters, snapping turtles and herons. It’s like diving in a jungle! Only a handful of spots left on…

Assistant Instructor Course

      If you’ve been thinking about joining the diving world as a professional, now is the perfect time! This fall, Charleston Scuba will host a complete Instructor Development Course, broken into two parts: The Assistant Instructor Course in September, and the Open Water Scuba Instructor Course in October. Dates, times and prices are as…

Best of Charleston

  In late July we welcomed back 9 of our divers from beautiful Dominica. This was our 5th trip to this lovely island. Check out theses photos to see why we keep going back! You can also see several videos posted by our divers on the public Facebook page for the trip.   [foogallery id=”2590″]  

Big Winners at 30th Anniversary Party!

Charleston Scuba would sincerely like to thank everyone who attended our 30th Anniversary part on August 19. We had a great time handing out door prizes (including an Aqualung Legend regulator!) and visiting with all our friends in Charleston’s very special dive community. Thank you all for a wonderful 30 years!   Charleston Scuba would…

Best of Dominica 2017

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New Divemaster Class Begins

  Charleston Scuba instructor Michelle Taliercio kicked off a new Divemaster class this week, aiming to make 4 new PADI Divemasters by November. Jody Mullinax, Randy Tindell, Tim Warrick and Jeff Sheldon have been working hard all year to enter the DM program, and we can’t wait to work with them! Good luck, guys!  …

Suunto Recalls All Wireless Tank Transmitters and PODS

Suunto has identified a potential safety risk affecting all Suunto Wireless Tank Pressure Transmitters and Suunto Tank PODs, which wirelessly transmit air pressure to compatible Suunto dive computers. In two reported incidents, the exterior casing has failed during regular dry land pressure testing. This presents a risk of injury due to bursting, and Suunto has issued a…