Thursday, February 11, 2016

There is nothing worse then a blog that is old! I am fixing that right now.

I know we haven't been the most up to date on these things but that is because we have been busy teaching some awesome people like you, how to dive and doing some fabulous dive trips.

We started making monthly dive trips to Epcot. That's right, Epcot. DiveQuest is what they call it. The living seas, inside Epcot, where it's located. This trip has gotten more and more popular the longer we offer to do these trips. If you have not done this dive, it is a great experience, even if you just go once. Drop by the dive center and take a look at the video we have of the actual trip we first did in May of 2015. First thing they do when we are taken back stage is we get to see just how large this facility is. We find out what the different species of aquatic life eats and where that is prepared. They supply all of the gear so the only thing you need to do is get your wetsuit and booties on and meet the guide before you dive. They suit you up and take you to the descent line. Once you descend you will get to dive with sharks, rays, tons of tropical fish and the best get to be part of Disney's "show" to all the visitors in the observatory. Children and Adults alike, get to view your dive from the large glass windows. The children LOVE interacting with the divers and love to watch you. We have gotten several of the kids to play Rock, Paper, Scissors with us as we swim by the windows. It is only 25 feet deep so you should be able to make your air cylinder last the entire 40 minute dive. Don't worry if you can't, Disney gets you topside and hooks you right back up with a new cylinder and your back to the dive again in no time. We get a bit of a break in price if you come out with our group, so if you have been thinking about doing this dive, stop by and sign up for the next trip we have going. You won't be disappointed!

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