We are all in this together…and we will get through it together. Check out our latest update from Dean and Will.
An update to our hours today, March 27, 2020. We are closely monitoring the situation and as soon as there is a change, we will notify you.
An update to our hours today, March 26, 2020. We are closely monitoring the situation and as soon as there is a change, we will notify you.
As Mayor McClure has declared a Civil Emergency Order, we are closing the Springfield store through at least April 24. While we don’t yet know when we can reopen, we are closely monitoring the situation and as soon as we know, we will notify you right away.
As our group swim lessons are currently suspended, we wanted to provide an update regarding your monthly billing. Our team is in the process of crediting your account for the lessons missed in March. As monthly billing occurs at the first of every month, we will hold your swimmer's spot and pause billing until we can resume lessons. When we resume lessons, we will first apply your March credits, then resume billing, pro-rating as necessary.
With a heavy heart, we are temporarily suspending swimming lessons. Our current plan is to resume lessons in two weeks on Monday, March 30. We will keep you posted and let you know as soon as we hear the coast is clear. In the meantime, we will credit all missed swim lesson tuition to future lessons, and we will resume our swim programming as quickly as possible.
It’s not often you can point to an hour-long class that has a long-term impact on your life, but that’s exactly what happened to David Bulin. Watch and listen to David talk about how he went from a Try Scuba course to certification to specialty classes and is now a Dive Master – all within a few years.
One of the great aspects of scuba is that you’re always learning, progressing, and evolving as a diver. There’s so much to learn, and the various recognition levels of scuba diving continuing education is the path to advancing your skills and abilities.
Whether it be due to amputation, spinal cord injury, or another trauma or medical condition, many individuals with disabilities experience a loss of mobility. Dive Pirates is a non-profit organization with a mission to support, train, equip, and provide dive travel to individuals through adaptive scuba diving.