At Diventures our vision is "Using our passion and the power of water to impact lives, change the world... and have fun doing it!" Here at Diventures we believe that everyone deserves to learn how to swim and enjoy the water.
“The Next Ten Years Will Decide the Fate of Coral Reefs.” SECORE International Founder Visits Omaha and Diventures
Dr. Dirk Petersen, Founder and Executive Director of SECORE International made a special visit to Nebraska to speak at the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium followed by a tour of Diventures in Omaha. SECORE is a leading conservation organization for the restoration of coral reefs. They are a global network of scientists, public aquarium professionals and engineers implementing worldwide coral reef conservation through research, education, outreach and restoration.
Griffen at Diventures in North Liberty shows how easy and cute a scuba diver costume can be. The biggest challenge? Drink two 2-liters of soda for the cylinders! Add a pacifier with a ribbon attached to the cylinders to substitute for the regulator.
Since the new school year has officially begun, life has gotten pretty hectic. Pick-up and drop-off times, after-school sports and weekend competitions, start to take over. And, there doesn’t seem to be much time in your schedule for anything else. While some things may need to take a backseat for the season, swim lessons should not be one of them.
On Saturday, August 20, 2022, Diventures, along with the Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium and Keep Omaha Beautiful sponsored a lake cleanup at Standing Bear Lake. With over 45 people in attendance, this was the biggest cleanup the partnership has seen this season!
In line with this mission, Diventures was honored to host Dr. Brylske in Omaha to meet in-person and virtually with Diventures leadership and Dive Pros. Dr. Brylske is a renowned marine and diving educator, passionate about creating connections to our ocean ecosystems.
I just wanted to share the progress that Nolan has made. All of their hard work with Nolan has really built the foundation of his swimming skills and technique and has helped grow his passion for swimming.
In honor of Shark Week, our team headed to the Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium to spend time with our underwater friends. We also spoke with Jocelyn Harrison, Lead Education Manager at the Zoo.
Mermet Springs isn’t your typical dive site. The 8.5 acre, spring-fed quarry located in Southern Illinois is one of the most popular dive sites in the Midwest. It offers seven training platforms, easy entry docks, dives from 15 to 120 feet in depth, and numerous sunken treasures to explore.
Rick and Kim Sass, are stepping back from the day-to-day running of the dive business. As of July 9th, they are retired and are super excited about the next chapter in their lives.