We had a wonderful past weekend with a group of divers from Divers Supply in Jacksonville, FL. The weather was beautiful and the diving was nothing other than fun! Thank you to everyone for coming down and joining us!
A customer came by our shop the other day to share some great pictures. Thank you David Laporte from Clinton Township, Michigan for stoping by and sharing. Tom and Pam Timmerman certified David as a PADI Open Water Diver back in 1982, the year before Florida Keys Dive Center opened. Does anyone remember the name of the shop they were with that year? Check out Tom’s Beard!
The Florida Keys is the Diving Capital of the world, from Key Largo, Tavernier, Islamorada, Marathon and Key West, amazing reefs and wrecks abound. All the diving a diver could ever want, and it’s right here in the U.S. The Florida Keys has the dives that divers dreams are made of. Enjoy the underwater video.
I would just like to take the time to say Thank You to the entire Staff at the Store. It was great to get back and see the place and each and every staff member was very helpful and enjoyable to talk with. My wife and I had a great time because of each of you. I hope to see every one again. Thank’s for the excellent service and great Dive Locations. See you soon.
My son and I recently completed our wreck and Nitrox PADI certifications with Joe. He is an excellent instructor and thorougly reviewed all of the required skills. We had a great time diving on the Spiegel Grove, Duane, Eagle and Benwood, as well as the reefs. The staff and crew at Florida Keys Dive Center are a great group and very safety orientated. You will not be disappointed!
Wanted to provided a quick thank you especially to Captain Greg and John (mate and divemaster) for a very professional job well done. We had 8 dives over 2 days with you folks and of all the dive experiences I’ve had in the Keys, this was the best. From the dive shop personnel, the reasonable prices, the flexibility in the dive sites, to the first class dive boats (the 46′ size really helped when the seas were 5-7′ at the Duane) top shelf operation. Highly recommend them to any and all. We saw first hand how John handled the Advanced class on the Duane, and a newbie doing her checkout dives. He’s very good. I learned quite a lot from Captain Greg on reef formation and what the weather and wave action has done to the various sites over the years. Not sure how he gets to all those sites without GPS, but with 27 yrs on the water, he knows them quite well.
Hope to use them again soon, because there is no reason to go anywhere else.
I just wanted to say I had a great time this past weekend diving with you guys. Great staff and great diving! Thanks for the pineapple!!!! Hopefully I’ll get back sooner than later. It’s waaaaay too cold in Michighan.
When you're a new diver, it can be a little bit intimidating at first with all the new things you are expected to learn. At least it was for me, especially when we started discussing the science and math aspects of diving.