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Dive Inn Watersports

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Company description At Dive Inn, we offer NAUI, Scuba Diving International (SDI) and Technical Diving International (TDI) certifications. NAUI is one of the most respected certification agency in the dive industry. SDI is the most progressive scuba diving agency in existence and was founded by TDI, the largest and most advanced technical dive agency in the world. As skill and experience increase, both NAUI and SDI offer divers training that will allow them to advance beyond the traditional limits of recreational diving to the level of skill desired. Divers can progress through SDI`s recreational levels, then tranition smoothly into technical diving with TDI.
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DIVE INN features a wide selection of equipment for both the recreational and technical diver. Get the equipment you need for the diving you do.
TECHNICAL CLASSES
Together with Technical Diving International (TDI), Dive Inn offers courses in Entry Level and Advanced Nitrox, Extended Range (deep air to 180 fsw), Entry Level & Advanced Trimix, Decompression Procedures, Rebreathers, Advanced Wreck diving, and technician training for equipment servicing and the blending and mixing of gases. What follows is an outline and brief description of the courses we offer.
Location description: LOCAL DIVE SITES
Lake Huron
Of the nine underwater preserves in Michigan, the thumb area is within easy reach of two such protected preserve areas. The Sanilac Shores Preserve covers 163 square miles and contains many different types of wrecks, from schooners and tugs to freighters and steamers. Depths are generally within 120` and all the wrecks are buoyed in the summertime which makes them easily accessible by charter or private boat.
One of the more popular sites include the Regina, a 250` steel package freighter that sank in the gale of 1913, It rests upside down in 80 feet of water. Another popular dive site is the wreck of the Sport, a 57` tugboat that sank in 1920. It lies upright in about 50` of water. Other wreck sites include the Checotah and New York, which lie within a few hundred yards of each other in about 120` of water, the Mary Alice B., which lies upright and totally intact in 94` of water, and the Eliza H. Strong.
The Regina now rests upside down in 80` of water.
Pushing on up to the tip of the thumb is the Thumb Area Underwater Preserve which covers 276 square miles and contains 14 major shipwrecks. Among the most popular are the Philadelphia and the Albany, which collided in 1893. The Philadelphia rests upright in about 100` of water. The Albany, a 267` steamer, lies in 150 feet of water. Other wrecks include the Goliath, an early steamer, and the Dunderberg, which has her distinctive alligator figurehead still in place and lies in 161` of water.
The St. Clair River
``Go jump in the river!`` - the St. Clair River, that is. The St. Clair River connects Lake Huron and Lake St. Clair and is located on the east side of Michigan, separating it from Canada. A very busy river with an extremely swift current, this dive is not for everyone.
The river is used by 1000 foot freighters as well as pleasure boaters and personal watercraft users who sometimes confuse a dive flag for a slalom course. Divers must take extra caution on ascent, coming directly to the surface in heavy boat traffic could cause a very serious accident. Always have a dive flag marking your entry point. A dive tool can come in handy due to fishing lines and debris that can entangle a diver or his/her gear.
DIVE TRIPS
BONNE TERRE MINE TRIP
$325.00 p.p. (Includes 4 guided dives, 2 nights lodging and tank rental)

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NAUI and TDI training from basic to instructor and technical. Sales and servicing of rebreathers, and standard equipment. Air, nitrox and mixed gas fills. Dive charters to various shipwrecks in Underwater Preserve, Lake Huron.

Contact information:

Phone: (810) 987 - 6263
Fax: (810) 987 - 6263
Street Address:
3858 24th Avenue
Port Huron
Michigan
United States
48059
Spoken language(s): English
Open: from 09-00 till 17-00
Local time:  GMT - 5 Bogota, Lima, Kito
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