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Know Before You Go

We're excited to help you plan your diving adventure in the mesmerizing underwater world of Alabama's Gulf Coast. Before you embark on your journey, here are a few tips to ensure you have a safe and unforgettable experience.


Firstly, make sure to pack appropriate dive gear, including a wetsuit, mask, fins, and a dive computer if you have one. If you don't have your own equipment, don't worry! We offer high-quality rental gear to suit your needs. Secondly, a valid diving certification is required. If you're not certified yet, we provide various PADI certification courses tailored to different experience levels. Lastly, familiarize yourself with the current environmental conditions, including weather, tides, and winds.


Our experienced staff is always available to answer any questions and provide assistance throughout your dive trip. Get ready to explore the breathtaking underwater wonders of Lower Alabama!

Quick Guide

Scuba Equipment

Dive Equipment

  • Wetsuit: We recommend a 3mm to 5mm wetsuit, depending on the season and dive location.

  • Mask: Choose a mask that fits snugly and provides a clear field of vision.

  • Fins: Opt for fins that are comfortable and suitable for the type of diving you'll be doing.

  • Dive Computer: A dive computer helps you track your depth, bottom time, and decompression limits.

Divers Preparing for Dive

Diving Certifications

  • Open Water Diver: If you're new to diving, our Open Water Diver course is perfect for you.

  • Advanced Diver: Enhance your skills and explore deeper depths with our Advanced Open Water course.

  • Specialty Courses: We offer various specialty courses like Rescue Diver and Wreck Diving.

Scuba Diver

Current Conditions

  • Weather: The local weather buoy is Station 42012. Get buoy info here.

  • Tides: Check here for information about high and low tides.

  • Beach Cam: Keep an eye on conditions via a 24/7 streaming camera feed like this one.

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