Current News for July 2016
PADI Course Offerings:
Openwater Diver Class: Classes form daily. Dates at the student's request.
Certification Weekends at White Star Quarry: Going On Now
Advanced Openwater Class: Call to schedule a date.
Emergency First Response Class: Call to schedule a date.
Rescue Diver Class: Call to schedule a date.
Divemaster Class: Call to schedule a date.
For additional dive classes we offer please visit our classes page.
Women's Wet Suit Sale Going On Now!
Tusa has a number of dive gear specials going on now including a variety of dive gear packages and a $50 off coupon for the
purchase of a BCD when you trade-in an old BCD.
July 16th PADI International Womens Dive Day
Ladies join PADI and Anchor Bay Scuba on July 16th as we celebrate Womens Dive Day. We will meet at the dive shop at 8:00am for a river dive in the St. Clair River and breakfast.
To sign up please contact us at the shop at 586-725-1991
Refer 3 open water students and receive a FREE
PADI Advanced Course
Free Air On Your Birthday
Come in on your birthday and receive one free tank of air.
Proof of birth date required for a free tank of air.
We know a lot of you are still diving, but for those of you who are done for the year it's time to get your equipment serviced.
This would be a great time to check your regulator warranty date. Hydro for tanks can be done now too. Getting your equipment serviced now will have you ready in Spring.
ScubaPro Regulator Service Date News
ScubaPro has changed their “Parts for Life” program. The “old” program required your regulator to be serviced on an annual basis with no cost for service kits
or certain worn parts. Also, in the event you missed a year, you could pay for the service kit and labor and be reinstated into the program. The “new” program still covers the
service kits and certain worn part but requires your regulator to be serviced every two years, or fifty dives, to remain in the program. In addition, if you miss the required
service date, the regulator cannot be reinstated into the program. You can still have your regulator serviced on a yearly basis with no cost for service kits or certain worn
parts as long as it's registered in the program.
We at Anchor Bay Scuba will make every effort to remind you of your annual and bi-annual service date but ultimately it is your responsibility to keep track of your service date.
If you have any questions please contact the shop at 586-725-1991
Anchor Bay Aquatics - Pool Time
Time: 8:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Cost: $10.00 per person
Join us at the Anchor Bay Aquatic Center in New Baltimore. Work with your equipment or just practice your skills. Do you have friends or children that want to try scuba? This is a great opportunity for you to join us and discover scuba.
Come into our store and reserve your spot.
Try Scuba.....Ask us how!
or come in for more information.
Special Thanks to:
Eric Pfeifer for the Michigan Diver Photos.