What's New In Equipment
The Sherwood Vision takes Sherwood's console computers to a new level of sophistication and technology.
O'NEILL is our new line of wetsuits that we are handling here at the dive center. We are very pleased with this new line and find the suits to be very warm and user friendly to wear because of the multi-composite super-stretch neoprene. O'NEILL has added to their scuba line giving more choices in sizes. They utilize a Double Fluid Seam construction to give a non-chaffing, high-grade, silicone-based urethane. This is applied in a liquid form to the backside and front side of a glued sean completely blocking out water without restricting flexibility. The suit line runs from Tropical to Polar conditions.
OCEAN REEF has added an additional feature on the full face mask called the Space Extender. it clips onto the frame of the mask. It has a stronger bracket to hold the comm. receiver/speaker. There is a place to put a GOPRO attachment on top and you can mount a small dive light on the right side that is easy to put on and take off the extender. It is equipped to mount up to 3 sport cameras.
ARIA is a new snorkeling mask that Ocean Reef has developed. It has the snorkel attached on top to the center of the mask. With this system you can breath through the mask the same as the full face mask.
TAIL GATE DIVES
13th Season of Tailgate Diving Tri-State Diving will again be heading up our Friday or Saturday nights shore dives
and cookouts this summer. The 2016 tailgate dives were a huge success with most of the time we had two boats full of divers. We made dives on Turtle Lake, Big Cormorant Lake, Lake Seven, Lake Six, and the last tailgate dive of the season we made a night dive on Pickerel Lake. We will make a shore dive in one
of our area lakes and either do a cookout there or come back to the dive
center and do the cookout here. We will have the grill set up and everyone
can bring their own hamburgers, brats, steaks, or hot dogs and what ever else
you want to bring. JOIN in, meet and visit with other divers. If you need
rental gear there will be a 15% discount on the gear. If you have your
own gear you can get your tank filled for only $2.50 for the tailgate dive.
We will leave the dive center at 5:30 pm and head out to the lake to
dive. You can also call and find out which lake we are diving that evening
and meet us at the dive site. You never know we might even do a night dive
after eating. If we are diving from a public access remember you are not
allowed to have alcoholic beverages. If any of you have some lake property
and want to host the dive and cookout let us know. Check Calendar page for dates or watch your Tri-State Diving Email Newsletter.
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