Upcoming Trips

Whether you're looking to jet off to a tropical island , do some exciting local diving, or anything in between, we've got you covered.

The Treasure Hunt

June 27, 2020

Join us for a weekend of diving at one of our favorite spots, Gilboa Quarry. We’ll be doing training for those who are interested in courses, an underwater scavenger hunt, and a picnic lunch for all participants. Gilboa is a 14 acre, old limestone quarry located in Ottawa, OH. Depths of Gilboa range from a shallow 15 feet all the way to 140. With tons of different fish, an underwater forest, and many sunken wrecks including, but not limited to, an airplane, tower, helicopter, school bus, and many more. There are many options for stays from local hotels to camping right on site. Gilboa quarry is the perfect location to do advanced training, or diving just for fun! Stay tuned for more information! 


Divi Flamingo Beach, Bonaire

August 8-15, 2020 

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Bonaire is the Eastern-most Caribbean island in the "ABC" island chain, made up of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao. Located in the Netherland's Antilles, the island is just 40 miles off the coast of Venezuela, Bonaire covers 112 square miles, 24 miles and 3 to 7 miles across. Long known as one of the Caribbean's most outstanding dive destinations, Bonaire has something for everyone.  Beautiful shallow coral gardens with brightly colored fish life, dramatic walls of hard and soft corals, a large variety of unusual marine life such as the timid seahorse and the hard to spot frog fish. The shore diving in Bonaire is plentiful and easily accessible, allowing the most avid divers the opportunity to do as much diving as the want. When not diving, enjoy several; top side attractions such as; hundreds of pink flamingos roaming wild, dramatic desert landscapes, picturesque villages, charming people and even a pink beach. For the less active... you can hang out by the hotel's fresh water pool and sip a drink with an umbrella, or try your hand at the resort's "barefoot casino"! Whatever your interests - Bonaire has something for you!

Gardens of the Queens, Cuba

July 10 - 17, 2021


Cuba's Jardines de la Reina or 'Gardens of the Queen' was named by Christopher Columbus to honor Queen Isabella of Spain. It is located 60 miles off the southeastern coast of Cuba and is the largest marine reserve in the Caribbean. In 1996, the area was declared a National Park and has been protected and managed for conservation ever since. The Gardens of the Queen National Park encompasses a chain of 250 pristine coral and mangrove islands extending along 75 miles of clear, turquoise water. It is also widely recognized to represent one of the healthiest marine ecosystems in the Caribbean. Divers will see pristine coral reefs, steep walls dropping from the reef crest into the deep, large populations of fish including Goliath grouper weighing up to 400 lbs., large schools of multiple snapper species, large rainbow and midnight parrot fishes, eagle rays, sea turtles and much more. Additionally, several species of sharks are commonly seen including Silky, Caribbean reef, Blacktip, Lemon, Hammerhead, and Nurse sharks, plus the occasional Whale shark. Join Splash for 7 nights on board the Jardines Aggressor II live-aboard yacht exploring the spectacular Gardens of the Queen (Jardines de la Reina) National Park.

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