Phone: (412) 531-5577
Fax: (412) 531-1960
Store Hours: 
Mon - Fri 11-7 pm
Saturdays 10-5 pm

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.

Scuba with Santa

December 7th, 2019

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Join Splash at our annual Scuba with Santa on December 7th. Stay tuned for more info!

Bonaire & Klein Bonaire

February 1-8, 2020
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“Bonaire offers scuba diving 24/7, 365 days a year and in a pristine underwater environment with access to many locations for shore and boat diving, it is an award winning diving destination that accommodates every skill level, from beginner to advanced diver. There are 63 official dive sites on Bonaire and 26 more on Klein Bonaire, of which 54 are shore dive sites. Bonaire is an underwater paradise that awaits you, with more than 350 fish species and 57 species of soft and stony coral.” — Tourism Bonaire. It’s true! This destination is what Caribbean dive dreams are made of. Come with us to Buddy Dive in Bonaire and escape the cold February weather for 8 days in a tropical paradise — both above the surface and below!

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Dive the Magnificent Phillipines

March 2 - 7, 2020   &   March 7 - 14, 2020

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The Republic of the Philippines is a tropical nation made up of more than 7,000 islands. The country’s amazingly varied people and cultures reflect its diverse landscape, which encompasses verdant rice terraces, active volcanoes, underground rivers, tropical rainforests and of course spectacular coral-fringed islands. The Philippines is as beautiful underwater as it is on land.

Gardens of the Queens, Cuba

July 10 - 17, 2021

$4,399

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 parrotfishes, 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 onboard the Jardines Aggressor II liveaboard yacht exploring the spectacular Gardens of the Queen (Jardines de la Reina) National Park.

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