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Free Dive Watch valued at $150

Tuesday, March 8th, 2016

Scuba Diving is great fun and learning to dive with Dive Locker is a safe and exciting experience that lasts a life time. 

Book now and receive a free dive watch valued at $150, when you book a PADI Open Water, PADI Advanced Open Water or PADI Rescue Diver Course.

Contact your local Dive Locker store for further details – don’t forget to mention this advert at time of booking to receive your free dive watch

CANNING VALE

FREMANTLE

MANDURAH

ROCKINGHAM

 



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Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015

Dive Locker Monthly Special

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014

DEAD OR ALIVE

Bring in your old computer for a trade in and we’ll give you $250 off the price of a new Air-Integrated Subgear XP-3H Dive Computer.

Normally valued at $749, less trade in, you pay only $499.

Not available with any other offer and you must surrender your old dead or alive dive computer for receive this offer.


New Scubapro Profile Wetsuits Arrive

Friday, November 21st, 2014

Exclusive to Dive Locker

Men’s in Orange & Yellow Size S – XXL

Ladies in Purple & Pink Size XS – XL

  • Elegantly cut & styled
  • Built in durable and fast drying nylon-2-sided neoprene
  • Profile suits provide maximum comfort at all levels
  • Available in 5mm stretch neoprene
  • Plush interior and ankle and wrist zips
  • Class B Thermal Protection

This month only! Buy a Scubapro Profile 5mm Wetsuit from your local Dive Locker store and receive a FREE pair of Subgear D-Flex Gloves valued at $39.95


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Thursday, June 19th, 2014


Stay warm & dry diving this Winter

Thursday, June 19th, 2014

Soft and comfortable like a wetsuit, but keeps you warm and watertight like a dry suit. The Scubapro Everdry4 was created for demanding and recreational divers wanting easy-to-wear advanced dry suit protection.

Scubapro Everdry4 Dry Suit features:

  • 4mm high density neoprene – ensures better protection & buoyancy stability at depth.
  • Featuring Si-Tech balanced side-activated inlet and adjustable outlet valves.
  • Soft flexible neoprene socks, fitting a broad range of feet.
  • Convenient and roomy hip pocket.
  • Reversed construction rolling neoprene neck seals.
  • Easy-to-repair neoprene wrist seals for no-leak insulation.
  • Elastic, adjustable & removable suspender system for a better fit.
  • 5/6.5mm anatomically shaped hood.

Want to try it for yourself? Contact your local Dive Locker store (click below) to be fitted in store.

CANNING VALE

FREMANTLE

MANDURAH

ROCKINGHAM


Scubapro Sidemount System has arrived

Thursday, June 19th, 2014

Sidemount Divers…

 

The much anticipated Scubapro Sidemount System has arrived…

Purchase the Dive Locker Complete Sidemount Package for just $1995. Dive Locker Complete Package includes:

  • Scubapro Sidemount System (choice of 12lt or 20lt Aircell) RRP $990 NOW $849
  • Scubapro Sidemount Regulator System RRP $1450 NOW $1195  includes:
  • 2 x Scubapro Mk17 G260 Regulators
  • HP Hoses
  • Dual SPG
  • Scubapro Tec Regulator Bag
  • TOTAL SIDEMOUNT PACKAGE $1995
Want to find out more? Visit your local Dive Locker store (click below) and quote DIVE LOG to receive this special offer.

Technical Diver of the Year – Liam Allen

Wednesday, August 28th, 2013
Wednesday 25 September 2013

Liam Allen spent his youth diving in the fresh water lakes and rugged west coast of Ireland. Moving to Sydney in 1997 he made a full time career in the diving industry. With more the 3000 dives to his credit, Liam has extensive experience in a wide variety of deep wreck diving locations across the world from the Norwegian Fjord’s to the Pacific Islands. As a cave diver Liam has also experienced the diverse cave systems throughout Australia, China, Mexico and Florida.

In December 2009 he was part of the GUE China Cave Exploration Project to the South Central China. This project saw some of the first ever cave dives conducted in China in which a number of caves were explored and mapped producing 3D models of the cave system.

In 2011 Liam organized a deep wreck project to dive the USS Atlanta in the Solomon Islands. The objective of the project was to explore and document Atlanta, resting in 130m. In 2012 and 2013 Liam was a member of exploration team responsible for the ongoing documentation of the famous Swedish Battleship, Mars The Magnificent.

He co-authored ‘Beginning With The End In Mind’ a GUE publication on the safe diving practices promoted within the GUE recreational curriculum and has numerous articles and publications to his name.
As a GUE Instructor Evaluator and currently one of Australia’s most active technical diving Instructors and in recognition for his work in technical diving he received the prestigious OZTeK Technical Diver of the Year Award 2013.

Liam teaches throughout Australia and internationally for Global Underwater Explorers (GUE), a non-profit research, exploration and education organization teaching technical diver training programs, which range from entry level through to advanced exploration setting new standards of proficiency.


HMAS Swan

Thursday, July 4th, 2013

Only $495 per Diver

Join Dive Ski and Surf on the 27th and 28th July

Deep Diver Specialty Course:

Deep Diver Specialty Tour Includes:

  • 2 Nights Accommodation
  • 3 HMAS Swan Dives
  • All course materials
  • Tuition and Certification fees
  • 1 Airfill
  • Cylinder Hire
  • Basic Breakfast

What You Learn:

  • Techniques for diving in the deeper range of 18-40mts
  • Deep scuba diving equipment considerations
  • Experience in planning, organising and making your deep dives under the supervision of your PADI Instructor

Don’t want to do the Deep Diver Course but after a weekend away? Join us on the dives for only $295.

HMAS Swan Tour Includes:

  • 2 Nights Accommodation
  • 3 HMAS Swan Wreck Dive
  • 1 Airfill
  • Basic Breakfast
  • Cylinder Hire

Pre-requisites

  • Advanced Open Water Certification

 BOOK TODAY ON 9336 4355 or info@diveskisurf.com

 www.diveskisurf.com


Dive for Debris Cleanup Day

Sunday, June 30th, 2013
Sunday 22nd September 2013

Don’t let your dives go to waste! Grab your mesh bag, scuba gear and a data card. Take a giant stride and Dive Against Debris.

Scuba divers have cleaned debris from underwater environments for decades. But despite our best efforts, the trash from our daily lives keeps piling up.In response to the onslaught of marine debris, one of the biggest ocean issues of our time, Project AWARE launched Dive Against Debris.Created by divers for divers, this global, underwater survey of rubbish is designed to increase debris removal efforts, prevent harm to marine life and connect your underwater actions to policy changes and prevention.

Contact us to find out how you can volunteer!