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Aquatic Adventures, Inc.

Milwaukee’s favorite dive center – Aquatic Adventures

Founded in January 2000, Aquatic Adventures, Inc. is a PADI 5 Star Dive Center located in Brookfield, Wisconsin, a western suburb of Milwaukee. We are committed to transforming and enriching people’s lives through scuba diving and snorkeling. Come enjoy the underwater world by letting us help you earn a scuba diving certification.

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Four Holiday Shopping Tips for Divers

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With the holiday shopping season right around the corner, you may be thinking about what to get for your favorite divers. Here are four holiday shopping tips for divers you can use to make the holidays a great success both above water and below.

1. Visit Aquatic Adventures Online.

Aquatic Adventures Online is the official Aquatic Adventures catalog of products. You can find it at https://diveaai.com/shop, or you can simply click the SHOP button on the right side of the menu bar on any of our web pages.

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Six Equipment Maintenance Tips for the Off Season

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As a certified scuba diver you know how important your equipment is. You spent hours researching, carefully selecting and purchasing just the right stuff. Even if your gear is not the fanciest on the market, it is yours and you trust it with your life. Equipment Maintenance is just as important in the off season as it is during the season to keep that gear in tip-top shape. Here are our top 6 tips for equipment maintenance in the off season.

 

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Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Shark?

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With dive season in full, summertime mode, I stopped in at my local dive center to pick up a few items for my next dive. Spring was hard on my equipment. After 20 dives in the Caribbean and another 20 at home, I had managed to lose a dive reel, break a fin strap, and crack the frame of my favorite mask.

As I talked to the sales person about getting a new mask, another man and his son were talking to the store manager about taking their beginning scuba class. I am always excited to see new people taking up my favorite pastime, so I could not help listening in to the conversation. Clearly the new divers had been to the store before, as the manager greeted them by name and welcomed them back.