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An Evening At Divers Two – New Jersey Shore Diving

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New Jersey Shore Diving
Saturday Evening, 6:30PM
November 21, 2015

Divers Two, Inc.
1 Main Street, Avon, NJ 07717
 

Want to dive shipwrecks from a beach or dock? Want to try bottle diving? Ever wonder what’s right off the beach? Author and SCUBA instructor Tom Gormley wrote the book – literally!

 

Join us at Divers Twoon Saturday evening,November 21st at 6:30PM and hear Tom’s presentation on shore diving in New Jersey. Tom will offer directions to sites, how to access them and what you’ll see. Tom will talk about diving […]

A Discussion On Dry Suits

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Thursday December 4 from  7-8pm
1 Main Street, Avon, NJ 07717
Want to stay warmer while diving? Want to dive when there’s snow on the ground? A dry suit could be the answer.

Spend an evening at Divers Two and learn about the advantages to dry suit diving. Also, learn about the different types and brands of suits available today. Get answers to the questions you may have and get a better understanding of what dry suit diving is all about.

Light refreshments will be served.
The discussion will cover topics such as:

materials
applications
fit
function
options […]

November 1st – Local Diving Trip

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Date: Saturday November 1, 2014 
Where: Aboard the Venture III
Time: Departing at 8am
Cost: $110/diver

Offshore Wood Wrecks

Saturday, November 1st aboard the VENTURE III departing at 8am. Diver cost: $110
Offshore Wrecks

We’ll target wood wrecks, but may add a steel wreck to the menu. We’re doing good with the 75 to 85 foot range, so we’ll try to hit wrecks in that depth. Suggested wrecks will be the Hankins, Gassoon, Riggy, Middle and Rump. If winds are light, we’ll head out to the Sea […]

October 5 – Local Dive Trip

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Date: Sunday Oct. 5, 2014 
Where: Aboard the Ol’ Salty II
Time: Departing at 7am
Cost: $110/diver

If all goes well, our first dive will be on the Sea Girt Wreck. This is a hugh wooden sailer well over 200 feet long and about 50 feet wide. She apparently carried a cargo of coal. There is a hugh anchor and windlass in her bow next to a large pile of anchor chain. Her rudder is inside her hull and still has brass hardware attached. The wreck lies in about 85 feet […]