Our full schedule is posted for the year, with plenty of pool and open water sessions scheduled.
About Jeff Cinciripino
Jeff has been diving with his wife Donna and son Matthew since 2004. His passion for diving led him to the PADI professional ranks in 2006 with the goal of helping new divers discover the thrill of underwater adventure. He has numerous dives off the islands of Maui and Lanai and continues to explore new sites across the Caribbean and the Northeast. Jeff completed the PADI Instructor Examination and became an instructor in the fall of 2009..
Entries by Jeff Cinciripino
Dive and experience New England! Wreck diving symposium at UCONN and our Underwater Naturalist course at Fort Wetherill in June.
The Frozen Fin Dive was a success! About 30 divers came diving. Open Water classes start soon, plus we have a Project Aware Specialty course scheduled.
We had our year-end staff meeting earlier this week, where we starting our plans for the 2019 dive season.
Don’t miss out on our annual Memorial Day Weekend trip to Nassau, Bahamas. A review of the Nikon W300 and our Project AWARE commitment.
Scuba diving in New England in November can be a bit tricky. But it’s always about the weather above the surface, since the water is still in the low 50s.
All of us here at Scuba Shack trust that you had a pleasant Thanksgiving holiday.
We head to DEMA next week, and we will be closed Tuesday through Saturday. Training continues in early November. Do you remember how a second stage works?
Turks & Caicos trip review. Reports from newly certified divers visiting Fiji and Bonaire. Try a pair of Apex Tech Shorts to easily carry your gear.
Scuba Shack Weekly – Volume 1, Number 6 I returned from my trip to India early Saturday morning after a 14-hour flight from New Delhi. It is good to be home. I thought there would be more fall color after being gone for a week, but it is still pretty green and warm. Training continues […]