Scuba Shack is now a proud participant in 100% Aware. What does that mean? Well, with every PADI certification we issue, we will donate $10 to Project Aware.
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
As part of our commitment to improving our training, Scuba Shack has invested in a fleet of Aqua Lung computers. Our main training computer is the Aqua Lung i100. We also added an i300C. Both computers are an outstanding value for the functionality. I thought I’d take a minute to tell you about my recent […]
Do you keep a scuba diving log book? I do, and I think it’s a great idea for you to do the same.
Scuba Shack visits Key Largo in April. It may well become an annual tradition for divers ready to get certified, and we’ll also have a Fish ID class!
Scuba Shack is putting together an all-inclusive scuba diving trip to Bonaire in October, 2020. Great accommodations at Divi Flamingo.
Join us for our Annual Memorial Day Weekend group dive trip to Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas in Nassau. Get in on the fun this year!
This incredible all-inclusive trip to Little Cayman includes a full week of diving along one of the most beautiful underwater walls in the world.
Check out a few photos from Scuba Shack’s first Open Water Certification weekend of 2017.
Jeff Cinciripino brings you a great video and tune from our recent Nassau, Bahamas trip!
Recently Instructor Jeff Cinciripino, Divemaster Donna Cinciripino, and Matt Cinciripino, shop staff, visited the beautiful Hawaiian Island of Maui for some easy diving on Ka’anapali Beach. Dive spots included the Marriott Reef and a night dive at world famous Black Rock. Fish life was plentiful in warm 75 degree water, including a host of Hawaiian […]