That's right, refer a friend to Good Life Divers and when they sign up for a course you will receive a $25 gift certificate good for any course you decide to take.
Certificates don't expire and there is no limit on how many you can use.
So, if you enjoyed your class with Good Life … Continue reading →
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We get this question all the time at Good Life Divers. In fact, It's the number one most frequently asked question (I have no supporting documentation to verify that claim).
I presume most folks that ask that question have never dove on Long Island and are a bit timid … Continue reading →
From chapter 3 of the PADI Open water diver manual you will start hearing and learning about speciality courses. From an equipment specific course like a drysuit or DPV course to skill specific course like a navigation course, you as a diver will be inundated with offers to continue … Continue reading →
A special note about Drysuits… Get one. The sooner the better. We have a short season here in the Northeast, get yourself a drysuit if you haven’t done so already and dive as much as possible. Save up, sell somethings on ebay, the sooner you invest in a drysuit, you will be mad … Continue reading →
Nine out of ten times once I certify a diver, and it doesn’t matter if it’s an Open Water certification or Divemaster, I get asked the question, what’s next? Many divers feel this natural urge to continue their diving education, albeit some of it is driven by ego (i.e Card collecting) or … Continue reading →
Good Life Divers and Long Island Scuba are holding a Sidemount Demo Weekend. Febuary 14th and 15th, from 11am until 4 the pool will be open. Come check out the latest sidemount options from Dive rite, Hollis and the Armadillo.
Try out a bunch of different tanks and see what it feels like to … Continue reading →