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Scuba Diving in an Aquarium
Greg - 9/29/2013 6:51 AM
Category: Survey
Replies: 46

Have you ever been scuba diving in a large aquarium? If so, comment on which one(s) and what did you pay?
Mako13 - 9/02/2014 11:25 AM
[Choose #1] The old Marine Land of the Pacific, Getting ready to do Point Defaince Aquarium Shark dive
DrbDiver - 8/27/2014 8:03 PM
[Choose #1] Singapore Sentosa Aquarium, I believe it was about $125 sing dollars each.
rjspreckelsen - 1/14/2014 3:24 PM
[Choose #1] Epcot in Disney World. It was a lot of fun. Enjoyed the backstage tour and loved interacting with the people during the dive.
MonkeyDiver - 1/03/2014 4:39 PM
[Choose #1] Love it. Aquarium of the Pacific. Paid nothing, work there.
Pixel - 12/09/2013 2:57 AM
[Choose #1] Dived at Umshaka in Durban and I wish I could dive at Two Oceans Aquarium in Cape Town. Sadly, too expensive for locals.
DiveBuddyChgo - 11/10/2013 6:50 AM
[Choose #2] No But I here that there are M&M’s candy on the bottom to enjoy.
RescueDiver15205 - 10/19/2013 5:24 AM
[Choose #2] Not yet but I am thinking about being a volunteer diver at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG aquarium.
hardhat06 - 10/18/2013 9:32 PM
[Choose #2] I would love to
NMGoose - 10/06/2013 12:27 PM
[Choose #1] Dove with the sharks in the Denver Aquarium, St. Patricks Day March 2012. Don’t remember exactly but think it cost about $180 for a 30 minute dive.
FritzMoore - 10/05/2013 4:22 AM
[Choose #1] I’ve dived Epcot & Georgia Aquarium. The Ga. Aquarium = way more expensive but more goodies & diving w/ whale sharks in a controlled environment? Epcot =$200.00 , less goodies, but you get to explore on your own. Both are well worth it!
uwlover4u - 10/04/2013 9:46 AM
[Choose #1] Epcot. Fun dive, Behind the scenes tour. Fun to wave and watch the people looking at you from the restaurant. Price includes access to park after the tour. Souvenir shirt, special stamp for logbook.
oceanfloor - 10/03/2013 4:54 PM
[Choose #1] Disney in Orlando.... Awesome experience... Don’t recall the price but close to $200.
Greg - 10/03/2013 4:17 PM
[Choose #1] Guided tour of the Denver Aquarium, Dive with the Sharks. I happily paid $185 for the experience (covered everything including all gear).
Morjana - 10/02/2013 1:19 PM
[Choose #1] I did it in Dubai and turkey! Face your fears with the sharks! :) fun..
WB2GLP - 10/02/2013 9:13 AM
[Choose #1] New York Aquarium (Team Member), Georgia, & Epcot.
tammyMc - 10/01/2013 5:49 PM
[Choose #2] oh wow, I had no idea diving in the National Aquarium (or any actually) was even a possibility. That sounds fun! Will have to check into it.
SaintsReturn - 10/01/2013 5:12 PM
[Choose #2] Not yet, but i want to. Regardless of the Haters, anytime under water is awesome, and who can turn down some great sea life?
ginovega - 9/30/2013 12:30 PM
[Choose #1] I dove the National Aquarium in Baltimore. Cost was 195 plus 20 ( now 30.00) for the Aquarium Diver Card. Is run by Atlantic Dive Center a LDS. The dive is in the Atlantic Coral Reef exhibit. Is 13 feet deep and narrow. But a good dive.
Rich-D-Fish - 9/30/2013 11:10 AM
[Choose #1] Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach. 45 minute dive in their tropical tank, behind the scene tour, my own soap and shampoo with locker, all gear, loaner camera with memory stick I could take home, souvenir t-shirt. I think it cost around $250.
tardmaster - 9/30/2013 10:54 AM
[Choose #1] I’m on the dive staff at the Georgia Aquarium. After working in many dive shops and watching customers drop thousadns of dollars on trips in HOPES of seeing one of these. We get you in with 4 wahle sharks and 4 mantas. Pretty good deal I think.
CivilEng - 9/30/2013 8:16 AM
[Choose #1] Georgia Aquarium, DEC 2012, great experience. Pricey $275, but that is to be expected for the experience of diving with that many living things. BTW, staying with the group is not big of a deal. It is a guided tour, not an open water dive.
Nitediver - 9/30/2013 6:22 AM
[Choose #1] Epcot. Great dive Price, back-lot tour, staff all of it.
Agojo - 9/29/2013 5:56 PM
[Choose #1] Dec. 2008 $135 Epcot was great, Aug. 2010 Georgia $275 good but Epcot was better because you got free time to do what you wanted, Georgia required staying with the guide in a group and too pricey. Back side tour better at Epcot also..
Tony_B - 9/29/2013 12:40 PM
[Choose #1] Twice. First, the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta. 3 whale sharks. An amazing experience and a great staff. Very pricey! Second, the Florida Aquarium in Tampa. Another great experience. More reasonably priced.
MajorDiver - 9/29/2013 12:11 PM
[Choose #1] I worked part time at the Kemah Aquarium. Had to feed fish & clean pumps. no fins were allowed. They did not want the glass Scratched. I dove with Puranas, Sharks and Stingrays. It was all work, we had to clean the red algae off the glass and rocks.
divingbear - 9/29/2013 8:25 AM
[Choose #1] Epcot is great, but for a more up close & personal encounter, smaller is better, North Carolina’s Aquarium is fantastic.