Vintage Dive Weekend at Jules’ Undersea Lodge Hosted by History of Diving Museum
Special Diving Opportunity for Certified Divers Using Classic Equipment!
Join the History of Diving Museum, dive historians, and NAUI for this year’s Vintage Dive Weekend, Saturday and Sunday, April 1-2, 2023, 10 am - 4 pm! Enjoy the day learning about vintage diving techniques with above-water demonstrations and below-water experiences. Certified divers can embark on an underwater tour in the lagoon around the facility, using a double-hose regulator as seen in Sea Hunt and Jacques Cousteau’s Silent World. The weekend offers plenty of activities for all ages at Jules’ Undersea Lodge, 51 Shoreland Dr., Key Largo, FL 33037.
Each day will showcase diving demonstrations with various hardhat helmets, including a Mark V and Miller-Dunn, plenty of photo ops, food by M.E.A.T. Eatery, art activities, and games for those in attendance. Spectator admission is $15. Underwater Diving Experience is $75 per person, with each attendee receiving a free pass to the History of Diving Museum in Islamorada.
Certified divers need to pre-register for the Sea Hunt-style dive experience, featuring an underwater tour in the lagoon around Jules’ Undersea Lodge using a “classic” double-hose regulator. Participants will also have the opportunity to enter the moon pool and meet Dr. Deep Sea, Joe Dituri, who is on a 100-day mission in the underwater habitat. This unique diving experience is $75 per person and includes gear orientation, a dive, an underwater photo op, and a free pass to HDM. Time Slots TBA. Plan on two hours for your vintage diving experience. Reserve your spot online today for both spectators and the underwater diving experience at https://divingmuseum.org/product-category/special-event/.
For more details or to register a group, contact Executive Director, Lisa Mongelia at (305) 664-9737 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.