Beat the Heat with JDC’s Expanded Summer Schedule!

Beat the Heat with JDC’s Expanded Summer Schedule!

Ah, summertime. Warm weather. Ocean breezes. The water beckons and what could be better than a morning scuba dive? How about following it up with two more tanks in the afternoon? Jupiter Dive Center’s summer schedule is here!

We get it. As much as you love diving, sometimes two tanks aren’t quite enough and four tanks are too many.  For those times, three tanks are just right.  That’s why we offer 3-tank charters that include lunch on Fridays and Sundays.

The Times

Check-in for your morning dive at 8:00 a.m., and by 9 you’ll be on your way. Our summer schedule adds an additional afternoon charter that has a check-in at 12:30 p.m., with a 1:30 departure.

Lunch is served! Join us for a 3-tank charter on Fridays and Sundays. Check-in at 8:00 a.m. and leave at 9:00. 

How to Book

We make it easy! Book online at our secure website, or call the shop at 561-745-7807. In the neighborhood? Stop in and say hello. We’d be happy to help you chose the best time to dive!

3-Tank Charters

The 3-tank charters are a little bit different. On Friday, divers take the plunge onto the deep ledge. Due to the dive profile, divers must be both advanced and nitrox-certified.

Divers booking the Sunday 3-tank charter must dive with a computer and be nitrox-certified.  

What to Bring

All divers are required to carry a surface marker buoy and a bottom timer (or computer for the 3-tank charter). Night divers need to carry a primary and backup light, and affix a light to their tank. It doesn’t have to be fancy, a glow stick is fine. If you don’t already own this equipment, it is available for sale in our retail shop.

We can’t think of a better way to beat the summer heat than to go diving. With our expanded schedule, it’s easier than ever to find a time that works with your schedule. So what are you waiting for? Enjoy morning or afternoon charters—or both—not only on the weekend, but throughout the entire week!

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