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Reserve your dive gear by calling or emailing us, or in-person at our shop. Equipment is available for short-term or long-term rentals.

Haven't rented from us before? Email us with any questions, and come into the shop to get sized for equipment you need.

A Basic Open Water Certification card is required to rent any life-support equipment (regulators, dive computers, BCDs,  tanks, etc.)


Hire one of our PADI Professional Divemasters and discover more beautiful dive sites in the PNW! We’ll cover the logistics, including where to dive, emergency equipment, save-a-dive equipment, and will guide you through dive sites unique to our region.

Learn more about our Divemasters, or call or email us to hire a Divemaster.


We service all our in-house equipment, and we can service yours, too! Dave Ishmael is our Certified Equipment Technician, and has been with us for over 20 years. He can diagnose any potential equipment issues, from hydrostatic tests and visual inspections on scuba cylinders, to complete overhauls of regulators.


Aqua Lung, US Divers, Oceanic, Tusa, Sherwood, Dacor (model dependent), and Poseidon (model dependent). 


Give us a call or email us for an equipment service price/timeline, and be sure to include the manufacturer and model information of the product.


First of all, the manufacturers recommend it, and for good reason! Even if you are good at general equipment maintenance (like the cleaning of your regulator system) you cannot get the regulator clean enough on your own. Corrosion will always be present and can cause problems, and the corrosion isn't always evident until your regulator is pulled completely apart during its annual service.

If a regulator system has been sitting for a long period of time, many people think everything is fine, as it hasn't been used. Unfortunately, all the dynamic, moving o-rings inside your first and second stages will take a set from sitting in one position for a long period of time. When the regulator is pressurized, the o-rings will tend to twist instead of rolling like they are designed to do.

Please consider bringing your regulator and BCD in each year for an inspection/overhaul. Remember: this is your life support system for every dive you make. Help us help you make your diving experience safe and comfortable!

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