Neptune Memorial & Reef Dive

Saturday January 26 , 2013
Please register/pay  for the dive by 1/22/13

 Time Schedule
12:00 PM  Briefing and Waivers
1:00 PM Boat Departs
4:30 PM Boat Returns
5:00 PM – Debrief

Dive charter & Location

Aquatic Explorers
3301 Rickenbacker Causeway
Key Biscayne, Florida 33149
(305) 851.8180 or (305) 807.2857

How to get there:

Map it

Approximate Number of Proposed Divers

Required Diving Qualification
Open Water Certification

Dive Site

Wreck  and reef. Wreck will be the Neptune Memorial Reef.
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More information at

Dive Profile

Tank Mixture
AIR, 21% Oxygen Nitrox



Boat Description and Amenities

They will provide fresh fruit, sandwiches, water, and juices pauches!
There is pleanty of space  under each seat to store your dive bags!
They have a U.S.Coast Guard approved vessel.
Miami Scuba Diving Charters Aquatic Explorers New Launch of boat Explorer I

All divers will be responsible to rent or bring their own equipment including: Mask, Fins, Snorkle, BC, Regulator with Pressure and Depth Gauge, Computer Device, tanks (with appropriate NITROX mix if applicable), and weights.


These rates are through the club ONLY made possible by the memberships!  Contact the club for any questions.

Scuba Cats, if you own your own tanks, you can fill them for free before or after the dive at Fill Express   or at Underwater Unlimited (contact your president to arrange this)

Please Complete Emergency Information before signing up for the Dive

Sign Up will be Up Soon

Decompression status and repetitive dive plans
All dives are planned for no decompression

Special Safety procedures
Predive Briefing
Arrangement of dive buddies. No club member can dive alone.
Dive buddy checks

Emergency Contacts

Recompression Chamber: Click here to see the list
Hospital & police:
Divers Alert Network: 1-919-684-9111

Any hazardous conditions anticipated
All divers will adhere to the Clubs Safe Diving Practices. Emergency oxygen for first aid will be available aboard theboat, and on shore dives.

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