Disney’s Epcot Dive Quest

Date
Friday    7/8/2011

 Same day as the LAST NASA Shuttle Space Launch! (in the morning) 

Check out our video click here

 Time
6:15 pm meeting time at Epcot theme park entrance (where the ticket booths to the far right)
6:30pm Dive experience begins (Do NOT be late)

Special Club Rate
72$ Including tax. A 59% DISCOUNT!!! Regular price 175$/diver

Dive Location

Disney EPCOT Center
The Seas with Nemo & Friends Pavilion
Orlando, FL 32830

We meeting location is at guest services located outside of the park, at the far right of the entrance from where the ticket booths are located.

 This trip does NOT include Disney park admission, hotel, or transportation. If you decide to stay in orlando or attend any disney park, you are responsible for puchasing these itemes. Transportation will need to be arrange by the participating divers. I suggest arranging carpool between participating divers, I will share the list of attendees with those who have registered for this dive.

Number of Divers
12 (Disney Limit sorry)

Required Diving Qualification
Open Water, certified to 60 ft

Dive Site

Epcot DiveQuest is a unique scuba diving experience inside the 5.7-million-gallon saltwater tank at The Seas with Nemo & Friends Pavilion in Epcot theme park. Scuba-certified Guests can swim with over 6,000 sea creatures—including sea turtles, angelfish, dolphins, eagle rays and sharks.


The experience lasts 3 hours, and Guests will spend approximately 40 minutes underwater in the massive Caribbean Coral Reef aquarium—which until 2005 was the largest saltwater tank in the world! Participants also get to see the massive backstage infrastructure required to filter and maintain a vast manmade ocean flourishing with life.

With its clear water and lack of currents, Epcot DiveQuest is an experience that both diving enthusiasts and Disney fans will never forget. Where else in the world can you swim with sharks and sea turtles while simultaneously waving to people enjoying a sit-down meal?


All diving equipment is provided, along with lockers, towels, access to showers, etc. Please bring a swim suit and, if you wish, bring your own dive mask—particularly if you have a prescription mask.

Dive Profile

Tank Mixture
Air, 21% Oxygen.

Charter Service
Disney EPCOT Dive Quest
No boat operation involved

Equiptment

You MUST bring your ID and SCUBA Certification card!!!!

All dive equiptment will be provided for you. You may NOT bring your own dive equipment, unless its a personal mask (say it has prescription). This includes cameras! Sorry, but they do take pictures and video tape our experience, we might want to collectively buy it and share the cost.
No jewlery on anything on you, they only allow a timing device (watch).

Please bring your swim suit, but they do not want you half naked in the park. They will provide free lockers for you to store your belongings and change. Showers, towels, shampoo, etc will also be provided.

 Special Scuba Cat Member Rate

Regular cost= 175$  http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/tours-and-experiences/epcot-dive-quest/
Scuba Cats dive for 72$/diver (everything you need to scuba included)
Non Member Guest Divers may accompany our group without the club discount rate.   

These rates are only through the club! 

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: disney relocates you
Hospital:911
Divers Alert Network: 1-919-684-9111

Any hazardous conditions anticipated
None.
All divers will adhere to the Clubs Safe Diving Practices.

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