Tiedemann's Diving Center hours over the next few weeks...

Monday - August 7 - 12 noon to 6:00 pm
Tuesday - August 8 - 2 pm to 7 pm
Wednesday - August 9 - closed Wednesdays year round
Thursday - August 10 - 2 pm to 7 pm
Friday - August 11 - 12 noon to 7 pm

Saturday - August 12 - 11 am to 2 pm
(predicted high tide at the Old Ponquogue Bridge - 12:17 noon )

Sunday - August 13 - 12 noon to 5 pm
(predicted high tide at the Old Ponquogue Bridge - 1:08 pm)

Monday - August 14 - 12 noon to 7 pm
Tuesday - August 15 - 2 pm to 7 pm
Wednesday - August 16 - closed Wednesdays year round
Thursday - August 17 - 2 pm to 7 pm
Friday - August 18 - 12 noon to 7 pm

Saturday - August 19 - 11 am to 2 pm
(predicted high tide at the Old Ponquogue Bridge - 6:54 am )

Sunday - August 20 - 12 noon to 5 pm
(predicted high tide at the Old Ponquogue Bridge - 7:47 am)

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Dive Tables Tutor
Use our SSI Dive Tables Tutor to brush up your Dive Tables skills.

Upcoming Events

Open Water Diver Class
Ongoing

We have a new Open Water Diver class starting on an ongoing basis.  Call us for more details on how to start your underwater journey.


Private Lessons Starting Weekly

Sign-up for Private Lessons and learn at your own pace.  Call us for more details.


Open Water & Advanced Training Weekend
Saturday, August 26 & Sunday, August 27

Call the shop today to schedule your Open Water Certification dives or to continue your diving education with some of our Advanced Specialties programs.
 The Specialties we offer include: Computer Diving, Deep Diving (August only), Dry Suit Diving, U/W/ Navigation, Night Diving, Nitrox (certification dives), Search & Recovery, Stress Rescue, Underwater Photography and Wreck Diving.
 
All classes are subject to minimum registration so don't delay - Sign up Today!


Don’t forget to have your regulators overhauled this year. Manufactures recommend overhauls every year or every 40 dives, whichever comes first.   Don't put off proper maintenance of your life-support equipment.
Have your regulator ready for the start of the season.
At Tiedemann’s we do regulators right.
 
 

Tiedemann's Shutterfly Photo Gallery
Photos from our great trips and activities
 Check out all the wonderful photos that have been taken during Tiedemann trips. We travel the world diving and sharing those sights is a great pleasure for all of us. We have photos from all our great locations - Dutch Springs - Canada - Florida - Saba - Cozumel - Bonaire - California - Truk Lagoon.
 Contact Ed at Learntoscuba@TDConline.com if you have photos you want to share


Find out about our new UEL Program for all your used equipment needs..

Upcoming Events

Club Beach Dive
Join us on our Dutch Spring weekend - August 26 & 27
We will be spending Saturday and Sunday at Dutch Springs at the end of the month. If you want to do some great diving with friends plan to join us. Come on Saturday or Sunday or both.

We will be at Dutch Springs to finish the training with our new Open Water divers. Whenever we go we always have some certified divers who like to join us - to just go diving. The park offers some many possibilities. Let us know you are coming and we work on getting you a buddy if you don't have one.

The Scuba Van is going to be at the park - so getting rental gear is simple - just order what you need and we will bring it to Dutch Springs and bring it back to the shop.

Remember, you can rent from Tiedemann's Diving Center - tanks, regulators, BCs, weights, full wet suits (jacket and pants) and a wet suit hoods. You would only need to have your own personal gear - mask, fins, snorkel, wet suit boots and wet suit gloves - to have everything for a great day(s) of diving.

Contact Ed at the shop for more details or to sign up.


Check out a video of a recent local dive: https://vimeo.com/50646250
You must call the shop to sign up for our dives.


 
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