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Hey, where’d you come from? Volunteer diver Ken Ehrhart gets a surprise from a friendly mola mola in our Open Sea exhibit.
(Charlene Boarts photo)
Ever wonder what things look like from INSIDE the Kelp Forest exhibit? Our divers get a seldom-seen view, including the cool #selfie you see here. Thanks to longtime volunteer Chad King for the great shots!
If you were here last weekend, you may have seen one of the most amazing events we host all year: Days of Discovery, where kids with special needs get a chance to dive in our Great Tide Pool. Tell us: where do YOU find inspiration at the Aquarium?
Underwater Explorers starts today, where kids eight to 13 are introduced to the underwater world through surface scuba diving. They’ll meet amazing animals while getting a fish’s-eye view of the bay. No experience is necessary, only a sense of adventure!
Imagine being able to enjoy surface scuba in our Great Tidepool—for kids 8-13 years old, it’s the adventure of a lifetime! Learn more in our latest podcast.
You can also learn more on our website.
Days of Discovery take place at the Aquarium July 6, 7, and 8! Young people with disabilities put on modified scuba gear and, with the aid of our certified dive staff, encounter sea creatures in the Great Tide Pool. We provide free access for participants and families! Check it out if you visit or view this great video from 2011.
Our Underwater Explorers program starts June 16, 2012! We’ll introduce your kids ages 8-13 to surface scuba with Aquarium dive staff in the Great Tide Pool. Come dive with us!
Much more than window cleaning: Our paid and volunteer staff make more than 4,200 dives annually. Check out our latest podcast!