Saturday, March 5 · 6:00pm - 9:00pm
1510 North Avenue of the Stars, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Michael Berg 727 278 6540, Felicia Berg 727 492 7288
DIVE DISNEY’S Epcot Living Seas in a private group with your hosts Michael & Felicia Berg.
All inclusive price is only $150. (this means equipment even mask is included)
Proceeds go to support Wildlife Conservation so you are also diving for a great cause. This trip may also be tax deductible (Consult your tax preparer)
*All diving equipment is provided including a wetsuit. Please bring a swim suit and, if you wish, bring your own dive mask.... *No personal scuba equipment other than a mask is allowed.
25’ maximum depth
Perfect for ANY diver - Only basic Open-Water certification is needed
water temperature is a constant 78-80 degrees
Qualifies for NAVIGATION Specialty checkout dive!
Space is limited to 10 divers so reserve your spot now before this trip fills up. Once we have 10 spots filled you will have to wait for another trip.
*Full Non-Refundable payment is due at booking to reserve your spot.
About 1 hour and 15 minutes from Tampa
**IF THERE ARE NOT THE REQUIRED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS (Minimum of 7) THEN THIS TRIP WILL BE RESCHEDULED FOR A LATER DATE
Call us to reserve your space & get payment details.
Additional Information from Disney:
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 representing over 60 species—including sea turtles, angelfish, dolphins, eagle rays and sharks.
All Guests must be SCUBA certified and at least 10 years of age to participate. Guests ages 10 to 14 require a SCUBA-certified adult to accompany them.
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 man-made ocean flourishing with life.
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