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Dive Events and Locations

Dive with us both locally and abroad!

At Scuba Training and Technology we dive all over Arizona, Nevada, and California.  We do both beach entry dives and boat dives from our vessel  the R/V Explorer.  Dive sites range in depth from 15 feet to over 300 feet.

Lake Havasu Scuba Diving

Lake Havasu is actually the Colorado River.  The Lake Havasu part runs from the California / Arizona border at Route 40 all the way down to the Parker Dam.

In Lake Havasu, we have dozens of dive sites that can be visited by divers either from beach access or by boat. Visibility ranges throughout the year from 10-50 feet with water temperatures from the mid 50’s to as high as 85′ in the peak of summer.

Popular Dive Sites

  • Friendly IsleAugust 22, 2014 - 12:34 pm

    Location: This small cove is located on the east side of the lake Description: similar to Copper Canyon in many respects, it doesn’t have nearly as much boat traffic. Lots of fish habitat here along the red rock walls of the cove. Coordinates: 34.413141, -114.289239

  • Victoria CliffsJanuary 13, 2014 - 8:17 am

    Location: This is a special site only accessible by boat off the south east corner of the island south of the Nautical Island Golf Club. Description: It has sheer walls ranging from 10-40 feet deep. It runs about a half mile long and has ledges, boulders, some swim throughs and a few small boats as […]

  • User commentsCopper CanyonDecember 16, 2011 - 1:07 am

    Location: Located in a cove on the west side of the lake, this very popular destination accessed only by boat. The cove is a no wake zone and an emergency boat traffic corridor is temporarily in place during holiday weekends. Anchor mooring is typical, but you can also secure to trees lining the hard rock […]

  • Paddle Wheel WreckDecember 16, 2011 - 1:06 am

    Location: This site is in Skier’s Cove and is also known as Miller’s Folly. Description: In the early days of partying on the lake this double-decker paddle wheeler was where all the cool-kids would rock it out. Now, years later it sits in 25 feet of water right across from Site 6. Point your boat’s […]

  • Site 5December 16, 2011 - 12:59 am

    Location: This site is on the island in a small cove that is accessible by car located adjacent to Site 6 Launch Ramp. Description: Here you will find a great area to train and practice diving. Underwater you will find two sail boats, a small tri-hull, submarine, truck, and other surprises. The whole site is […]

Instructors & Courses

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Our principal instructors,  Kathy Weydig, Joel Silverstein, and Scott Monnier are Instructor Trainers to all levels of diving.  Each has their own areas of expertise and there is no doubt you will get exposed to each of them during your training.

If you have never dived before then we start at the beginning with the Open Water Scuba Diver Course this is the base learning all divers go through but is probably the most important.  When you have a great experience in the beginning the rest of your diving is always so much more enjoyable.  In this class you will learn about scuba diving, the equipment, how to use it safely and how to have fun with diving.

After the Scuba Diver course, most people spend a little time diving and acquiring their own gear and then move into the Advanced Open Water course where they spend more time learning about navigation, limited visibility diving, boat diving, etc.

From there you move on to a variety of specialties for recreational and technical diving, leadership and public service diving. Whatever you goal for your diving the trainers at STT Inc. can help you get there.

Our class calendar is very flexible and accommodating to a busy person’s schedule. Give us a call or stop in and we will be happy to discuss your training needs.  We issue certifications through a variety of training agencies. Each has their specific areas of expertise.

 

Local Diving Events

  • Annual Turkey Dive - NovemberAnnual Turkey DiveFebruary 24, 2014 - 2:35 pm

    Thursday morning is the Annual Turkey Dive. 9 am at Site 5. Get your gear and come out for a quick dive. Find the rubber chicken and be a winner. See you then……. Happy Thanksgiving!

  • Annual Pumpkin CarvingAnnual Underwater Pumpkin CarvingFebruary 24, 2014 - 2:32 pm

    Sunday – Tomorrow – 9 am — Site 5 Underwater Pumpkin Carving — bring your pumpkin and carving tools!

  • Annual Underwater Channel CleanupAnnual Underwater Channel CleanupFebruary 24, 2014 - 2:29 pm

    DIVE LIKE MIKE Day Saturday morning, Lake Havasu Divers Association with 19 divers spent a total of 15 and a half hours underwater cleaning the Bridgewater Channel from the London Bridge south to Thompson Bay. We renamed the event DIVE LIKE MIKE in honor of Mike Riddle who passed away this week and was a […]

  • 4th Annual Copper Canyon Underwater CleanupAnnual Copper Canyon Underwater CleanupFebruary 24, 2014 - 2:24 pm

    Today, twenty three divers spent four hours from 7-11am and over 34 hours of bottom time in Copper Canyon picking up the trash underwater. The members of Lake Havasu Divers Association, with assistance from BLM, Scuba Training & Technology, Inc, USCG Auxiliary, Vessel Assist, Donut Post, Romer Beverage and the Lake Havasu Sea Scouts, recovered […]

  • Annual Geocaching Dive EventAnnual Underwater GeocachingFebruary 24, 2014 - 2:20 pm

    This month we will get out of the conference room and into the lake. We will hold this month’s meeting as a Diving Session at Site 5. Plan to be in the water by 6:00 PM Underwater Geocaching — bring something to put in our FIRST geocache. Don’t for get your dive gear ! Post […]

  • Annual Turkey Dive - NovemberAnnual Frozen Fin DiveFebruary 24, 2014 - 2:09 pm

    K folks … just a few more days to the Annual Frozen Fin Dive — January 1 – 10:00 am at Site 5 … get to the dive shop before 3pm on the 31st for air fills! This year bring a dive buddy and have them join the fun!

Dive Event Information

Site 5 – Dive Club Party

Save the Date – Sunday March 16th, 10 AM– Divers needed to look for fresh water mussels at Site 5 for Arizona Game and Fish Scientist. Dave Cotner found a large (3 inch long) mussel there during our Annual Turkey Dive, he gave it to Suzie from Game & Fish, which passed it twice to Terry, who would like us to look for one that is still alive to get a DNA sample. Shall we bbq afterwards?!?!

North Channel Underwater Cleanup Dive

Mark your calendar- Cleaning North side this year!

7th Annual Under the London Bridge- Bridgewater Channel Cleanup – Saturday, October 18th 0630-noon -Underwater clean up of the North side of the Channel from Windsor 4- State Park to the London Bridge. Briefing at 6:30 am.