795 Route 109
Cape May, New Jersey 08204
Please park in front. For your convenience, Air, Paint Ball, Nitrox fills are in rear of shop.
Please, NO TANKS in the store.
Goggle map directions to Atlantic Divers
Main Route Directions
From the North Take the Garden State Parkway south to Exit 0, Stay in left lane on the Parkway for U-Turn, Make a U-Turn and Atlantic Divers /Sea Gear Outfitters is on your right next to the Shell station. Look for the Dive Flag!.
Pools we use for training:
3118 Bayshore Avenue Brigantine, NJ 08203Google map directions to Brigantine Aquatics Center
Follow the White Horse Pike (Route 30) East toward Atlantic City.
Turn slight left onto Atlantic City Express-Brigantine Connection.
Turn slight right onto NJ-87/Brigantine Boulevard Bridge
Stay straight to go onto County Hwy-638/Atlantic Brigantine Blvd.
Enter roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto Bayshore Ave.
The aquatic center is on your right on the corner of 32nd and Bayshore Avenue
George Hess Educational Complex Pool
IMPORTANT !!! Enter Pool through the main entrance stay left. Pool is in back. Enter through the School Entrance only. Park in the designated parking locations only. Do not park on grass or in reserved parking spaces.
Cape May County Museum
504 Rt. 9 N, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210 · (609) 465-3535
Boats and Dive Sites
|Atlantic City in the 1900's|
(Barnegat, N.J.): Take Rt. 72 east (exit 63 from the Garden State Parkway) continue to the end. Make a left onto LBI Blvd. and travel approximately 8.5 miles to 19th St. in Barnegat Light. Follow this to the Stop sign on Bay Ave and make a right. Dina Dee is located at 6th Street Marina, Slip #7.
(Halifax, Nova Scotia) These spacious dive vessels are equipped for commercial and sport diving expeditions. Halifax diving is a great wreck diving experience for the novice and the seasoned North Atlantic diver. Contact the shop for information.
Captain Chuck O'Donnell located at Bree-Zee-Lee Yacht Basin
This newly outfitted fast spacious 38 foot Gloucester boat will venture to all the popular inshore Cape May wrecks and lobster snags. Cape May wreck diving's most popular captain.
Captain Chuck O'Donnell
This 36 foot turbo charged, Linda Beall hull speeds divers to all inshore and offshore wrecks off Cape May. Now leaving out of Fisherman's Alley in Sea Isle City, New Jersey
(Brielle, N.J.) Let Captain Al Pyatak will take you to your diving adventure. This custom 36 foot Maine Coaster visits all the popular wrecks off Manasquan Inlet and in the Mud Hole.
The legendary Captain George Hoffman
raising a bell on Sea Lion.
Grand Adventure Virginia Beach, Virginia
Grand Adventure is a custom built, 50′, 39 ton, Rodriguez boat, equipped with a full galley, mess deck, bunk room, two heads, air conditioning and a wide spacious cock-pit to fulfill group needs. The deck area is wide, spacious and is covered with a large custom-built canopy, that provides protection from the hot summer sun. This vessel is equipped with the most current and cutting-edge safety equipment including, oxygen for diving operations. Not to exclude an amazing existing electronics package, with some newer and more modern electronics having been added.
Captain Matthew Morrison
RV Explorer II Captain Rustin Cassway
Offshore Cape May Wreck Diving.
Located at Utche's Marina
|Original RV Explorer|
Quarry Directions and Fees