Dive season isn't over yet, the lake stay warm into October. Come join us!
We believe in diving whenever possible and that is what our Sunday Fun Dives are all about! The more you dive, the better your skills get. You will also meet other divers in the area, make new buddies, and discover new dive sites!
This dive series is free of charge and divers of all levels are invited to join us. We just ask that you tip the Divemasters who dedicate their time to this.
We are now capping the size of our Sunday Fun Dive gatherings to 8 people each week, so please call the shop to reserve a spot. Then all you need to do is have your own gear and show up! Should you need to rent any gear, it can be arranged with the scuba shop.
Each week we will decide on a location based on feedback from previous weeks so be sure to check back often or follow the event on our Facebook page to keep up with the details for each Sunday.
As you meet new divers at the Sunday Fun Dives, join our Dive Buddies Group on Facebook and meet up with divers on any day of the week!
As a Kraken Scuba event, we promise to have a Kraken Divemaster or Instructor present at each event to help out where needed.
As we don't charge for for the event, these professionals are diving on their own time so please be sure to tip them for the help they provide you.
Located near Diamond Point, just north of Lake George Village. This is our home base and favorite place to dive. A great spot for beginners and an easy spot for experienced divers to just play and practice buoyancy.
There is a $10 day-use to be at the campground, unless you are camping and check-in at the booth is at 9am. Please DO NOT go in early and go paste the booth without paying.
Located in Pittsfield, MA with access points near the State Boat Launch. Diving conditions are very similar to Lake George, with a lot more rock formations that are very cool.
Please be aware that diving is not allowed near a boat launch, we enter far to the left of the launch and stay on that side of the lake for safety reasons.
Located at the end of Shelving Rock Rd in Lake George, this dive site is not easily accessible. A unique rock wall awaits those who dive this location and it is quiet area that can be very beautiful in the off season.
You must arrive early in the morning to get a parking spot and then back-pack your gear to the water and back. It is down hill to the water and back up that hill with all your wet gear to the car.
Located in the Great Sacandaga Lake, this dive site provide the opportunity to see an old car bridge that is left from the old town.
Visibility is extremely poor with limited light and high particulate. Caution must be taken around the bridge, penetration is not allowed.