What’s hot at DIVE 2019?

What’s hot at DIVE 2019?

DIVE 2019 montage NEC

The UK’s biggest annual event for scuba divers, the NEC Birmingham Dive Show on 26/27 October, is fast approaching!

What’s hot at DIVE 2019? Don’t miss the chance to:

  • Check out a boat-load of recently-launched dive gear at the New Products Showcase
  • Catch the full-length screening of Sharkwater Extinction, ocean activist Rob Stewart’s final film
  • Discover more about technical diving in the TekDeck Theatre
  • Enter the FREE Grand Prize Draw to win an Indonesia Dive Trip worth £8000
  • WIN a highly-desirable Suunto Eon Steel dive computer in the FREE daily draw
  • Brush up on your underwater photo skills in the PhotoZone theatre
  • Sample the latest rebreathers in the TekPool
  • VOTE for your favourite diving images in the PhotoZone Prints Gallery
  • Admire the breath-hold skills of the NoTanx mermaids
  • Visit the Try-Dive pool and enjoy a FREE session under the expert guidance of the Sub-Aqua Association
  • DRINK UP the diving atmosphere in the British-themed bar

PLUS:

BRITISH ISLES EXPERIENCE …. OCEAN THEATRE …. CARIBBEAN VILLAGE …. ASIA-PACIFIC SHOWCASE …. TOP DIVING SPEAKERS INCLUDING MONTY HALLS, PAUL ROSE, CHRISTINE GROSART AND MARK POWELL …. 150-PLUS EXHIBITORS

DIVE 2019 opening times are 9.30-6.00 on Saturday 26 October and 9.30-5.00 on Sunday 27 October.

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Tickets cost just £9.50 per person if booked in advance (a saving of £5 off the on-the-day price of £14.50). And once you’ve purchased your ticket all the above activities are free to enjoy, so a day at the show represents great value for money! Children under 14 go free.

Book DIVE 2019 tickets here

DIVE 2019 is a DIVER Group event in association with Regaldive

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