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Dive Rite

Dive Rite was established in 1984 by Lamar Hires and Mark Leonard; two underwater cave explorers and cave diving instructors from North Florida. In the 1970's and early 80's, technical diving gear was virtually non-existent. Most cave divers made their own gear or adapted ocean diving gear to fit the cave environment. Lamar and Mark changed that and began the first technical dive gear company in existence. Pioneering products such as the Classic wing and the canister light, they introduced to the scuba industry the very first products designed for underwater exploration. In 1991, Dive Rite became the first manufacturer to launch a user programmable Nitrox computer called the "Bridge." In 1996, Dive Rite revolutionised the dive industry with the launch of the TransPac harness. Since those early days, Dive Rite has grown from thirteen products to over three hundred products. In 1997 Lamar Hires bought the company and has grown the company from a fledgling, North Florida dive gear company to a worldwide dive equipment manufacturer with distribution in 68 countries all over the world. More than thirty years after the first primary dive reel was sold, their pioneering spirit continues with the innovation and quality that goes into each and every product. Dive Rite has a proud history of supporting dive exploration, conservation and education, putting them in the unique position as a leader in the worldwide technical diving marketplace.

Dive Training

Dive Training

Training is very important to all the team at Go Dive and we are proud to be a 5* PADI Instructor Development Centre. We offer all levels of diver training to help you on your diving adventure from beginner to PADI Professional and beyond.

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Servicing

Servicing

Regular servicing of your diving equipment is important to ensure safe and reliable performance and to ensure the equipment lasts as long as possible. We will ensure that your equipment is properly maintained and ready for your next underwater adventure wherever that may be.

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