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Training

At Oceanic Ventures, we like to say that if it is taught in SCUBA, we teach it.™  We offer courses for all levels of divers from people just getting started to experienced divers with … [Read More...]

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Travel

Diving is all about the experience and dive travel is truly an experience not to be missed. When you think back on why you started diving, chances are it was your desire to explore the … [Read More...]

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Special Events

 Club Aquarius Social Club July 23   Traveling Around the World - Borneo and More with Photographer, Donna Collins What:          Guest Speaker - Donna … [Read More...]

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Equipment

  At Oceanic Ventures we believe in safety with value and benefits for our diving clients.  With this in mind, we have selected to represent equipment manufacturers who have a … [Read More...]

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Rebreather Systems

  Rebreathers are the hottest thing in diving today.  They allow you to stay underwater longer, go deeper while maximizing your decompression time and get close to animals like … [Read More...]

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Staff

Our Staff is composed of people with many disciplines and backgrounds. But, they have one goal— to help you love diving as much as they do! At Oceanic Ventures, we want to make your scuba … [Read More...]

Our Most Recent Blog Posts and News

Scuba Diving, Wine and Steaks at…

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Remember, diving in Texas is a barbecue interrupted by diving. I like to say diving in Texas is a barbecue interrupted by … [Read More...]

New Scuba Diving Instructors…

New Scuba Diving Instructors John Davis, Joe Henry, Joel Hershey and Steve Soulen. Also Pictured are Ann Keibler, Eric Keibler and Alex Witschey

Hear Ye, Hear Ye, Hear Ye!  Let it be known that Oceanic Ventures Has Four New Scuba Diving Instructors! After a lot of … [Read More...]

Rebreather Scuba Diving – The…

Erin on a Sentinel Rebreather

I am often asked why I prefer to dive a rebreather over open-circuit scuba.  My reasons are mixed and sometimes maybe a little … [Read More...]