Dive centre aims to make a splash
Published: 25 Jan 2013 09:300 comments
The store and training centre has operated in Bracknell since 1995 but will make the move to Brookers Corner, taking over the premises formerly known as Past And Present.
Divecrew chief instructor Terry Sands said: "We are really delighted with the move as the new premises provide the high-profile and high-quality facilities that we demand for all our customers.
"Crowthorne is a great location and we already use Wellington College Pool on a regular basis so we are really looking forward to being part of the Crowthorne community."
Divecrew operates a PADI five-star instructor development centre which covers Berkshire, Hampshire, Surrey, Middlesex and the Chilterns. It caters for a wide range of water activities that include: retail for water sports, snorkelling, scuba diving and escorted scuba holidays all over the world.
Staff also provide scuba diver training, diver rental equipment and scuba diving equipment servicing. Mr Sands added: "Teaching young and old from absolute beginner to scuba diving instructors, Divecrew have a long history of top quality diver education."
The new centre will stock products from ScubaPro, Aqualung, Fourth Element, O'Neil, Zoggs, Aquasphere, Shark Skin and more, and will hold its public open weekend on Saturday-Sunday, March 2-3, 10am-6pm.
Contact Divecrew on 01344 454245 or see www.divecrew.co.uk
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