Mar 20 (Wed) 6:30 – MDT Meeting: Freediving

Come to Gigglin’ Marlin Dive & Swim and learn about Freediving  from our PADI professional (and enthusiasts)!  We offer classes and we sell gear and accessories for this growing sport!


Next Class Dates:

Standard Class Schedule:  THUR 630pm-Class, FRI 630pm-Pool, SAT 9am-Blue Lagoon Lake


February 28, March 1, Mar 2

May 2, 3, 4 – Also, Marlin Dive Team Cinco de Mayo Campout Weekend!

June 20, 21, 22

July 11, 12, 13

August 15, 16, 17

September 19, 20, 21

October 24, 25, 26 – Also Marlin Dive Team Pumpkin Carving Contest & Campout!

April 20 (Saturday),10:30am – Join LifeWaters for a Discover Scuba!

LifeWaters Scuba program is designed to help improve the lives of our disabled Veterans by offering discover scuba and scuba certifications through Scuba Diving International (SDI) (Scubility Program) as part of recreational water therapy. The program is run by dedicated staff volunteers to include SCI therapists, doctors, nurses, veterans and civilians who are passionate about helping any disabled veteran learn scuba diving.

LifeWaters offers different services depending on your needs, desires, and skill level. We believe everyone can experience the beauty, serenity, and joy that diving can provide. Whether that is through our amputee scuba diving, disabled veteran scuba diving, or other scuba diving programs. We have the experience and passion help you succeed!

Please contact Tonya at 281-445-3483 if you would like to sign up!

If you are interested in becoming a Scubility Buddy to assist divers with disabilities, we offer this course also.  Next Class & Pool times are Saturday, March 9th, 2019 OR Saturday, March 30th.  Check out dives will be at 288 Lake on Sunday April 7, 2019.  Contact Tonya to sign up.

May 8 (Wednesday), 6:30 – MDT Meeting: Diving the Cenotes in Mexico

Come join our dive team for a meeting about diving the Cenotes in Mexico!  Cenotes are sinkholes that form when limestone collapses and leaves a hole (many times with gorgeous turquoise-colored water) in the earth.  These beautiful pools of water can be open or covered and are fascinating to explore! The Yucatan Peninsula houses over 6,000 cenotes – many of which were used by the Mayans as water sources or for sacrificial offerings – so it’s a history lesson and adventure all in one!  Dos Ojos and Cenote Calavera (aka Temple of Doom) in Tulum are some of the most popular dive sites, but you can also snorkel in the water or just explore many of the caves on foot.