Divescapes '09 is a Celebration of Everything Underwater and
your Opportunity to
DIVE INTO ADVENTURE!
The conference brings together divers &
underwater sport enthusiasts with dive retailers,
travel agents, tourism bureaus, resort and
charter operators in Western Canadaís largest
Scuba Conference & Exhibition.
The Divescapes Conference will be held OCTOBER 23 & 24, 2009 in CALGARY at the Executive Royal Inn, NW.
Tickets click here or on the invitation below!
This is a special event that usually doesn't happen this close to home!
AquaSport will have a booth there with store specials and new products. There will be free equipment seminars for both Oceanic and Zeagle equipment.
Other courses will be offered for a fee, such as, a PSI course, and Dan O2. For more information on how to get tickets or to see a list of all the presenters, exhibitors
and courses go to the Alberta Underwater Council's Divescapes website.
Keynote Speaker Jill Heinerth is well known in the diving industry.
She has been involved in the film industry working on many films including "The Cave" and "Journey
to the Center of the Earth". She has been inducted into the Women Diverís Hall of Fame
and holds various Scuba, Cave Diving, and Closed Circuit Rebreather instructor credentials.
1 week Dive & Accommodation Package from Divi Flamingo Resort, Bonaire
1 Dive Charter Package for Two from Ocean Quest Adventures, NFL
1 Week West Coast Dive Charter Package for Two
from Mamro Adventures
1 Day Dive Charter - 1st Diver Free, 2nd 50% off from Diver's Dream Charters, Anacortes, WA, USA
1 Day Dive Charter Package from Diver's Choice Charter's, Nanaimo, BC
1 Day Dive Charter Package from Tahtsa Diving Charters, Tahsis, BC
Mandy-Rae Cruikshank and Kirk Krack
Mandy-Rae Cruikshank and Kirk Krack, travel the world as Free Diving Coaches,
competitors and world record holders. Their skills were used in the production of the Oceanic
Preservation Society's documentary film "The Cove". They assisted in stealthily filming
an annual dolphin massacre in a secret cove in Taiji, Japan. Their presentation on Saturday will include their experiences during the making of