Underwater World is the Philadelphia Region's Premier Scuba Shop and Training
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495 Easton Rd - Route 611 - Horsham PA 19044 - (215) 672-4180
STORE HOURS: Monday - Friday 11:00 - 8:00 · Saturday 10:00 - 6:00
Welcome to Underwater World!
We are the Philadelphia region's largest and most complete
Non-divers are always welcome!
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Q: Why have thousands of people chosen Underwater
World for all their Scuba Diving needs?
- Extensive inventory of Scuba Diving Equipment and the Best Prices in the Area
- Experienced Sales and Service Staff
- Trips and Travel Packages from the Jersey shore to the South Pacific
- Instructional Staff offering Scuba Diving Courses throughout
the Philadelphia Region and sponsored by NAUI, PADI, YMCA, & TDI
- Rental Department offers a large variety of dive equipment including tanks, regulators, buoyancy compensators, underwater scooters, cameras,
communications equipment, metal detectors, as well as snorkeling equipment.
- Underwater World is a proud member of the Delaware Valley Scuba Retailers Association,
Dive Equipment Marketing Association, National Association of Underwater Instructors, and the Professional
Association of Dive Instructors.
Call or Contact Us today for all your Scuba Diving needs!
WARNING: DIVING IS INHERENTLY FUN
Diving is a potentially fun activity. If practiced correctly, with proper training and preparation, it can expose a person
to considerable enjoyment.
The participant acknowledges that the activity of breathing compressed air in, on, or around any of the oceans, seas, lakes,
rivers, or streams on the planet Earth is potentially inspiring. Diving may result in a rush of adrenaline, strange feelings
of personal accomplishment and, in extreme cases, self-catharsis including, but not limited to, out-of-body experiences,
insights into the meaning of life, and ecological sagacity.
Scuba diving has been known to cause certain individuals to smile. Prolonged smiling may lead to laughter which can amplify
overall positive feelings and the sense of well-being.
Additional risks of diving include, but are not limited to: decreased stress, the chance to overcome personal fears, the
opportunity to meet interesting people, the chance to explore exotic locations, discover beautiful marine life, etc., etc.
By participating, the diver acknowledges and accepts the fun intrinsic to scuba diving. The participant is completely
responsible for any of the enjoyment encountered while engaged in the activity with respect to the warnings, guidelines,
and explanations contained herein.
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