Stoney Cove set for Scubapro day

Splash-in at the quarry with the latest gadgets and gizmos

Author: Pat
28th April 2012
 

Picture of Stoney Cove in Leicestershire

Inland diving centre Stoney Cove is gearing up for its first ever Scubapro Diving Day.

The former quarry in Leicestershire will play host to the popular major league manufacturer on Wednesday, May 2nd.

it makes sense to try before you buy

In these wallet-squeezing times we’re all being a bit more careful with our spending, so it makes sense to try before you buy.

And if you are specifically contemplating a bit of new Scubapro gear, the Diving Day could be for you.

Representatives from the company will be on site to help and advise. They’re also bringing a full complement of the latest gear with them.

As you’re no doubt aware, Scubapro makes a pretty full line. Visitors can get wet sporting everything from Seawing Nova fins to a Galileo computer.

Stoney Cove is open between 08:30 and 16:00 every day, and costs £17 for a day of diving. On the first Wednesday of each month, a second separate session runs between 18:00 and 21:00, at extra cost.

 
 
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