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Kingston Waters Cleanup 2023

(May 10th, 2023) With only one month to go before our big annual cleanup dive, we are excited to announce a new location for our event. We are glad to welcome the Pump House Museum as a partner in this event, and we will be cleaning up the shoreline, above and below water, in front of the Pump House Museum, Saturday, June 10th 2023. Click here to register!

We Are Open For Business

(November 4th, 2022) The dive shop is now open! We are located at 53 Yonge St, Kingston, ON. Our main entrance is located on the South side of the building, towards the waterfront. We are open 5 days a week, from Tuesday to Saturday inclusively, throughout Winter. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram!

Grand Opening Weekend

(October 25th, 2022) It is now official! We are opening our doors on Friday, November 4th, 2022! Come visit us over the weekend to see our brand new Dive Centre. Door prizes and many other surprises! Check our event on Facebook!

Snorkeling Tours Delayed

(July 1st, 2022) Due to circumstances outsite of our control, the start of our snorkeling tours on the shipwreck of the HMS Princess Charlotte have been delayed for this season. We are sincerely sorry for the incovenience. We are hoping to be able to start the tours in a very near future.

Dive Against Debris - Kingston - 2022

Neptune & Salacia Diving has partnered once again with the Museum of the Great Lakes in Kingston and Swim Drink Fish for another Edition of Dive Against Debris® - Kingston, with a cleanup of over 800 kg around the Gord Downie Memorial Pier.

Dive Against Debris - Kingston - 2021

Kingston, ON - Oct 9th, 2021  -  Neptune & Salacia Diving partnered up with the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes in Kingston, Swim Drink Fish, Sandy Pines Wildlife Centre and Turtles Kingston for its first ever Dive Against Debris®. Divers have a proud history of removing rubbish from the oceans, rivers and lakes, but despite our best efforts the trash keeps piling up. Hence the importance to stay involved with cleanup dives!