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WHY WEST END DIVING?

  • #1 in Experience Since 1960
  • #1 in MARES® Dive Gear
  • #1 in SCUBA Fun
  • Midwest's Largest Dive Center
  • Certification Issued Year Round 
  • Weather is Never a Problem 
  • One Price for the Entire Course!
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Dive the Biggest Treasure Hunt at Bonne Terre Mine June 10, 2017

Join us for our annual and largest ever Treasure Hunt. We'll have more vendors at the event than ever before. If you don't win their donated prize, you can take advantage of their event special pricing.
You'll dive twice and search for tokens in four different areas. Pup Morris will be providing live entertainment throughout the day. At the end of the day, we'll treat you to a BBQ and then hold our auction. Use your tokens to bid on thousands of dollars in donated dive resort trips, live aboard trips and dive gear.
This event is filling up FAST! Special Sunday Dives June 11th
 
As an added benefit, we are offering special Trail Dive pricing for Sunday. As a valued participant in Bonne Terre Mine's Treasure Dive, we are offering Sunday Trail Dives at $65.00 each with a 2 dive minimum. Registration Information Advance Registration is Required Limited Spaces available, so make your reservation now for the Bonne Terre Mine Treasure Hunt.

$149.00 Entry Fee Includes 2 dives, tanks, BBQ and t-shirt Rental gear available
Call Now 314-209-7200
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Bonne Terre Mine Named America's Best Underwater Attraction!

Chosen by readers of USA TODAY and 10Best! Click on the button below to view our feature on USAToday.com.
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HOW DO I LEARN TO SCUBA DIVE?

West End Diving Centers offers two formats. The Weekend Course, and the Week Night course. They are both designed to provide the best scuba instruction available. The Weekend Course meets for two weekends. The first weekend students complete pool and classroom work. The following weekend, the students go to the crystal clear waters of the Bonne Terre Mine to complete four open water dives.
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West End Diving’s world famous crystal clear waters of Bonne Terre Mine attract people from all around the world, including famed explorer Jacques Cousteau, National Geographic, People Magazine, Associated Press, Good Morning America, the St. Louis Post Dispatch, USA Today, CBS This Morning, Discovery Channel, The Learning Channel and many more!

BONNE TERRE MINE: MISSOURI'S BEST OPEN WATER DIVE LOCATION

Open water training is the most important aspect of becoming an certified diver. The conditions that students are exposed to during their first dives should be nothing short of excellent. Bonne Terre offers such excellent diving conditions, that 15,000 certified divers a year flock to West End Diving's "Billion Gallon Lake Resort" to participate in the adventure of diving the mine. Winter or Summer, West End Diving can guarantee our students 100 plus feet of visibility and a constant 62 degree temperature. These prime conditions allow students to concentrate on perfecting newly acquired skills.
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